Jess and The Bandits hit the road

13001316_10154267573718189_4704303932605014798_nAfter a hugely successful 2015 on both sides of the Atlantic, Jess And The Bandits have enjoyed partying with their fans up and down the UK in 2016.

Having completed a number of tours and festivals, wowing the crowds from LA to London, and with their debut album Here We Go Again having reached number 6 on the official country charts, Jess and the Bandits returned to the recording studio in January to work on new material for their upcoming sophomore album. On their second headline tour in April, the band treated their fans to new material without the wait. With a deluxe edition of Here We Go Again having also entered the Official Country Charts, the band are ready and raring to go for festival season.

Like Shania at her trashiest or a whiskey-drunk Kelly Clarkson, these songs have the swagger of bad women and even worse men.

With their performance at Little Rabbit Barn having become the venue’s fastest ever selling event, the band had an amazing time at this year’s Country2Country and on their headline tour, so can’t wait to get back on the road.

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES:

17th June – 229 The Venue, London
18th June – Towerfest, Drax 
26 June – Buckle & Boots Music Festival, Stockport
16th July – Lakes Festival, Nr. Skegness (with The Shires)
22nd July – Summertyne Festival (Sage, Gateshead) 
23rd July – Summertyne Festival (Sage, Gateshead, supporting Imelda May) 
29th July – Rock Ridge Round Up, Gateshead
30th July – FSA Festival, Newark
31st July – Southern Fried Festival, Perth

 

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About Dave Franklin

Musician, scribbler, historian, gnostic, seeker of enlightenment, asker of the wrong questions, delver into the lost archives, fugitive from the law of averages, blogger, quantum spanner, left footed traveller, music journalist, zenarchist, freelance writer, reviewer and gemini. People have woken up to worse.
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