The Ramblin’ Man Fair was the definitive highlight of my musical year in 2015 and with this year’s event seeing the addition of an extra stage, meaning even more excellent bands on the bill
When the cat is away, Inglorious will play. With Nathan James off chatting to others, our intrepid reporter, Karen Hetherington gets to talk to the rest of the band in a rare opportunity to talk about life on the road.
Following from a hugely successful inaugural year in 2015, Ramblin’ Man Fair returns in 2016. The festival is pleased to announce the second round of bands for this years festival!
New Line Up Announcement Sebastian Bach The Cadillac Three Ginger Baker’s Airforce 3 Purson, The Kentucky Headhunters, Headspace, Inglorious and The Zombies Following from a hugely successful inaugural year in 2015, Ramblin’ Man Fair returns in 2016. The festival is pleased to announce the second round of bands for next years festival! Already announced is […]
On the 40th anniversary of the seminal “Jailbreak” album and 30 years since the passing of Phil Lynott the only time Thin Lizzy will play the UK.
Arriving at the Ramblin Man Fair on Sunday with three young children in tow amidst heavy downpours, I have to confess my spirits were not high and I envisaged a total washout as dreams of us sitting on picnic blankets, sun beating down, listening to some great tunes quickly evaporated.
What a difference a day makes. So sang Renee Olstead in the classic song from yesteryear. The day before the inaugural Ramblin Man Fair, the heavens opened and it looked like it could all be a washout. Then, it’s rumoured, Klaus Meine steps forward, has a word with the powers that be, pointing out that Scorpions “don’t do rain” and the day they headline is an absolute dream. Hot sunny weather, the middle of a beautiful country park in the heart of Kent (The Garden of England), real ale on draught (Iron Maiden’s Trooper Ale), a real ale tent and 3 stages containing the best that Classic Rock, Progressive Rock and Outlaw Country music have to offer.