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a bad way to spend a Sunday, was it? Thanks to everybody that came out to our Tramlines show at Shakespeares yesterday. Was nice to see lots of faces around for most (and some for all) of the day. We’re pretty sure you all enjoyed it as much as we did. Big thanks of course as well to The Fargo Railroad Co., Stoney, The Payroll Union, Paul McClure, Walton Hesse, Tom Baxendale, Coma Girls, Boss Caine, The Ragged Edge, David Venn, The Clench, Bob Collum, The Sea Whores and Roaming Son for the fine entertainment. 2017 would have a lot to follow…

WagonWheel Presents… regular shows are here all year round though and we return to The Greystones on Wednesday August 3rd in the company of Curtis Eller’s American Circus. Those lovely Silver Darlings will be along to open the show too. You can find full details here. Maybe we’ll see you then too?

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That’s another year of WagonWheel shows all done. Big thanks to Big Convoy, King Quentin, David Venn and all who came along to Shakespeares last night for our 250th show. We’ll be back in February making a start on the next 250 with our WagonWheel Weekend at The Greystones. Details are here on the Gigs page. See you then?

WWP 17.12.15

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rolled in to Shakespeares last night for our penultimate show of the year and certainly didn’t disappoint. Big thanks to Roaming Son, The Fargo Railroad Co. and The Black Thunder Revue for three storming sets and to all who came along.

WagonWheel Presents… returns for the final time in 2015 at Shakespeares on Thursday December 17th. Joining us to see the year out will be Big Convoy, King Quentin and David Venn. Advance tickets are available here. Then that will be all from us until next year’s WagonWheel Weekend at The Greystones in February. Five gigs in three days? Ticket choices can be found here.

See you next time?

WWP 28.11.15

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On Sunday July 24th, WagonWheel Presents… hosts our 4th annual Tramlines show at Shakespeares. Once again we’ll have live music across two stages starting from 3pm. Joining us in the Bard’s Bar will be The Fargo Railroad Co., The Payroll Union, Walton Hesse, Coma Girls, The Ragged Edge, The Clench and The Sea Whores, whilst the Stable Yard will see performances from Stoney, Paul McClure, Tom Baxendale, Boss Caine, David Venn, Bob Collum and Roaming Son who get the day under way with a rare acoustic set. Entry is free all day, no wristband required.

 

***THE FARGO RAILROAD CO.*** : 10.15pm Bard’s Bar

Fargo

One of Sheffield’s hottest live acts with a glorious mix of Americana & Southern Rock.

http://www.facebook.com/FargoRailroadCompany

 

***THE PAYROLL UNION*** : 8.55pm Bard’s Bar

Payroll

Sheffield based Americana band with an obsession for American history, inspired by country, rock ‘n’ roll and southern gothic.

http://www.thepayrollunion.com

 

***WALTON HESSE*** : 7.50pm Bard’s Bar

Walton Hesse

Psychedelic Cosmic Alt-Country from Manchester, following last year’s duo show the full six piece band return to our Tramlines stage.

http://www.facebook.com/waltonhesse

 

***COMA GIRLS*** : 6.45pm Bard’s Bar

Coma Girls

Like all good stories, Coma Girls history is a healthy mixture of fact, half-truths and almost fiction. Think Springsteen, Tom Petty, Baseball.

http://www.facebook.com/ComaGirls

 

***THE RAGGED EDGE*** : 5.40pm Bard’s Bar

Ragged Edge

The Ragged Edge are singer/songwriter Tim Fletcher’s country/folk ensemble, adding lead guitar, cello and fiddle in to the mix of his solo/acoustic material.

http://soundcloud.com/the-ragged-edge

 

***THE CLENCH*** : 4.35pm Bard’s Bar

The Clench

Cowboy tinged rock ‘n’ roll from Sheffield whiskey fuelled six piece.

http://www.facebook.com/TheClench

 

***THE SEA WHORES*** : 3.30pm Bard’s Bar

Sea Whores

Cinematic musical landscape of old world folk and modern mysteries of love, lust and obsession.

http://www.facebook.com/tswleeds

 

***STONEY*** : 9.30pm Stable Yard

Stoney

Alternative singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, usually found somewhere between Austin, Texas and Sheffield.

http://www.facebook.com/stoneystuff

 

***PAUL McCLURE*** : 8.25pm Stable Yard

Paul McClure

The Rutland Troubadour, supreme story teller with songs full of brutally honest lyrics and wit.

http://www.facebook.com/paulmccluremusic

 

***TOM BAXENDALE*** : 7.20pm Stable Yard

Tom Baxendale

Singer/songwriter with combined elements of alt-country, new wave, rockabilly, pre-Beatles pop and post-Dylan Americana.

http://tombaxendale.com

 

***BOSS CAINE*** : 6.15pm Stable Yard

Boss Caine

‘Yorkshire Cowboy’ – Daniel Lucas, a man whose ‘voice makes Louis Armstrong sound kinda girly’.

http://www.facebook.com/bosscaine

 

***DAVID VENN*** : 5.10pm Stable Yard

David Venn

Electric singer/songwriter with a great Paul Westerberg/The Replacements vibe.

http://www.facebook.com/david.venn.98

 

***BOB COLLUM*** : 4.05pm Stable Yard

Bob Collum

An American in London(ish) offering power pop influenceD Alt-Country.

http://www.bobcollum.com

 

***ROAMING SON*** : 3pm Stable Yard

Roaming Son

Sheffield’s 100% rock ‘n’ rollers offer something a little different with a rare acoustic set.

http://www.facebook.com/roamingsonuk

 

Facebook Event page:

http://www.facebook.com/events/1743790989238098

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On Thursday December 17th, WagonWheel Presents… heads to Shakespeares for the final time in 2015 and what will be our 250th show. Joining us to see the year out will be Big Convoy, King Quentin and singer/songwriter David Venn who opens the show. Advance tickets priced at £3 are available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/338187 or entry on the night will be £4. Doors open 8pm.

 

***BIG CONVOY***

Big Convoy Band

From the ashes of ‘Mat Wale & The Rackets’ and ‘Whiskey Cove’ comes Big Convoy, an Alt. Country band five years in the making. Comprised of singer/ songwriters John Bachelor and Mat Wale drummer Tom Hudson.

If you would have walked into ‘The Green Room’ any time in 2007, you could have found Mat and John playing songs and partying harder than any jobbing unsigned musicians had a right to. In 2012, with a lot of water under the bridge and whole lot of other stuff too, they finally come good on promises made and are in a band together, a year that also saw them release their self titled debut EP which was followed up with 2013′s “Life Is Easy When You Know How” and 2014′s mini album “The First World Problems Of Big Convoy”.

http://www.facebook.com/bigconvoyband

 

***KING QUENTIN***

King Quentin New

Original members Jody Davies (also of The Fargo Railroad Co.) and Harry Steele met in 2002 and (after Harry convinced Jo to let him cut his hair) began writing music together in 2003. Jo sings and plays guitar while Harry plays the drums or the occasional home made cajon. Two full length albums have been recorded. King Quentin exist to remind people what music is all about: emotion and memory making. There are no delusions of grandeur, just authentic and honest lyrics and good music. Once described by Sheffield’s then premier music magazine, Sandman, as “a slice of raw magic”. King Quentin have been described as having a Country and Americana sound with bluegrass influences.

http://kingquentin.bandcamp.com/

 

Facebook Event page:

http://www.facebook.com/events/709385289163674/

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