Who: Ryan Dooley (vox/guitar), David Cartwright (lead guitar), Jack Dooley (bass/vox), Will Heaney (drums)
Where: Stoke-On-Trent, UK
When: ND at 501 Studios, March 15th. 2:30pm sharp.
Why: High profile support slots with Morrissey and The Courteeners have given All The Young an immediate taste of the headline adulation their music so obviously craves. Smashing out of the Potteries with a string of gritty, anthemic singles last year, the band are leading a wave of new UK bands who are intent on shoving guitars back in the faces of an electronic obsessed era. SXSW will be the perfect opportunity to sample the band’s much anticipated debut album ‘Welcome Home’, which is due for release on April 2nd.
Check out the full details of Live4ever Media’s Two Fingered Salute II unofficial SXSW 2012 day party here.
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has said the band are hoping to put on a show which will surpass even their 2009 headline appearance at Glastonbury when they perform at London’s Hyde Park later this year.
Sonisphere organiser Stuart Galbraith has warned fans not to expect a ‘Freddie Mercury show’ when Queen headline the festival this summer, but is still predicting one of its best ever performances from the legendary British band.
Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson will be treading the boards towards the end of this year in a stage production of The War Of The Worlds, when he will take on the role originally played on stage by David Essex.
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