Whalebone September gigs and news
This month sees the start of Whalebone’s autumn and winter tour, starting this Friday in Church Stretton, Shropshire. Lots of new dates are now listed on www.whalebone-music.com
The band have been busy this summer recording and have a new Dire Straits tune for you to listen to – ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Love Bridgnorth has also been sitting here loving watching and listening to the Narrowboat Sessions as the band travelled up to Chirk. Click the link it’s well worth it!
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2018
Silvester Horne Institute – Mirablia Tour – 7.30pm
60 High Street, Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 6BY [map]
Price: £10 (child £6) Stretton Pool Action Event
Local contacts for ticket sales in person:
Leisure Centre reception, John Thomas florists, Burway Books and the Town Council office. All in Church Stretton or online ticket booking: www.ticketsource.co.uk/whalebone
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 2018
St Cecilia’s Church – Mirablia Tour – 7.30pm
Hoo Road, Kidderminster DY10 1LP [map]
Tickets available from Martin tel: (01562) 755646 or online www.ticketsource.co.uk/whalebone
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2018
St John the Baptist Church – Mirabilia Tour 7.30pm
Church Preen, Nr Much Wenlock, Shropshire SY6 7LQ [map]
Tickets available from Brian tel: (01694) 771463
Ticket price includes a glass of wine or non-alcohol alternative
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH, 2018
Kilpeck Village Hall – Mirablia Tour – 7.30pm
Kilpeck, Herefordshire HR2 9DZ [map]
Tickets available from Beth Wood tel: (01981) 570713 or online www.ticketsource.co.uk/whalebone
Over the summer we fancied recording another Dire Straits tune – so here is our version of Romeo & Juliet.
We’re releasing it via digital distribution so you can stream it on Spotify. Why not add to your own playlists and follow us?
You can also stream it via Apple Music and the other major streaming services and download via iTunes and Amazon.
If you fancy more of the same, we’ve added it to our Classic Rock playlist where you can listen to all our covers. Hope you like it 🙂