Wille & The Bandits

Date:Sun 24 Mar
Time:8pm
Venue:J2 (standing)
Price:£15 adv

Wille & The Bandits return to Cambridge Junction on a tour supporting their new album “Paths” (released on Friday 01 February 2019). Encapsulating the excitement and gusto of Rock and Roll, the album is a breath of fresh air challenging the listener while embracing technology and instrumental prowess. 

In ‘Paths’, Wille & The Bandits adopt the musical essence, nostalgia and discovery of the late 60s &  70s, mixing Rock and Roll with a modern approach, combining elements of world music, dance music and hip-hop creating something truly unique. 

Wille & The Bandits are known as one of the most hardworking bands on the touring circuit and toured with Deep Purple, Status Quo, Joe Bonamassa, the Jon Butler Trio and Warren Haynes amongst others. They also played the Isle of Wight festival and were picked to play a prestigious slot at the London Olympics.   SO far in 2018 they have played over 200 shows in 20 different countries across Europe .

Plus Rainbreakers

 

“Wille is a superb slide player, I love what these guys are doing.” – Joe Bonamassa

“One of the best live acts in the country.” – Daily Telegraph

“Socially aware lyrics and planet hopping instrumentation makes for the most refreshing sound heard in ages.” – Classic Rock Magazine

“In the top ten must see live bands at Glastonbury festival.” – BBC Radio 1

“From the slide-driven Allmans influence to sounds like Free, they play with a dynamic energy & have built an enviable live reputation.” – Uncut

“Can compete with anyone in the headbanging stakes.” – Mojo

“We’re talking about the quality of Lynyrd Skynyrd or Bad Company here. This is quite simply one of the albums of the year. It’s THAT good.” – Rock Society

 

All under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Bar and Box office open 1 hour before show start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.

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