Rackhouse Pilfer head to UK for dates

Stomping Irish Americana-bluegrass sextet Rackhouse Pilfer have announced an extensive UK tour from March 11-April 2, performing songs from their acclaimed 2014 album “Love and Havoc”, where they’ll also be previewing material from their anticipated third album, due for release in the summer. It’s been recorded with producer Gareth Jones (Grizzly Bear, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Josh T. Pearson).  Here’s those dates along with a clip from the band so you can whet your whistle, try before you buy as it were. 

Rackhouse Pilfer UK Dates – 2017

Sun 12 March – Birmingham – Ceol Castle, St. Patrick’s Day Parade (afternoon & late shows)
Tue 14 March – Bangor – Blue Sky Café
Wed 15 March – Settle – Victoria Hall
Thu 16 March – Bury – The Met, The Box
Fri 17 March – Liverpool – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Music Room
Sat 18 March – Paisley – The Bungalow
Sun 19 March – Edinburgh – House Concert
Mon 20 March – Newcastle upon Tyne – The Cluny 2
Tue 21 March – New Galloway – Catstrand
Wed 22 March – Kirkby Fleetham, N. Yorks. – House Concert
Fri 24 March – St Ishmaels, Pembrokeshire – St Ishmaels Sports & Social Club
Sat 25 March – Fareham – Ashcroft Arts Centre
Sun 26 March – Shoreham-by-Sea – Ropetackle Arts Centre
Tue 28 March – Milton Keynes – The Stables, Stage 2
Wed 29 March – Maidenhead – Norden Farm Centre for the Arts
Thu 30 March – London – Nell’s Jazz & Blues
Fri 31 March – Bath – Chapel Arts Centre
Sat 1 March – Witheridge, nr. Tiverton – Witheridge Parish Hall
Sun 2 March – Constantine, nr. Falmouth – Tolmen Centre

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Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 19 years and still feels like this is his pretend job, mainly because it is.

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