The Wagon Wheels, return to Blackburn Empire Theatre!

This August, North West natives, The Wagon Wheels head to Blackburn Empire Theatre for a memorable night of folk foot-tappers. 

The six-piece Blackburn band share a diverse musical upbringing which has influenced their folk sound. Driven by swirling electric guitars, four-part harmonies and electronic samples, their mature sound bursts through in live shows and captures the audience. Their mature sound lies somewhere between a hint of Nashville blues and electronic samples that create a foot stomping groove. The Wagon Wheels have been together for around six years and have secured some fantastic support slots with the likes of Liverpool brit-pop legends CAST, Scottish outfit The View and also Jefferson Starship on their last world tour.

Due to a fantastic response in 2018, the band have been locked away writing and are due to finish their next single with a music video. The band are ready to promote this through the summer months. Don’t miss the opportunity to see a great band in an intimate setting!

Mick Spencer – Vocals, Guitars
Adam Chadwick – Bass Guitar, Vocals
Stuart Redpath – Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards
Dylan Murphy – Drums, Vocals
Jim O’Rourke – Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica
Andy Knowles – Guitar, Percussion

Blackburn Empire Theatre presents ‘The Wagon Wheels’ on Saturday 17th August 2019 at 7:30pm. Tickets are £10.00.
Available online here, from the Booking Office in person or by phone (Monday to Saturday 10am to 12:30pm) 01254 685 500.

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