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There was certainly an early present for anybody who was lucky enough to be at The Greystones with us last night for a typically fine show from Otis Gibbs. Thanks to Otis and Paul McClure for a great opening set, plus of course all of you who joined us.

WagonWheel Presents… has one more show to go for 2018, Friday November 16th finds us back at The Greystones with Stoney and Neil McSweeney. It will certainly be something special to round the year off. You can find a full preview for this show here, or grab yourself a ticket here to guarantee your place. See you there?

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the best things come in small packages, and that once again proved to be the case last night with a sold out micro gig in the cosy confines of Hop Hideout with Andy P. Davison and Jody Davies, both ably assisted by double double bass man Andy Dye. Big thanks to them and all of you who joined us for the (mostly) unplugged show.

Next WagonWheel Presents… is back at The Greystones this coming Tuesday with Otis Gibbs plus support from Paul McClure. You can read the full preview for this show here. We hope you can join us then.

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and counting, but last night everything added up to another great show at The Greystones. Thanks go to Rachel Harrington, Boss Caine, and everybody that joined us for what was our 100th show in The Backroom.

We’re there next on November 6th with Otis Gibbs plus Paul McClure, tickets are on sale here.

Before that though WagonWheel Presents… pays another visit to our favourite beer shop, when Andy P. Davison and Jody Davies play an unplugged show at Hop Hideout tomorrow night. Unfortunately if you’re not one of the lucky ticket holders, this has already sold out. You can take a look at what else we have coming up though over on the Gigs page. Maybe you can join us at one of those.

 

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when two singer/songwriters trade songs for the night. Big thanks to John Statz and Megan Burtt for a great night at Shakespeares, plus A Prayer Away who opened the show with a typically fine set, and of course you if you were there.

For our next show we’re back at The Greystones on Tuesday October 30th when WagonWheel Presents… welcomes Rachel Harrington back to Sheffield, along with Boss Caine who opens the show. You can find full details for this one here. We hope you can join us too.

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would have struggled to shine through the rain on Thursday night, but we had some sparking talent on stage as M.G. Boulter brought his brand new Blood Moon EP to The Greystones on Thursday night. Thanks to Matt, Lizzy and Paul, plus Buffalo Ghost for a fine opening set, and those who braved the weather to join us.

WagonWheel Presents… returns to The Backroom on Tuesday October 30th when we welcome back Rachel Harrington with support from Boss Caine. Our next show however finds us at Shakespeares on Friday October 19th in the company of John Statz, Megan Burtt and A Prayer Away. You can find full details for this one here, tickets are on sale here. We hope you can join us too.

 

 

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and this week we had those BearCats in The Backroom. Big thanks to them and Bob Collum & The Welfare Mothers plus Ryan Farmer for another great night, not forgetting all of you who joined us at The Greystones.

We’ll be back there on Thursday September 20th for our next show, when joining WagonWheel Presents… will be M.G. Boulter and Buffalo Ghost. You can find full details for this show here. We hope you can join us then.

 

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another electric headline show from The Fargo Railroad Co., and they duly delivered last night. A fabulous first gig from The Swells and fine opening set from Benjamin William Pike added up to a great time all round. Big thanks to all of them, and everyone who came along (including Colin).

WagonWheel Presents… is back at The Greystones this coming Saturday September 1st when we’re joined by The BearCats, Bob Collum & The Welfare Mothers and Ryan Farmer. We’re fully expecting more good times, advance tickets priced at just £5 are available here. You can read the full preview for the show here. Maybe we’ll see you then?

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