Multi-million record selling artist Henry Priestman will play at The Prince Albert in Rodborough on May 7th.
Henry wrote the classic songs Ideal world, Forgotten Town and When the finger points. He recorded and performed these songs with The Christians who he joined after having success with Liverpool indie band Yachts.
While with Yachts Henry toured with the Sex Pistols in 1977 and The Who in 1979 while being signed to legendary STIFF record label.
Henry has a long list of credits playing sessions with The Lightening seeds, Johnny Marr and Echo and the Bunnymen. It’s not often we get the chance to see such a legend of the Liverpool music scene in the wonderful Prince Albert in Stroud.
Any profit from the gig will go to The Trinity Rooms Community Hub whose work in Stroud is making a real difference. Tickets can be purchased from www.eventbrite.co.uk