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ROCK fans are set for a ‘wild’ night out after a town centre bar announced the biggest gig in its history.
Bar Metro will play host to an acoustic show by The Wildhearts next month, in what they say is a big coup for Bolton’s live music scene.
The band had a number of top 40 hits in the 1990s, including I Wanna Go Where the People Go, Caffeine Bomb and Sick of Drugs. Q was also greeted by huge critical acclaim in the rock press.
Their 1993 debut album was named the best of the year by Kerrang magazine, and follow-up P. At the height of their popularity the band played to thousands at the Reading Festival and Donnington Monsters of Rock as well as packing out their own shows at venues up and down the country. was released in 2009 have split up several times over the course of a career spanning nearly 30 years.
Rock magazine Raw even declared Ginger ‘The World’s Finest Songwriter’ in a 1994 review of fan-club album Fishing for Luckies. But to the delight of their devoted fans have always reformed to release records which span the sonic spectrum from catchy pop to furious noise.
The band’s sound is defined by the vocal harmonies and crunching riffs of frontman/songwriter Ginger and guitarist CJ, and the duo will play a selection of the band’s best-loved songs at the Bradshawgate bar on Sunday, December 10.
Andy Morris, manager at Bar Metro, said he was ‘buzzing’ in anticipation of the show.
He said: “It’s the biggest gig of the year for us, we are going to be full to capacity.
Mr Morris said: “We got the gig because, as a venue, we are quite a Wildhearts shrine.” “They’re a band that’s had a tempestuous life – they’ve had a lot of ups and downs and more break-ups than someone in Eastenders, but they seem to be happy and contented now.“They’re possibly the best band ever, in my opinion – obviously along with Wolfsbane – they are lovely guys , and you find with the old-school in rock are really decent guys.“They’ve had loads of top 40 singles, things like Geordie in Wonderland – but most of their songs don’t have very family friendly titles!” Mr Morris hopes bringing in The Wildhearts and forthcoming gigs by Wolfsbane and The Last Great Dreamers could usher in a new era of top live music in Bolton.“It’s going to be fantastic, a night with a fantastic atmosphere.