The antics of the band make for a fun filled night but most of us are there for the songs and punk fuelled attitude that the sisters always bring to a show!
Camden Rocks presents the following newly announced shows
Interview by Adrian Hextall Big Boy Bloater & The Limits are getting some serious press at the moment. With great quotes and comments from artists and press alike, it’s no surprise that the big man of the British blues scene is making waves. “One of the great blues men of our time” – Jools Holland […]
It’s going to be manic, it’s going to be unique, and it packs & sells out each year so grab your tickets before you miss out!
Zebrahead, Black Spiders, Yuck & more confirmed for Camden Rocks 2016, Escape The Fate & We Are The Ocean Cancelled
Camden Rocks 2016 – undecided? Here’s the highlights from last year!
Hey! Hello! Too, Pledge Music, Round Records releases, Solo Acoustic shows, Electric shows, Festival appearances. 2016 looks to be busy for Mr Wildheart.
Camden Town has a reputation as a hotbed of musical talent. Chris McCormack started Camden Rocks in 2009 which saw The Libertines Pete Doherty and Carl Barat headline, alongside then up and coming talents Nine Black Alps, Young Guns, The Paddingtons, Black Spiders and Sonic Boom Six.
If you consider the British music scene and especially that around London, it’s very easy to play “6 degrees of Ginger Wildheart” as he seems to be linked to every band, promoter, solo artist and more around. Festival promoter Chris McCormack is the brother of Danny, once the bass player in The Wildhearts, Hollis J of the Love Zombies will also front Ginger’s Hey!Hello! project in their latest incarnation.