Three Blind Wolves
Spirit of John & Gabriel Kelley
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They're back after their amazing support to Frightened Rabbit, to celebrate the release of their new album "Sing Hallelujah for the Old Machine" it's party time...

Three Blind Wolves
Here stand Three Blind Wolves. The band have sold out venues across Scotland with their wild stage presence, transfixing harmonies and captivating performances, and this year will be touring throughout the UK and beyond to entertain audiences of all generations. They have drawn influences from Neil Young, Pavement, My Morning Jacket and Nirvana to deliver their very special brand of folk-tinged psychedelic blues-rock through their first full-length album ‘Sing Hallelujah for the Old Machine’.

Recent single ‘Parade’ gained great recognition from Dermot O’Leary, Vic Galloway and John Kennedy for its emotional punch, heart-felt lyrics and sumptuous chorus. On February 18th they will release ‘In Here Somewhere’, which builds from a beautiful, slow lament to a rousing anthem which is already a hit with their loyal live audience despite having not yet been released.

Their more country/folk influenced mini-album ‘Sound of the Storm’ was released in 2011 via Communion Records and is available to buy from the Shop section above. They have built on their ever-growing reputation across the UK and beyond with successful tours in the Netherlands which included showcasing at Eurosonic in 2012. This was followed by a US tour taking in SXSW in Austin and CMW in Toronto.

Spirit of John
The acoustic two-piece SOJ are old school friends from the Halifax hills. Influenced musically by folk, blues, country, skiffle and punk, the duo have crafted a raw, earthy sound, defined by double bass slapping, guitar chopping and raspy hollering, with occasional sweet moments.
SOJ play intimate sweaty bar room gigs, large outdoor festivals and everything inbetween, as well as the odd living room or guerrilla gig. Guest musicians sometimes join the pair, making for rowdy, spontaneous shows and records.
'Ragged, raucous and totally acoustic' - NME

Gabriel Kelley
Special guest of the wolves is Gabriel Kelley, Georgia native via Nashville and Sweden. Having a record under his belt featuring the talents of engineer/producer Neal Cappellino, whose credits include a Grammy for engineering on Alison Krauss, legendary Memphis picker Reggie Young (Elvis, Dusty Springfield); background vocalist Bekka Bramlett (Joe Cocker, Fleetwood Mac); Brad Pemberton (The Cardinals, Brendan Benson); Jon Graboff (The Cardinals, Noel Gallagher); Dave Jacques (John Prine, Emmylou Harris) and fellow recording artist Gabe Dixon (Paul McCartney, Supertramp). Kelley supplies guitar and harmonica and a lifetime of influences soaked up from his southern youth, globetrotting and curious ear.

Tuesday 21st May

7.30pm - 11pm (DJs 'til late)

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