Music |
4th June 2015

Thu 4 Jun | Doors 7.30pm

Working out of The Colorado Rockies, The Railsplitters are widely recognised as 'the band to watch' on the progressive bluegrass scene, having carried off Best Band title at the prestigious Rockygrass festival in 2013. When their album got its UK release, reviewers were glowing in their praise. 

AmericanaUK described the playing as “incredible,” while Spiral Earth editor Iain Hazelwood said they were “brilliantly uplifting”.

“Undoubtedly one of the most talented emerging bands, this will be their first visit to these shores.”

“The Railsplitters are talented, with well-written songs and spot-on instrumentation. This album is a nice addition to the ever-growing progressive bluegrass field.” John Goad, Bluegrass Today

Please click here to visit The Railsplitters website

Venue: Malt Room – cabaret unreserved seating
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult



4th June 2015

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