Birmingham’s Broken Witt Rebels and Norfolk’s Bad Touch are embarking on their co-headlining ‘Planet Rock Roadstars’ tour on March 16th .
Last October, rock band Broken Witt Rebels won BEST ROCK ACT at the first ever Unsigned Music Awards at the Troxy in East London. Over the past year they have supported various artists on their UK tours including King King, Southside Johnny, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Whiskey Myers and Kaleo. They have just signed a deal with a major management company in Nashville and have been confirmed to play the Ramblin’ Man Fair this summer. They have had two singles A listed on Planet Rock radio and have been played on BBC 6 Music a few weeks ago. Their music video for ‘Guns’ received more than 470.000 views on YouTube.
Bad Touch recently recruited 20-year old guitar virtuoso Harry Slater as their new lead guitarist. The rock band, who supported the Kentucky Headhunters and toured together with Massive last year, released their second studio album in December 2016. The album, ‘Truth Be Told’, features the singles ‘99%’ and ‘Made To Break’, which were both remixed for radio by the legendary Rolling Stones engineer and co-producer Chris Kimsey.
The Gig Cartel & Planet Rock Radio presents
BROKEN WITT REBELS & BAD TOUCH
MARCH / APRIL 2017 UK TOUR
ALL TICKETS: £14.00
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Wednesday 22nd March 2017
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