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Two gigs…

one weekend of great music. That’s what we had over the last couple of days at Shakespeares. It began in fine style on Saturday night in the Bard’s Bar with King Quentin, The Sea Whores and The Ragged Edge, followed by a delightful afternoon in the beer garden yesterday with M&J Blues, Steve Chapman Smith, Big Convoy, Luke Whittemore and Andy P. Davison. Thanks to all involved and all who joined us to listen.

The next WagonWheel Presents… show is on Tuesday September 8th when we welcome The Rosellys and Mat Wale & Friends to The Greystones. You can read a full preview for the show here. Maybe you’ll join us too?

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Back to it…

Well Tramlines seems like an age ago, but WagonWheel Presents… finally returns to action this weekend with a double header of shows at Shakespeares. Saturday night it’s our usual haunt of the Bard’s Bar for our last Saturday of the month show with King Quentin, The Sea Whores and The Ragged Edge. On Sunday we take to the beer garden for an afternoon show with M&J Blues, Steve Chapman Smith, Big Convoy (acoustic), Luke Whittemore and Andy P. Davison.

Entry to Sunday’s show is free and the music starts at 3pm. Saturday night will cost you just £4 (or £3 & a bit if you buy in advance) and doors open 8pm. The respective previews for these shows can be found here and here.

Our next stop at The Greystones is on Tuesday September 8th with The Rosellys + Mat Wale & Friends. You can read all about this one here.

That leaves us with the following confirmed dates to see out 2015:

M.G. Boulter + Garforth & Myers + Arcana Valley @ Shakespeares, Thurs Oct 22nd

Case Hardin + Dennis Ellsworth + E.R. Thorpe @ Shakespeares, Sat Oct 31st

Wild Ponies @ The Greystones, Weds Nov 11th

Quiet Loner + Joe Solo @ The Greystones, Weds Nov 18th

Roaming Son + The Fargo Railroad Co. + The Black Thunder Revue @ Shakespeares, Sat Nov 28th

Fingers crossed for sunshine on Sunday (we’ll be inside if not). Maybe we’ll see you there?

 

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plenty of rain, a slight change of plan, but our Tramlines show at Shakespeares yesterday still delivered 14 great acts over 2 stages that all added up to 1 pretty damned fine day. Big thanks to Neil McSweeney, Ash Gray & Couch Fire, Mat Wale & Friends, Walton Hesse, Joe Solo, Anytown, The Janskys, Pete David (The Payroll Union), Robert Chaney, Pete Gow (Case Hardin), Richard Kitson, E.R. Thorpe, William Barstow, Blue Rooster and everybody that came along throughout a very busy day and made it a special one.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to action in our regular monthly Saturday slot at Shakespeares on August 29th when we’lll be in the company of King Quentin, The Sea Whores and The Ragged Edge. More details can be found on the Gigs page. We hope you can join us then.

Don’t forget you can keep up to date with the latest gig news on our Facebook page where you’ll also find a few more photos from yesterday.

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Tractor day?

There is no tractor day in Sheffield. Instead we have an annual Otis Gibbs day. It works a little something like this. You bring your favourite Otis Gibbs to town. He’ll sing a few songs. Tell a few stories. Everybody has a mighty fine time. That’s pretty much how things went down at The Greystones last night. Thanks to all the nice folks that came along, Otis, and Adrian Bates for opening the show. Keep your eyes peeled for Otis Gibbs day 2016.

WagonWheel Presents… has got plenty more of the good stuff to come before then though. Not least the small matter of a 14 act Tramlines special at Shakespeares on Sunday July 26th. If you like the sound of hearing Neil McSweeney, Ash Gray & Couch Fire, Mat Wale & Friends, Walton Hesse, Joe Solo, Anytown, The Janskys, Pete David (The Payroll Union), Robert Chaney, Pete Gow (Case Hardin), Richard Kitson, E.R. Thorpe, William Barstow and Blue Rooster all for absolutely free, then take a look here for full details. The show will start at 3pm and you don’t need any fancy wristband, just bring your ears and enjoy. We’ll see you then?

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was more like 100° Rock ‘n’ Roll last night, but Roaming Son‘s new EP Blood On My Hands was well and truly launched at The Greystones. Big thanks to them and who came along as well as Boss Caine and The Wandering Daughters for their fine opening sets.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Backroom on Wednesday night, July 15th, when we welcome Otis Gibbs back to Sheffield. Support comes from Adrian Bates. You can read the full preview for this show here. We hope you can join us too.

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are three times the fun as proved to the case again at Shakespeares last night. Thanks go to The Clench, The Fargo Railroad Co., Broken Flowers and all who were there to enjoy three fine sets with us.

There a slight change to the usual plan next month as the last weekend in July means it’s Tramlines. We’ll be at Shakespeares on Sunday July 26th with two stages of music starting from 3pm. Keep an eye on our Gigs page and our Facebook page where we’ll be posting details of our line up later today.

We’ve still two shows to come at The Greystones before then though, we’ll be keeping the live music going for the other 51 weeks of the year too. Next up it’s Roaming Son with support from Boss Caine on Friday July 10th. Full details for this one can be found here. See you there?

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i’m not sure who’d come out on top in that brawl. The only winners last night were those who helped fill The Greystones for a delightful evening with the Good Lovelies and Paul McClure who opened the show. Thanks to them and all who came along.

We’re next in The Backroom on Friday July 10th with Roaming Son and Boss Caine. You can find full details of this show here.

Our next show however sees us back at Shakespeares tomorrow night and certainly sees us finish off our June shows with a bang. From 8pm you can come and fill your ears with the sounds of The Clench, The Fargo Railroad Co. and Broken Flowers. A full preview is here. We hope you can join us there.

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