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From Friday 28th February - Sunday 1st March 2020, Planet Rock are descending on Sandford Holiday Park, Poole for their fourth edition of Winter's End. In keeping with the ethos of previous Winter's End festivals, the focus of the weekend is to highlight great new and upcoming rock and blues bands, as well as some of those who paved the way.
Please visit www.planetrock.com/events/planet-rock-live/winters-end-2020/winters-end-2020/ for more information.
Those Damn Crows are a Rock n Roll band from Bridgend, South Wales.
A five-strong outfit based in the Cambridge are of the UK, The Treatment are tender in years, but you'd never guess that from the quality of their song-writing or the confident swagger of their live show.
Combining the drive of early Def Leppard with the song-writing ability of prime UFO and Thin Lizzy, the whole thing underpinned by the sort of low-slung riffing redolent of early Aerosmith or G n' R, The Treatment are unashamedly inspired by an era when rock bands looked like rock bands and were generally intent on causing a stir (both onstage and off); an era when the lifestyle was important, when music was everything and when vinyl was king.
A rock and soul four piece band from Cardiff.
'Channeling the big sound and emotional push and pull of Fleetwood Mac at their height. Exquisite rock and soul'
Classic Rock Magazine
Hertfordshire-born Danny Bryant is a guitar protégé of the American blues guitarist, Walter Trout. In 1994, at the age of fourteen, Bryant first met Trout at one of his concerts in Cambridge. The two have remained close friends for the past twenty years. In May 2014, when Trout underwent a liver transplant in Omaha, Nebraska, he was in no condition to tour his new studio album “The Blues Came Callin”. He asked Bryant to front his band and tour America. Bryant continues to perform songs from Walter, plus songs from his own 'Temperature Rising' album. 'Temperature Rising' is edgier, fiercer and rockier than his previous albums, but still has its roots steeped in the blues.
"They pummel much like actual Pistons! Great band and tracks!" - Classic Rock Magazine
"Great new single, getting plenty of attention and air play PISTON!" - Paul Anthony, Planet Rock
"Every single day I get tweets and emails about this group from people asking for more, back by popular demand, Piston!" - Wyatt, Planet Rock
"Great bluesy riffs, Steve's got a great voice! I can see why they won now!" - Johnny Doom, Kerrang!
"The guitarists slay! The sort of riffs that would go down in rock history! I love it. - Alex Baker, Kerrang!
Tomorrow is Lost are 'the' next hard rock band hailing from Newcastle Upon Tyne. Formed in 2017 and undeniably 'destined for great things' Tomorrow Is Lost have firmly made their presence known right across the UK. All 3 singles released to date have garnered radio air play across all the major rock radio stations and have been played in the US, Canada, Australia and right across Europe.
The band are in the studio August 2019 to record their highly anticipated debut album. With bookings right though 2020 already Including Planet Rocks Winters End 2020) and a UK/EU tour in its planning stages this band are earning their reputation as one of the Hardest Working bands around.
‘If this was an American band then there is a very real possibility that Metal Hammer would already have had them on the cover’ (Maximum Volume Music)
Northern Irish rock band.
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