The Ginger Wildheart Band announce UK tour

Ginger Wildheart
Ginger Wildheart (Image credit: Paul Harries)

The Ginger Wildheart Band have announced a summer UK tour.

The run of seven dates is scheduled to kick off on July 12 at Bristol’s Exchange, and wrap up at the Portland Arms, Cambridge, on the 20th of the month.

Support on all dates will be provided by Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors along with Massive Wagons.

Ginger says: “I have to say that I’m huge fans of both bands, and if you aren’t already, then get down early and let’s feed your head and heart with some mighty melody and gargantuan guitars.

“The whole event is set to be a classic rock package, the likes of which haven’t been seen on these shores since bands could all play.”

Ginger will be joined on the road by bassist Toshi, drummer Denzel and guitarist Conny Bloom.

Last month, he released The Ones That Got Away on vinyl for Record Store Day. It was issued via his recently launched record label Round Records.

The Ginger Wildheart Band 2016 UK tour

Jul 12: Bristol Exchange
Jul 13: Leicester Musician
Jul 15: Glasgow Stereo
Jul 16: Aberdeen Underdog
Jul 18: Manchester Deaf Institute
Jul 19: Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
Jul 20: Cambridge Portland Arms

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