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and a late round up, but thanks to everybody that joined us at Shakespeares on Friday night, especially of course Franc Cinelli and M&J Blues, for the final WagonWheel Presents… of 2019. A great night’s music and a treat missed if you didn’t make it.

And that’s it until 2020, but we’ll be back for more then. We’ve got something good cooking for our first show of the new year, keep an eye on here or the Facebook and the Instagrams over the next few days for an announcement (or even just put Saturday January 25th in your diary now, you really won’t want to miss this).

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that was a pretty fun night i’d say. Big thanks to Rod Picott and Quiet Loner for fabulous sets, and you if you were there to enjoy it with us at The Greystones. That was our last show in The Backroom until 2020, but we’ll be back with more then.

WagonWheel Presents… rolls for the final time in 2019 on Friday November 1st when we welcome Franc Cinelli, M&J Blues and Boss Caine to Shakespeares. All the details for this one including the ticket link can be found here.

 

 

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i could have thought of few better places to be than a warm and cosy pub enjoying the fine songs of John Statz and Andy P. Davison & The Soul Preachin’ Co. Big thanks to John, Andy & Andy, and those who felt likewise and made the effort to come out and support live music once again.

WagonWheel Presents… will be back at The Greystones on Tuesday October 8th when Rod Picott brings his brand new record Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil to town. Support comes from Quiet Loner and you can find full details on this show here. Maybe we’ll see you then?

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made the night drive down to Shakespeares yesterday was certainly more than suitably rewarded. A wonderful evening with fine performances from M.G. Boulter and Banjo Jen was a perfect antidote to two months without a WagonWheel show. Big thanks to both acts and everybody that joined us.

We don’t have to wait quite so long until the next one, WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Greystones this Monday night September 23rd when John Statz brings his latest UK tour to Sheffield. Opening the show will be Andy P. Davison & The Soul Preachin’ Co. Full details for this one can be found here, we hope you can find your along too.

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day in the sun saw us enjoying two stages full of great music at Shakespeares yesterday. Big thanks to Stoney, Joe Solo, The Barker Ranch Highwaymen, Mat Wale, The Holding Hands, Paul Handyside, The Swells, Andy Whitehouse, The December Flowers, All Day Dog’s Breakfast, The Farewell State, Buffalo Ghost, Alexis & Ash running the downstairs desk, John Batchelor who found time for a guest spot with Mat Wale whilst keeping everything sounding like it should upstairs and not least everybody that came along. It was great to see so many friendly faces (especially some in WagonWheel T-shirts too), and lots of people sticking around for most of the day. But a bit of a rest now…

WagonWheel Presents… will be back in action on Friday September 20th when we return to Shakespeares for a slightly smaller scale show but equally quality packed. We’ll be in the company of M.G. Boulter and Banjo Jen and tickets are on sale here now. That’s swiftly followed on Monday September 23rd by our next show at The Greystones when we welcome John Statz and Andy P. Davison & The Soul Preachin’ Co. Keep an eye on the Gigs page for news on upcoming shows.

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returns to Shakespeares this coming Sunday July 21st. Our show starts at 2pm and this year we’re joined by Stoney, Joe Solo, The Barker Ranch Highwaymen, Mat Wale, The Holding Hands, Paul Handyside, The Swells, Andy Whitehouse, The December Flowers, Georgina Gilmartin, The Farewell State and Buffalo Ghost. Entry is free all day as always.

A full preview and stage times for the day can be found here. Be sure to keep in touch with our WagonWheel Presents… Instagram or Facebook where we’ll post any news or updates on the day.

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shouldn’t have kept anybody away from The Greystones last night, and those who were there to enjoy an evening with Rachel Harrington certainly picked a winner. Big thanks to Rachel, Richard Kitson for an ever entertaining opening set, and everybody that joined us.

Next up for WagonWheel Presents… we’re at Shakespeares this coming Sunday July 21st for our annual Sunday Social. As usual we’ve got two stages of free live music, this year featuring sets from Stoney, Joe Solo, The Barker Ranch Highwaymen, Mat Wale, The Holding Hands, Paul Handyside, The Swells, Andy Whitehouse, The December Flowers, Georgina Gilmartin, The Farewell State and Buffalo Ghost. We’ll be kicking off at 2pm sharp in the Stable Yard, for the complete list of set times take a look at the full preview here. We hope to see you then.

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