Posts Tagged ‘Grassoline’

in to another year of shows. Thanks to those who braved the weather to enjoy an evening at Shakespeares with us that surely would have warmed the coldest of cockles. Richard Kitson, Tom Baxendale, Blue Rooster and Growin’ Al Gordon provided a great introduction to 2015 for WagonWheel Presents…

Next we return to The Greystones on Tuesday February 3rd with Jeffrey Foucault and support from J. Tilley of the recently defunct Grassoline. You can read the full preview for this show by clicking here. Indeed we’re at The Greystones twice in the coming week, as Sunday February 8th also finds us there in the company of Amelia Curran, Dennis Ellsworth and Ash Gray. All the details for this one can be found by clicking here.

We’ll be back at Shakespeares on Saturday February 28th. There’s a first full band gig of the year for Big Convoy, from Oklahoma via Essex Bob Collum returns with The Welfare Mothers and Micky Denny opens the show. Click here for the low down on this one.

So that’s three shows to come this month, maybe we’ll see you at one of them?

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and that was certainly the case last night at The Greystones for what was a splendid evening (some might even try to say lovely) with Wild Ponies and Grassoline. Big thanks to both of them and you if you were there too.

That’s it for WagonWheel Presents… at The Greystones until 2015. We return on Tuesday February 3rd with Jeffrey Foucault.

However we still have one more show to come this year and it promises to be another belter. Saturday November 29th we return to Shakespeares with Boss Caine, Dave Woodcock, Joe Solo and Richard Kitson. All together, for another night only… Full details of this show can be found here.

We hope to see you then.

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follow fabulous Fridays, and that’s what we enjoyed at Shakespeares last night in the company of the ever lovely Rachel Ries as well as Canyon Family and Ian Bramall. Thanks to them and you if you were there.

The next WagonWheel Presents… show is this coming Thursday November 20th when Wild Ponies come to The Greystones. Grassoline open this show and a full preview can be found here. You can listen to songs from both bands here too.

We’ll be finishing off 2014 back at Shakespeares on Saturday November 29th with Boss Caine, Dave Woodcock, Joe Solo and Richard Kitson. Full details for this one can be found here.

Maybe we’ll see at one of them?

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anybody got spooked last night, though are pretty certain those who’d paid to be there and any ghostly lurkers enjoyed the Otis Gibbs show. Thanks to Otis and King Quentin who got the evening off to a fine start at Shakespeares. Thanks to all who made it along too, in or out of body.

We’re back in the Bard’s Bar on Saturday November 1st for the first of four shows we have next month:

– Saturday Nov 1st @ Shakespeares : The Fargo Railroad Co. + The Farewell State + Mordrake

– Friday Nov 14th @ Shakespeares : Rachel Ries + Canyon Family + Ian Bramall

– Thursday Nov 20th @ The Greystones : Wild Ponies + Grassoline

– Saturday Nov 29th @ Shakespeares : Boss Caine + Dave Woodcock + Joe Solo + Richard Kitson

You can find details of all those shows by clicking on our Gigs page. Maybe we’ll see you at one of them.

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had a craving for songs of welding, divorce and unemployment certainly had that satisfied when Rod Picott brought the Circus Of Misery & Heartbreak to The Greystones on Thursday night. They maybe even enjoyed the happy song. We certainly did. Thanks to Rod and Mat Wale for another fine opening set plus of course all of you who came along.

It’s another quick turnaround until our next show. This coming Tuesday October 21st we welcome another resident of Nashville to Sheffield when Otis Gibbs comes to Shakespeares. You can find full details for this show by clicking here.

We’ll be back at The Greystones on Thursday November 20th when Wild Ponies return to Sheffield for their first headline show. Wild Ponies opened for Rod when he was in town last year and also backed him for this own set as part of The Gun Shy Dogs. Support will come from Grassoline. The full preview for this show can be found by clicking here.

Hopefully you can join us at one of those, or any other of our upcoming shows that can be found here.

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thanks to all who came out to our Tramlines show at Shakespeares yesterday, especially of course The Lucky Strikes, The Nøse, Mike Hughes, Grassoline, Paul Littlewood, Tomorrow We Sail, David J. Roch, Quiet Loner, Ash Gray, M.G. Boulter, Neil McSweeney, Tom Baxendale and Jacob Fletcher. We enjoyed that a lot.

We’re back in the Bard’s Bar at the end of August. We’ve got a bunch of new shows in the works, details of what has been confirmed so far can be found here on our Gigs page. Maybe we’ll see you at one of them.

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it’s more than safe to say that that was a damned good night at The Greystones last night. Welcome to the World Grassoline‘s Here But Not At Home Vol. 2 EP. Thanks to them and their guests Canyon Family and Tom Baxendale and all who came along too. The EP is sounding very good here, keep an eye on the band’s Facebook page for details of where you can get your copy if you haven’t already.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Greystones on April 22nd when we’re joined by the Kelley McRae duo, on their first UK tour from the US. Support comes from David J. Roch and Richard Kitson. Tickets are just £5 from The Greystones or £5.50 including booking fee here.

Our next show however is at Shakespeares on Saturday March 29th with The Payroll Union, Ash Gray and Tommy R. Jones. You can read all about this fabulous triple bill here. Hopefully we’ll see you there.

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