We’re really pleased to reveal a never-been-seen-before, live acoustic version of When My Ship Comes In from our debut album ‘Hour Of Need’, recorded at our favourite intimate hometown venue Knutsford Little Theatre. Filmed by Jonathon Farber and edited by Neil McCartney, sound recording is by Jim Broughton and Tony Pickering.
We’re delighted to announce we’ve been selected to play on the main stage at the prestigious Wigan Diggers festival on Saturday 7th September! They have put together a fantastic line up this year of folk and roots acts including Harp and a Monkey and headliners The Men They Couldn’t Hang.
It promises to be a great family friendly day out with live music and poetry historical re-enactment, speakers’ corner, educational talks, film showings and all day children’s entertainment. Over 50 stalls to browse, a beer tent with an excellent choice of locally brewed real ales and it’s FREE entry! Come and join us!
We’re thrilled to announce that we will be playing at Chris Evans’s Carfest North in Bolesworth in Cheshire on Sunday 28th July. Headliners this year include Clean Bandit, Tom Odell and Texas and it promises to be fantastic weekend of music, food and er …cars!
A huge thanks to Mike Davies from Folking.com the esteemed online magazine for all things folk, roots and Americana for giving Gaslight Roses a glowing review.
“Sometimes, faced with a deluge of releases from top line emergent Americana talent from the US and Canada, it’s sometimes easy to overlook the stars shining in our own backyard. This is an excellent reminder why we shouldn’t.”
To read the full review follow the link here
Here’s a never been seen before, live acoustic version of Meet Me At Kiki’s from our latest album ‘Gaslight Roses’, recorded at our favourite intimate hometown venue Knutsford Little Theatre. Filmed by Jonathon Farber and edited by Neil McCartney, sound recording is by Jim Broughton and Tony Pickering.