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and it was quite a way to do it. We said it would be something different, and that certainly proved to be the case. Thanks to everybody that joined us for Quiet Loner‘s performance of The Battle For The Ballot, and some fine opening words from Kevin Titterton.

We’re back at The Greystones in March, for our second WagonWheel Weekend, that features 5 shows over 3 days including Rod Picott, Boss Caine, The Fargo Railroad Co., The Lucky Strikes, Franc Cinelli, Andy P. Davison, M&J Blues, Southern Tenant Folk Union, Paul Handyside, A Prayer Away, Charlie Tophill and John Batchelor. Tickets are on sale now.

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many better ways to round off another year of shows, and indeed 11 years of promoting, than an evening with the fabulous Wild Ponies and a fine contribution from Mat Wale who opened the show at The Greystones yesterday. Another great night, big thanks to everybody that was part of it.

WagonWheel Presents… will be back for more in 2018, keep an eye on the website for updates, sign up for the mailing list, or join us on the Twitter, Facebook or Instagrams for the very latest news.

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and four times the fun. Fantastic night with Jody Davies, Andy P. Davison, Richard Kitson and Ryan Farmer playing in the round at Shakespeares last night. We were expecting something special and they more than delivered that. Big thanks to them and everybody that made it along, if you didn’t you really don’t know what you missed.

WagonWheel Presents… heads to The Greystones on Monday night for the final time in 2017. We’re excited for the return of Wild Ponies, support from Mat Wale and it’s our 11th birthday too. Full details can be found here, we hope you can join us then.

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Hard Feelings when a band “pulls something out of the back catalogue” for a run of tour dates. So good to hear Oil & Rain in a fine, fine set from Case Hardin at Shakespeares on Thursday night, which rounded off a great night of music following Paul McClure and A Prayer Away. Thanks to them and those that made it out to support live music.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to Shakespeares on Saturday October 28th for another special show. We’ll be joined by Jody Davies, Richard Kitson, Andy P. Davison and Ryan Farmer who’ll be playing “in the round”. Full details can be found here. Maybe we’ll see you there too?

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a better night than one M&J duo? Two M&J duos of course. Amazing show as always from Josh Harty at The Greystones last night, complete with some guest guitar from Sheffield slinger Mark Lyall, a really special “i was there” one off. Superb opening from M&J Blues once again too. Thanks to them and Josh and you if you were there.

We’ll be back at The Greystones on October 30th with Wild Ponies and Mat Wale (details here), but next for WagonWheel Presents… we return to Shakespeares tomorrow night in the company of Case Hardin, Paul McClure and A Prayer Away. More good times await, a full preview can be found here, we hope you can join us then.

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on a rather high note, stunning sets from Chris Pureka and Stoney last night at The Greystones brought the month to a close. Thanks to them and everyone who came along.

WagonWheel Presents… returns for four shows in October, the first of which sees us return to The Backroom on Tuesday October 10th with Josh Harty plus M&J Blues. Full details for this show can be found here, we hope you can join us then or at one of these.

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referred to “a colossal triple bill”, and i think last night went some way to proving that right. Massive thanks to The Fargo Railroad Co., The Sea Whores, MG Boulter and everybody who helped fill The Greystones. A great night i hope you’d agree.

WagonWheel Presents… is back in action on Wednesday September 27th when we return to the same venue for the Sheffield debut of Chris Pureka. Completing the line up for what promises to be another special night will be Stoney. Full details are here, hope you can join us then.

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