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With their Lyrics being compared to Dylan, Riffs to Rage Against The Machine, Vocals to Howling Wolf and Beats to Bonham it's easy to see why The Graveltones have stirred up so much noise of late. An easily identifiable original sound that will still be here in 20 years time.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourself for a feast of wonder. Bohemia, the esteemed Theatre of Varieties, has searched high and low, scouring the earth to bring forth only the finest entertainments for your perusal.
Allow us to curate an evening for your most honoured pleasure.
The Dirty Youth are a female fronted quintet setting their sights on world domination. Not nestling in to one specific genre is their gift, as they blend rock anthems with metal riffs and a punk attitude. In 2010 they released their debut single 'Fight' which went on to take the internet by storm, resulting in 'Fight' going viral in a short space if time racking up over 3 millions of views on Youtube. Plus support from I DIVIDE
To celebrate nothing more than a love of playing loud rock music, October (the most geometrically sound month) and a new, totally skill video for the song ‘French Lessons’ Future Of The Left will be ‘unleashing’* a tour across/down/inside the UK between the 1st and 10th of that month. If you attend you are guaranteed rock music and a better class of sweating room-mate. If you don’t then loneliness will surely be your pillow. *not unleashing. Never unleashing.
The anthemic candour of Midlands four-piece Max Raptor fuses classic British punk attitude with an astute sensibility to a ballsy riff, forthright narrative and infectious hook-fuelled chant. Having spent the last year touring, playing live and writing and recording debut material, building up a head of steam, a reputation for raucous and energetic live shows .
The Season Ticket allows entry into all 8 events at this year's Autumn Literary Festival.
Skillet recently made headlines when their last album, Awake, became one of just three rock albums to be certified platinum in 2012, forming an improbable triumvirate with the Black Keys’ El Camino and Mumford & Sons’ Babel.
IAN McEWAN began his career with a volume of short stories which won the Somerset Maugham Award. His many novels include Enduring Love (1997), Amsterdam (1998), Atonement (2001), On Chesil Beach (2007), Solar (2010) and Sweet Tooth (2012). He is a winner of the Whitbread Award, the Man Booker Prize (being nominated six times), the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, the Shakespeare Prize and the Jerusalem Prize. His latest book is The Children Act (2014). He was awarded a CBE in 2000.
Australian native Josh Pyke, whose softly poppy vocals and gently rockin' songwriting have seen him compared to the likes of Elliott Smith and Evan Dando. Recent support slots have included Passenger and have seen him gain a firm fanbase in the UK and elsewhere.
Maverick Sabre, the biggest male breakthrough artist of 2012, returns to the live arena with 9 must see dates across the UK this autumn.
British singer-songwriter Jess Glynne has already notched up 2 number one singles this year - she featured on Clean Bandit's "Rather Be" and Route 94's "My Love". She is about to take the UK by storm as a solo artist in her own right.
Famed for their impromptu gigs in unorthodox venues, North East four-piece Little Comets' blend of tricky percussive rhythms and Afro-beat-tinged guitars has seen them labelled as the British Vampire Weekend. Hailing from Sunderland and Newcastle, brothers Robert (lead vocals, guitar) and Michael (lead guitar) Coles, bassist Matt Hall, and drummer Mark Harle formed the band in 2008.
Following on from four intimate comeback gigs which sold out in minutes Jamie T now announces a full UK tour stopping at the UEA on 1st November! “Zombie” is the new single from Jamie T and the latest to be taken from his recently announced third album “Carry On The Grudge”. “ It follows “Don’t You Find” which was the first piece of new music Jamie had released in over four years. It is infectious voodoo rock n roll, a raucous, Rocky Horror Picture show of a tune.
The Blackout are proud to announce a UK headline tour this Autumn with support from Chiodos and When
We Were Wolves.
JANE SMILEY, the author of short stories, novels, essays, books for young adults, and non-fiction works, was born in Los Angeles in 1949 and is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for her novel A Thousand Acres. She published her first novel, Barn Blind, in 1980. Her 2010 novel, Private Life, was chosen as one of the best books of the year by The New Yorker, The Atlantic and The Washington Post. Her most recent novel is Some Luck, the first volume of a trilogy.
By their own admission Alabama 3 makes Country Acid House Music. They are a pop band, a punk rock, a blues and country techno situationist crypto-Marxist-Leninist electro band. The most unlikely band ever to come out of Brixton; they are the most idiosyncratic, the most continually surprising and the most no-holds-barred fun.
MARGARET DRABBLE, novelist and biographer, was born in Sheffield. She is the author of eighteen novels, beginning with A Summer Birdcage in 1963. Her most recent, The Pure Gold Baby, was published in 2013, two years after her collected short stories, A Day in the Life of a Smiling Woman. She has written biographies of Arnold Bennett and Angus Wilson. She has been awarded the Golden PEN Award for ‘A Lifetime’s Distinguished Service to Literature.’ She is a Dame of the British Empire.
Two fast-rising acts, The Shires & Ward Thomas, on a joint tour that is set to be a landmark moment for the UK scene. The bands will take it in turns to headline on a series of dates around the UK. This is the moment fans of fresh and exciting country music have been waiting for!
Singer, songwriter, producer, occasional rapper and all round king of the club banger Example is set to tour! The live arena is where Example is a true master. Renowned for his monstrous live sets, he is set to once again transform venues across the country in to colossal party scenes. Of the tour he says "Expect all the hits from the last 3 albums plus all the bangers and singles off album no.5 in a spectacular 90min show".
LAWRENCE NORFOLK, novelist and journalist, was born in London in 1963, graduating from King’s College, London in 1986. He wrote his first novel, Lemprière’s Dictionary (1991), while studying for a doctorate in American poetry. It won the Somerset Maugham Award. He followed it with The Pope’s Rhinoceros (1996), In the Shape of a Boar (2000) and John Saturnall’s Feast (2012). In 1993, he was listed as one of Granta’s Best Young British Writers.
Having already sold out two shows at London's Shepherds Bush Empire and enjoyed incredible audience reactions at T In The Park and V Festival, Embrace have announced a UK Tour that will see the band play many towns and cities they haven't visited for over 8 years.
With an electric, ambitious and lively attitude, Neck Deep have created fast, catchy and enjoyable punk/pop songs. They recently signed an album deal with Hopeless Records, home to bands such as All Time Low, Yellowcard and We Are The In Crowd. Formed in 2012, they are currently getting a vast amount of critical acclaim, especially from Kerrang! - watch this space....
The combined world tour of these Post-Hardcore giants are coming to Norwich!
Nothing would be easier for British rock legends UFO than to rest on their laurels. The band could easily release the occasional best-of album to earn a few additional royalties and otherwise content themselves with looking back at their exceptionally glorious past.
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