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TRIBE Sheffield confirmed

Toy Hearts

The Sheffield date for Dom's TRIBE whisky and music festival has now been confirmed. The festival is to take place on Thursday May 1st at Plug, Matilda Street, Sheffield.

Bands confirmed for Sheffield include TRIBE Leicester headliners The Toy Hearts, who will be following up their album 'Whiskey' with a new EP, Troubadour Rose and Leicester singer songwriter Paul McClure.

In Sheffield Jefferson Boss and his sizeable Sheffield Whisky Club will be putting their weight to Sheffield TRIBE.

Tickets are £10.00 in advance or £12.00 on the door - to include six whisky vouchers.
Tickets are available from Jefferson Boss of Starmore Boss on Sharrowdale Road, Sheffield -
email:
or from Dom -
or from the venue -

The Norwich Event
The TRIBE whisky and music festival was staged in Norwich for the first time at the end of March - to unanimous critical acclaim. The event, which saw four bands performing at The Talk in Oak Street, included a three hour whisky festival at which more than 60 different whiskies were tasted. Many of the people attending had never tried a range of whiskies before, or held the view they didn’t like it. But with guidance from The TRIBE team - Dom, and members of his VIP Whisky Club - several surprised themselves when trying a range of world whiskies which covered England, Wales, France, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden America, Canada and South Africa. Favourites on the evening included South African grain whisky Bain’s; Discovery Road Smile, Dom’s Dutch rye; NZ Company Doublewood; the new English Whisky company’s Chapter 13 and the heavily peaked Chapter 15; Sullivan’s Cove Doublewood.
Entertaining the crowds as they sampled whisky was the very talented Steve Arlene, who played a mixed acoustic set covering all roots bases.
Then once the festival part of the evening was over the touring acts took to the stage. Troubadour Rose are indeed troubadours, choosing to play rather than cancel after front person Bryony cut the tip off her finger and couldn’t play guitar. They play a folky strand of new country music, with a unique whimsy and a depth and maturity in their music.
The Redland Palomino Company are a superb country rock outfit with an enviable back catalogue of catchy Americana and they were brilliant, mixing songs from their new and yet to be released album with a gutsy, driving set of band favourites. A delight from start to finish.
And the evening was wrapped up by Vagaband, something of a local institution and a superb live act. They are a United Nations of a band, a bohemian eight piece group that have touches of Manu Negra or Les Negresses Vertes, throwing in Hispanic, Irish, Cajun and Creole influences as a backdrop to Jose’s husky world weary vocal style.

See Norwich Blog’s full review and pics HERE

The Toy Hearts

What is TRIBE?

Tribe is a whisky lifestyle for folk who want to kick back in a laid back, fun, fuss free, image free, non cool way. It is the antithesis of fashionista-fuelled, sharp-suited, chap glam - a place where anyone can drop in for a drink, hears some sounds and join us in a celebration of normalacy.

WE ARE:
World whisky, country music, Bollywood, Irish whiskey, ceilidhs, country rock music, Elvis including fat Elvis, Moseley Shoals, Rye, Cajun and Creole music, great Scotch, heavy rock, bluegrass, bourbon, Buena Vista, pistoleros, blues, African dance, hoolies and swing.
And in my case, Leicester City, The All Blacks & lots of chili

WE ARE NOT:
Bothered.

Redlands

Redlands Palamino Company

Troubadour Rose

Troubadour Rose

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