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BROKEN WITT REBELS Tour In March With BLUE OCTOBER



Following a busy end to 2017, Broken Witt Rebels return to live action in March with a run of UK / European dates guesting with Texas outfit Blue October; these dates will see the Rebels visiting the Netherlands and Germany (where they recently played with ‘country fuzz’ maestros The Cadillac Three) before hitting UK turf for a run of eight shows, including a night at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London.


In addition, Broken Witt Rebels – that’s Danny Core (vocals / rhythm guitar), Luke Davis (vocals / bass), James Tranter (vocals / lead guitar) and James Dudley (drums) – will play three headline shows of their own in the UK and Scotland.

In support of this announcement, the Birmingham quartet – a heady blend of blues, soul, wailing rock guitar and deeply emotive vocals – are set to release a coloured vinyl version of their debut self-titled album on March 9th via Snakefarm Records. CD & Digital versions of the record are available now.


Pre-order the vinyl here.


Broken Witt Rebels European Tour 2018


07 March – Melkweg, Amsterdam

08 March – Fabrik, Hamburg

09 March – Nueu Theaterfabrik, Munich

11 March – Astra, Berlin

13 March – Batschkapp, Frankfurt

14 March – Live Music, Cologne

16 March – O2 Ritz, Manchester

17 March – O2 ABC, Glasgow

18 March – Church, Leeds

20 March – Concorde, Brighton

21 March – Waterfront, Norwich

22 March – O2 Academy, Bristol

23 March – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

24 March – O2 Institute, Birmingham

29 March – EBGBs, Liverpool*

30 March – Hemelvaart Bier Café, Ayton*

31 March – Record Junkee, Sheffield

*Headline shows


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