Wirral five-piece The Sundowners will be playing live at Telford’s Warehouse in Chester on Friday, April 22.
The Sundowners are a five-piece band of siblings and friends who are cooking up a melting pot of musical influences including Fleetwood Mac, Crosby Stills and Nash, Rolling Stones and Muddy Waters.
After taking their time writing real songs, putting on great gigs and capturing an avid audience around the country, they did a knockout performance on The BBC Introducing Stage at the Glastonbury Festival.
Supporting them will be The Mysterines.
Not many bands can say their first gig was a sell-out but The Mysterines can. Still only in their teens, the trio led by Lia Metcalfe, set the scene aptly - chiller-psych met with the bluesy-folk outer-tone of Metcalfe‘s past solo performances as bandmates, bassist George Favager and drummer Zak Mcdonnell, held it all together with tight, measured instrumentation.
Entry to the Chester gig is free before 9pm, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390 090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.