Red Guitars

The Old Woollen, Sunny Bank Mills, 83- 85 Town Street, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5UJ

£17.50+Booking Fee. Doors 7pm.

Marking 40 years since their totemic first single “Good Technology”, the Red Guitars original line up will be hitting the road again with a set featuring the early singles and songs from the “Slow To Fade” album.

Red Guitars were formed around the pairing of Jeremy Kidd (vocals) and Hallam Lewis (guitarist) and quickly built a loyal following in their home town of Hull before launching an assault on the Indie charts with a series of releases on their own Self Drive Records label that saw them earn renown in the UK and abroad.

Forging their own sound with a unique mix of infectious rock and African rhythms, the band recorded a series of memorable sessions for John Peel on BBC Radio 1, supported the Smiths on their breakthrough UK tour and appeared on Tyne Tees TV’s The Tube and the BBC's Whistle Test.