Sounds Like: Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM, The Pogues, Frank Turner
Bio: Crossing Giants is a 2 piece acoustic Celtic Folk Punk band that draws inspiration from acts such as the Dropkick Murphys,Flogging Molly, Frank Turner and The Gaslight Anthem.
Crossing Giants comprise of a Scottish singer/acoustic guitar player and an Irish singer/bassist that take their name f... See Full BioMore Info
After popular demand we bring the Acoustic night to a non School night for you to enjoy. All THREE Acts are no stranger to the Dreadnought stage and bring different elements of music with them. Bit of covers acoustic style and superb original material. Great relaxed night of tunes on the Live stage followed as ever by our resident Rock Jox filling the air with Rawk you can get up and dance to. FREE Entry to all - look out for the NEW VIP Cards at www.dreadnoughtrock.com
Starting this years Bathgate Music Festival in the Dreadnought we are planning a cheeky wee Acoustic night with The Crossing Giants headlining the bill. Another superb double act in the form of Revoloustic have joined the bill that will cover some classics performed acoustically. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Revoloustic/125262654283581 The final acoustic act now confirmed for a superb laid back night will be ED LEE. Details about his Indie Blues Rock https://www.facebook.com/pages/ED-LEE/113890432003336
The Detours are back in Bathgate to the only place to hear Rock in the Lothian's. The lads were awesome the last time they were with us, and no doubt will be this time round too making it a not to be missed gig. Support from the tremendous Livi Based band Crossing Giants who are no strangers to the Dread stage themselves with their very unique sound.
Sons Of Icarus, a brand new, young, British, organic, visceral four piece hard rock band, are all set to soar into rock’s heady stratosphere with the release of their debut 4 track EP, ‘You Want It All’, via itunes etc. on December 19th. Vocalist Andy Masson and his bassist brother Alex met drummer Mike ‘Quilly’ Mcquillan at school in Brackley, Northamptonshire, where they got together as a three piece and jammed constantly in a mate’s garage, covering classic AC/DC, Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith songs. Originally named The Fury, the trio moved to Guildford and enrolled at the Academy of Contemporary Music, where they met and recruited guitarist Steve Balkwill. Initially mainly classic rock / blues oriented, they soon incorporated Steve’s stoner rock background (he grew up riffing to Kyuss and Orange Goblin) to develop their own unique brand of full throttle, high octane, straight ahead, JD swilling, grinding hard rock. After beating hundreds of groups to win Marshall Amplifiers’ ‘Ultimate Band Contest’ in December 2010, Sons Of Icarus won major management representation, and, subsequently, opening slots at both 2011’s Download and Sonisphere Festivals. Sons Of Icarus then stepped up to the plate to play explosive support slots around London with the likes of Vintage Trouble, Black Spiders, Rival Sons, Hayseed Dixie, The Answer, and Orange Goblin. Supported by Sound over Silence and Crossing Giant's