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Year Of The Dog
With: Two Pounds Down
The Marr’s Bar, Worcester  – Friday 14th June
£15 in advance, £20 on the door

For more info and tickets visit the Marrs Bar website

Smashing the festival, radio, and TV circuits alike, Year Of The Dog, the brass-house-soul sound from Cardiff and Bristol, are selling out gigs and rising fast across Europe.

Having built a reputation as one of the most unforgettable dance inducing live bands on the underground scene, the BBC Introducing group have blasted the biggest stages at festivals including Noz Stock, Kendal Calling, Cheltenham Jazz, Cardiff LGBTQ+ Pride and many more. The Dogs have spent the summer of 2023 touring on a European scale at festivals and live music venues finishing with the Rugby World Cup final in Paris.

Year of the Dog – Komodo Kimono

Felix Lindsell-Hales (vocals and guitar), Olly Jenkins (saxophone), Gareth Thomas (trumpet), Peter Richards (bass trombone), Jacob Prescott (bass) and James Sherwood on drums. The six-piece who formed at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2018 are also recognised for their star appearance as Swing Band in Netflix’s smash hit series, Sex Education, performing single Run These Streets in series 1, episode 3.

Hailing from Malvern, in support are Two Pounds Down, a genre bending experience with a sound that is satisfyingly accessible for anyone. Jazz and blues influence meet a rock and neo soul writing style.

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