Monday 14th July is the first official Black Country Day. As a very proud black country band we are delighted to announce we will be playing the Black Country Day festival at the Robin 2 in Bilston on the day/night with a few other of our local mukkas. Should be a bostin’ night so get yourself down. All chaps and wenches welcome!
Celebrate Black Country Day today at the Robin 2’s Live Music Bash featuring Soley Mourning + The Empty Can + Cynical Renegade + Sunday 44 + Elevate + Elmore Row. All profits will be donated to The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity.
The Robin 2 Bilston
Monday 14 July 2014
Advance Ticket Price: £5.00 Door Price: £6.00
Doors 7.00pm - on stage 7.30pm
Celebrate Black Country Day live at the Robin 2 with a host of great Black Country musicians and bands.
All tonight’s artists have donated their service free of charge and all profits from the evening will be donated to The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity
Help us raise some money for a worthwhile cause and at the same time have a bostin’ night!
So Bands On The Beacon is sold out! Feel privileged to be headlining it tomorrow and closing the festival!
Recorded at Molineux and in Stavanger, Norway for Release Tuesday 1st July 2014
This week we talk to Andy Coxon who is currently appearing in 20th Century Boy - The Marc Bolan Story at Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre, we hear about the Concert in the Church as part of the Brewood Music Festival and James Moclair joins us on the phone for a chat about his latest novel. Music comes from Soley Mourning with Andy and Mat popping into the studio.
Today, Andy and Mat were at the home of their beloved Wolves’ football stadium for an interview with Jason Forrest on Wolverhampton’s WCR Radio. Even though they were not allowed to have a kick about we must say a big thanks to Jason!