Friday January 31st
An Independent Venue Week show
The Touch, from Kettering, makes 80s-inspired modern rock. Since 2017 they’ve been wowing the locals with their energetic and incendiary live show. Time for Northampton to have some of it!
Original incendiary blues-rock from Milton Keynes. Explosive riffs, soaring leads, gravel spitting vocals, catchy hooks, monstrous tones, and a foot to the floor driving rhythm.
Ramblin’ Preachers is the love child of Ross Connor (Vocals & Guitar) and James Ives (Guitar) with the aim of creating original stomping blues-rock with big riffs and even bigger guitar solos. Blend that with Craig Howe's thumping bass lines and Joey Lawson's ability to groove to just about anything, it is a perfect match.
Debut single ‘Mind Your Own Business’ coming soon!
Garage/punk/new wave/glam quartet from ShoeTown
Two piece heavy blues-rock band based in Northampton, formed by guitarist/vocalist Arran Westlake, and drummer Michael Mann.
@ The Black Prince
15 Abington Square, Northampton NN1 4AE
Doors 7.30pm, first act at 8pm
Advance tickets £5 from
The venue is 18+
The multi-story St Michael's car park [entrance on St. Michael's Road, exit on Abington Square] is a 40 second walk from The Black Prince
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