Following their hugely successful The Duke and The King promotion at the Hi-Fi club in Leeds recently, the Hee Haw Sessions are returning to their promoting beginnings, with a promotion in the upstairs room at Santiago in Leeds. The format of the show replicates the early Hee Haw Sessions, with one headliner from afar and two local acts, showcasing the best of international and local talent.
FRONTIER RUCKUS - An American folk-rock band from Michigan. The band is centered on the lyrically intensive songs of Matthew Milia blended with instruments such as banjo, pedel steel, dobro, trumpet, singing saw. Real Detroit has named them 'Best Folk Group' stating "This is the best band you haven't heard and Milia is the most impressive wordsmith I've listened to in a really long time." Metro Times consider the band "already one of the very best sounds to come out of Michigan this entire decade."
Support from two outstanding local acts:
MARCH OF DIMES – One of the most talked about bands to come out of Leeds for many a year, now receiving platitudes by the lorry-load for their recently released EP “From Those Who Were There,“ A band with a great future ahead of them and who are definitely on most peoples “must see” list.
THE ADMINISTRATORS - Conceived by Ben Hall and Marv Riley - two survivors of the Loudmouth Soup massacre, and aided and abetted by the irrepressible Shaun Naylor - the mandolin sharp-shooter from Feelies Inc, finally arrives the Administrators...
Thursday 20th May – Upstairs @ Santiago, Leeds, LS1 6PG - Doors 7.30pm
Tickets £6 adv from Jumbo / Crash / See Tickets