Black Star Riders CAMBRIDGE - Tickets

Black Star Riders CAMBRIDGE - Tickets
Sat, 18/11/17, 18:15 The Junction 2
Clifton Way, CB1 7GX CAMBRIDGE

Following a sold out European Tour in early 2017, Black Star Riders return to the UK for a headline tour in November 2017.

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U14s with an adult 18+

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Black Star Riders, The Junction 2, 18/11/17
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February 2017 saw Black Star Riders release their third studio album Heavy Fire to widespread critical acclaim. The album went on to gain worldwide chart success - reaching: #1 in the UK Rock and Indie charts, #3 in the UK Vinyl chart, #6 in the UK National chart, #11 in the German National chart, #6 in the USA Hard Rock chart, #22 USA Independent chart and #25 in the USA Rock chart.

Following a sold out European Tour in early 2017, Black Star Riders return to the UK for a headline tour in November 2017. They bring a stunning bill featuring Blues Pills, Tax The Heat and Dirty Thrills.

“There's nothing more exciting than playing live. BSR are absolutely thrilled to get back out in the U.K. a wonderful way to round out a great year!” – Ricky Warwick, Black Star Riders.

On Blues Pills – very few modern bands are lucky enough to have such a unique, individual and inimitable style as well as being blessed with such an incredible voice at the forefront. Formed in 2011, the multinational quartet released their exciting self-titled debut in 2014 before following up with their sophomore release – Lady in Gold– in 2016. They’ve toured non-stop for the past few years playing with the likes of Deep Purple, Rival Sons and Kadavar as well as headline shows. Their organic blend of blues, classic rock and soul winning audiences the world over.

“We are very pleased that we will be opening for the Black Star Riders on their UK tour this November. We are really excited to warm up the stage for these legends. We hope to see a lot of familiar faces in front of stage and are really looking forward to meeting a lot of new people!” – Zack Anderson, Blues Pills

Tax The Heat have just come out of the studio, recording their follow up to the critically acclaimed debut album Fed To The Lions. The highly anticipated, as yet unnamed, second album is scheduled for release by Nuclear Blast Entertainment in early 2018.

London based Dirty Thrills open the bill, with a set containing songs from their debut album Heavy Living which is scheduled for release on September 15th via the Frontiers label.

Doors open at all shows at 6:15pm
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    Black Star Riders
      4.8 stars, from 8 Fan reports
  • Nottingham - Rock City

    11/12/13

    superb show from neil white, 16/12/13
    With only Scott Gorham left from the original Thin Lizzy line-up, a name change was probably a good idea, but boy, can these guys rock. The standard of musicianship was outrageously good, but they played as a band and were very polished. Starting with the title track off the new album All Hell Breaks Loose, the set was a brilliant blend of Thin Lizzy songs old and new together with tracks from the new album. Ricky Warwick makes a fine front man, and with him on guitar as well, we had a three guitar version of the classic harmony-guitar sound. As well as playing fantastically, the guys actually looked like they were enjoying themselves. Plenty of audience involvement, we were left wanting more. Top show.
  • newcastle + nottingham - O2 Academy Newcastle + rock city nottingham

    06/12/13

    Must see gig from warren, 13/12/13
    black star where amazing, dead daises brilliant support band and Western sand are rock of the future, myself and my other half went to two dates, they all made our year. you must go and see.
  • Cardiff - Cardiff Solus

    30/11/13

    Superb from martin, 11/12/13
    Black Star Riders showed why they decided to carry on the Lizzy tradition but with the new name.The show was a combination of Riders and Lizzy material which showcased their talents.Ricky Warwick is a great front man with great performances from the rest of the band.Damon Johnson`s guitar playing was simply stunning with Scott Gorham equalling him at all times,although he is arguably the more well known face he does not want to take centre stage and they share the guitar parts equally.Marco Mendoza`s bass playing and presence was immense.The drumming of Jimmy DeGrasso was great,he put everything into every number and was evidently enjoying the show.Overall a great night and I can`t wait for the next album release.Also I must mention the two support bands,Western Sand and the Dead Dasies,great bands and well worth their support billing.

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BLACK STAR RIDERS, the new band featuring THIN LIZZY members Ricky Warwick, Damon Johnson, Scott Gorham and Marco Mendoza together with drummer Jimmy DeGrasso (Alice Cooper / Megadeth)
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