Stompin' on Spiders return with the first show of 2016 with the full band supporting ARKFEST, an animal charity event. SoS only support one charity event a year and this one for animals, birds and domestic pets is one close to our heart. It is free entry at a wonderful pub surrounded by the wonderful rural countryside of Herefordshire. 4:30 pm - Stompin' on Spiders 5:30 pm - Red Dawe 6:30 pm - Ronnie & The Reverbs
Not strictly a Band of Rogues gig because of the absence of The Grimaldi Band, the afternoon of the 13th Dec promises to be equal to it with Jack of All stepping in to complete the three band line-up with The Players and Stompin' on Spiders. Free entry to this venue for +18 only.
The Band of Rogues is a three band union between Stompin' on Spiders, The Grimaldi's and The Players that will be providing a full afternoon of music in the same tradition as the now defunct "Acoustic Lunch" that once ran at The Old Rectifying House in Worcester. The Marrs Bar is the setting for this new and exciting partnership that will see the three bands (all trios) taking the stage to perform individually and then together for one big finale, in grand showbiz style. There is a cover charge for admission for this event.
Saturday Tone Tanner Gareth Carey Black Cat Bone Jack of All Prism Sunday… BBC Introducing (3 Live Bands) Stompin’ On Spiders Michael Knowles’ STDs The Players Amanda Stone & The Rockin’ Masons The After Dark Fonksters Haunted Souls Ronin
Stompin' on Spiders are part of a two day star studded festival of local Folk and Blues acts at the Folk & Routes Festival at the Angel Hotel in Pershore. Free entry.
Sounds Like: Stompin' on Spiders
Bio: Stompin' on Spiders stripped-back acoustic blues/rock style blends the traditional ethos of blues music with a very modern edge. It is the "new tradition" some pundits have claimed; a radical mix of blues and acoustic rock that is inspired by everyday events and experiences of 21st Century life. ...See Full Bio
“BAND: Stompin' On Spiders. ALBUM: Nothing To Declare. There is something very Australian in feel when you listen to this album and it comes of no surprise that some of the members of the band have spent some time over there, it's a sheer delight of a record and it just sounds excellent. Songs like "Brasshouse Lane" and "Night On The Tiles" all have warmth and texture, beautiful guitars and real blues movements carved all over. I'd listen to this record louder for sure if I was to drive into a armed police roadblock at over 80 mph. It's got plenty of balls and even fanny bits on this album. Order it today if you want a road-trip on your iPod! ”