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WYNNTOWN WEBThe Wynntown Marshals plus Ten Gallon Bratz

Friday 18th September 2015

Stereo Renfield Lane Glasgow

Tickets £10 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151

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One of the freshest and stylistically most authentic No Depression/alt.country bands on the scene right now comes to us straight from… no, not Austin, Minneapolis, Portland, Raleigh, or Louisville… but from Edinburgh!

Following their latest headline tour of mainland Europe, tonight’s show celebrates the west coast launch of ‘The End Of The Golden Age’, the third album by Edinburgh-based band The Wynntown Marshals. This, the band’s second release on Blue Rose Records, is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed LPs ‘The Long Haul’ (2013) and ‘Westerner’ (2009).

Over recent years, The Marshals have acquired an excellent reputation as a live band, having toured the UK as headliners in their own right, as well as sharing the stage with the likes of Marty Stuart, and Fallen Angels Club favourites like Chuck Prophet, Tift Merritt, Richmond Fontaine, John Murry, Sturgill Simpson, and Jason & The Scorchers. In addition, the band has recorded radio sessions for BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio 2, garnering the support of the legendary ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris in the process.

‘One of my favourite bands… period!’ – No Depression (US) 2013

The Wynntown Marshals plus support

Saturday 2nd September 2017

The Hug & Pint Glasgow

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8pm start

The excellent Wynntown Marshals are celebrating a decade of delivering their stirring brand of alt.country and country rock laced with standout melodies.

One special way of marking this milestone will be a headline show at Glasgow’s The Hug and Pint on Friday, September 2.

With three fine albums to their name ¬– 2015’s The End Of The Golden Age was a brilliant collection that rightly won widespread praise – they have a growing following who know that a night locked up with the Marshals’ is one well spent.

The Marshals play with real, crowd-pleasing style and fervour from a catalogue of strong and well-crafted country rock songs.

We are so pleased we will be in their company as they celebrate their 10th anniversary at this gig.

“The stand-out Scots band performing Americana…”  Scotland On Sunday