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BLACK STAR RIDERS Discuss The Support For UK Tour

Having already stormed the UK album chart at no.6 with Heavy Fire in February and played a sold out European tour, the UK autumn shows will be another highpoint in a triumphant 2017 for Black Star Riders. The Planet Rock Presents tour opens at Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall on Wednesday 8th November and calls in at Edinburgh, Warrington, Hull, Middlesbrough, Sheffield, Leicester and Cambridge before wrapping up at Portsmouth Pyramids on Sunday 19th November.

“There’s nothing more exciting than playing live”, says singer Ricky Warwick. “Black Star Riders are absolutely thrilled to get back out in the U.K. A wonderful way to round out a great year!” 

And as if the prospect of seeing Black Star Riders in their blistering live glory wasn’t enough to tempt you, the sensational support bill boasts Blue Pills, Tax The Heat and Dirty Thrills.

Ricky and Damon recently sat down to chat about the forthcoming tour and the bands that are supporting them on this run of dates. Watch the trailer above

COMING UNDER HEAVY FIRE – NOVEMBER 2017

Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall – Wed 8th
Edinburgh Queens Hall – Thu 9th
Warrington Parr Hall – Fri 10th
Hull University of Hull – Sun 12th
Middlesbrough Empire – Tue 14th
Sheffield O2 Academy – Wed 15th
Leicester O2 Academy – Thu 16th
Cambridge Junction – Sat 18th
Portsmouth Pyramids – Sun 19th

Formed in 2012, BLACK STAR RIDERS signed their first contract with Nuclear Blast Entertainment in the same year. Under the banner of the independent label, the band released three critically acclaimed albums: All Hell Breaks Loose, The Killer Instinct and Heavy Fire.

BLACK STAR RIDERS’ latest album Heavy Fire gained worldwide success reaching: #6 UK in the National chart, #11 in the German National chart, #91 in the USA Current Top Albums. Order Heavy Fire on CD, Vinyl or Picture Disc from Recordstore.co.uk

Ticket details and all things Black Star Riders related can be found here 

 

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