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Apr 30th 2017 @ The Live Room @ Caroline Social Club

Shipley, United Kingdom
I Was There
Sunday, April 30th, 2017
7:00 PM
The Live Room @ Caroline Social Club
Shipley, United Kingdom
Worry Dolls

Worry Dolls met at Paul McCartney's school of music in Liverpool. Bonding initially due to having the same fiery red locks, what sets them apart is their tongue-in-cheek, honest lyrics and their refusal to sing 'cliché love songs'.

Described by Bob Harris as 'a warm and infectious sound', Worry Dolls' music is packed full of sublime harmonies, atop a plethora of varied instruments. Many will have seen them performing at Glastonbury Festival, supporting Joan Armatrading on tour, or heard their music played on Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music.

With two EPs already under their belt, Worry Dolls recently returned from Nashville, where they recorded their debut album with producer Neilson Hubbard (Matthew Perryman Jones), to be released in early 2017. Since their first EP, Worry Dolls' sound has grown as their influences shifted towards the rootsier sounds of Nashville & the Appalachian mountains still with a strong UK stamp. In their time together as a duo, they've forged something substantially stronger than a hair colour match. A beautiful and captivating result.

'The brilliantly quirky duo Worry Dolls a super-shiny beacon of joy in a dreamland far, far away from the persistently 'regular' sound of folk that's flooding the charts right now' - The Huffington Post

'It's no secret that we think Worry Dolls are pretty special' - For Folk's Sake

Goat Roper Rodeo Band

Roll up Roll up it's showtime ! You thought you knew country music, well, think again! With just an upright bass, two old guitars and a bucketful of aching harmony, The Goat Roper Rodeo Band are preaching 'Country Blues' like you never heard it's up, it's down, it's soft and loud, it's dark and lonesome too, there's hurt and shame and some mean old pain but there's love in what they do! There's a hint of Gram, a sniff of Dylan and a twist of Waylon's blues Simply put, it's exactly what it says on the tinthey look great, sound great and they've got a bunch of absolutely brilliant songs! and that's the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truthAmen.

'Amazing' - Bob Harris

'The Goat Ropers are the real deal! I was blown away when I first saw them play and heard them harmonise, I wanted desperately to join in. If there's any justice in this crazy world, they'll soon be a household name and we'll all be keeping it country with them' - Romeo Stodart- The Magic Numbers

'The Goat Roper Rodeo Band take a slightly psychedelic route to the finish line and include some serious footstompin' rock 'n' roll along the way, Mix in a little gospel fire and a sprinkle of Gram and these boys ruled our last afternoon' - Spiral Earth

'Man, how can someone so young be so sad.and so perfect!' - Ian Dunlop Gram Parsons / Flying Burrito Bros