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Sun 18th Aug
Rugby Music Festival
@ Caldecott Park, Rugby
Featuring: Peerless Pirates, White Men Can't Funk, Jazz Morley, Stonefire, Kristy Gallacher, Hollie Aires, Fitz, Impact Dance, James Herring, Rochelle And The Nu Born Union, Nurse Roberts And The Medecine Man, Dirty Pool, Liquid Insanity, Lucy Taylor
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Rugby Music Festival: Peerless Pirates + White Men Can't Funk + Jazz Morley + Stonefire + Kristy Gallacher + Hollie Aires + Fitz + Impact Dance + James Herring + Rochelle And The Nu Born Union + Nurse Roberts And The Medecine Man + Dirty Pool + Liquid Insanity + Lucy Taylor
"The Pirates have been added to the excellent bill for this charity music festival in Rugby.
See www.rugbymusicfestival.org.uk./ for more information."
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Image © Dan Saunders
Peerless Pirates hail from middle England – somewhere between The Cotswolds and The M4 corridor should cover it – but nowhere near the coast surprisingly. Their sound is a marriage of catchy, energetic, up tempo, guitar driven songs with lyrics inspired by the everyday and tinged with splashes of history and naughtiness.
Peerless Pirates tour dates
Funk band from Rugby. If you're after a night of entertainment that will make you laugh, dance and sing along, then this is the band for you!
White Men Can't Funk tour dates
"Haunting vocals, oozing with the pain of heartache and beautifully humble production make Jazz's records an enthralling listen. A storming live presence leaves no excuse to miss the experience of seeing her live." - Music Week
Jazz Morley tour dates
A singer / songwriter from Rugby. Hollie started performing at the age of 6 in various Saturday school performances involving music, drama and dance. She later moved on to further her musical career by joining the Big Help Academy.
In summer 2011, Hollie began to teach herself to play the guitar - this opened many doors for her and since then she has performed at various prestigious events such as:
- Birmingham Gay Pride
- The Bedford Live
- Paddington Live
- Supporting Australian artist PRITA
- Folk on the Water Festival
Hollie Aires tour dates
Singer/Songwriter Sam Fitzpatrick fronts a collective of musicians and friends performing sincere and intricate acoustic/alternative folksong. With their wistfully folky sound, these boys bring a special sort of energy to their music, gracefully waltzing between the "get up and dance" and the "sit down and listen".
"Ace" - NME
"That's the way to do it!"
- Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music
"When you aren't listening to the lyrics you are transfixed with the music."
- Live Music Scene
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Venue: Caldecott Park
CV21 2QN 52.377468, -1.260781
→ Rugby 10 min walk