Wishbone Ash HOLMFIRTH - Tickets

Wishbone Ash HOLMFIRTH - Tickets
Fri, 17/11/17, 20:00 Holmfirth Picturedrome
Market Walk, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire,
HD97DA HOLMFIRTH

The legendary WISHBONE ASH - pioneers of twin-guitar rock return to Holmfirth.

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Doors 7:30pm
Show Starts 8pm
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Wishbone Ash, Holmfirth Picturedrome, 17/11/17
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The legendary WISHBONE ASH - pioneers of twin-guitar rock return to Holmfirth.

Formed in 1969, Wishbone Ash has to its credit 24 original studio recordings, 10 live albums and four live DVDs along with a DVD rockumentary "This is Wishbone Ash". They have made records in both the UK and the US, working with producers of the calibre of Tom Dowd (Cream, Clapton & Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Bill Szymczyk (Eagles, Joe Walsh & The Who). The band is led by founding member Andy Powell on guitar and vocals, trading licks with Finland's guitar wizard Muddy Manninen, bass player Bob Skeat a 17-year veteran of the band and in-demand studio musician on bass, and drummer Joe Crabtree.

Lynyrd Skynyrd cites Wishbone Ash as a primary influence on their style along with Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden and, more recently, heavyweights like Opeth.

All have been transformed by the original, legendary twin-guitar approach of Wishbone Ash -there is no other rock band in history that has done more with the twin guitar concept than The Ash.

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