Released today and storming the twittersphere with #GetTheRevToNumberOne the much anticipated album titled ‘Thirty Two’.
‘Thirty Two’ already had pre-orders rolling in well before it was released with the band offering out house gigs for pledges and tour ticket buyers.
More dates are yet to be released so keep an eye out.
http://www.reverendmakers.com for more info.
The band begins a UK tour in February – dates are as follows:
22nd – Coventry Kasbah 23rd – Newcastle
25th – Leeds Metropolitan University
26th – Hull, The Welly Club
27th – Birmingham, O2 Academy
28th – Preston, 53 Degrees
1st Liverpool, O2 Academy
3rd – Dunfermline, PY Molloys
4th – Glasgow, O2 ABC
5th – Manchester, The Ritz
6th – Barrow in Furness, The Nines
7th – Sheffield, O2 Academy
8th – Nottingham, Rock City
10th – Bristol, Fleece
11th – Brighton, Concorde 2
12th – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
13th – London, Electric Ballroom
14th – Norwich, Waterfront
Tickets are available from the usual sources.
Reverend And The Makers
Album Release: ‘ThirtyTwo’
Release Date: 24th February 2014
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Last night we went along to the Duck Egg Theatre’s newest production. The show has been touring around different theatres in the UK and finally made it back home to the Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe .
The show dips back and fourth between years & characters but all becomes clear towards the end. It is set in 1952 and it portrays this era effectively from costume to accents, scene selection & props.
The music in the show is very well composed and performed and there is so much always going on in the background. It was great to see so many different people playing many types of instruments such as the acoustic bass, acoustic guitar, flute, trumpet and cajon. Applause was well deserved after every song they burst out and the vocal abilities varied to deliver an interesting show.
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So far WE ARE 66% WE NEED 100%. A couple of weeks ago a campaign was set up to support Scunthorpe’s LGBT Community. We wanted to let you know the progress that has come in these 2 weeks of setting up a Petition, Facebook, Website & Twitter.
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Local band Oneunder have just recently been signed and would like to announce the new single, Decade of Decay (SONY remastered version) and title track from their forthcoming album “Decade of Decay” will be available to buy on ITUNES, HMV, VEVO, Digital KERRANG, NAPSTER, AMAZON, 7DIGITAL and over 350 other retail outlets it will be available through all these major retailers on the 23rd February through the record label NATIVE RECORDS. The band also invite you to celebrate their album launch night on the 8th March at O’Rileys on Beverley road in Hull.
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UK Tour comes to our area, the Scottish guitar/mandolin duo, Wingin’It have a mini-tour scheduled in March.
Wingin’ It, who comprise Adam Bulley (mandolin/guitar) and Chas Mackenzie (guitar) are one of the most highly rated duo’s in the country, who deliver a fiery, energy fuelled array of acoustic music styles. Weaving effortlessly between Bluegrass, Gypsy Jazz, Folk and Pop, their performances are sure to capture the imagination.
Having won a coveted “Danny Kyle” Award at Celtic Connections, the duo have gone on to dazzle audiences ever since. In 2012 they were commissioned to write 10 minutes of new music to celebrate the life of the renowned piper Gordon Duncan, which was then performed to a sold out Perth Concert Hall. In 2013 the duo released their debut album “For the Many”. Making full use of the recording studio, as well as some of Scotlands most in-demand session musicians, the project soon took on a life of its own.
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Can you be happy for 100 days in a row?
We live in times when busy schedules have become something to boast about. While the speed of life increases, there is less and less time to enjoy the moment that you are in. The ability to appreciate the moment, the environment and yourself in it.
71% of people tried to complete this challenge, but failed quoting lack of time as the main reason.These people simply did not have time to be happy. Do you?
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