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Drink Up Thy Cider: the Wurzels are coming to the Subs

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The Wurzels as always will bring their celebration of all things Scrumpy n’ Western – a genre packed full of double entendre, mainstream parody, and a comical folk style. 

Signed to label heavyweights Columbia and EMI, The Wurzels continue to play 100`s of sell-out shows and festivals every year and insist on returning to Gloucestershire!

Their quintessentially West Country cover of Kaiser Chiefs’ ‘Ruby’ has been a massive show favourite of late, as well as hip hop versions of the ubiquitous originals. West Country icons travel to see these West Country heroes.

The Wurzels are an English scrumpy and Western band from Somerset, well known for their number one hit single The Combine Harvester and number three single I Am A Cider Drinker.

The band is made up of Tommy Banner, Pete Budd, John Morgan and Sedge Moore, who together released a long list of albums over the years, including Greatest Hits, Christmas records and live LPs.

Tickets are priced from just £21.50+BF and are on sale, so please add Friday, November 12 to your diaries now. Tickets available here: https://thesubrooms.co.uk/whats-on/wurzels-115

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