Glasgow band Three Blind Wolves will perform at Woodend Barn in Banchory on Saturday 25 August at 8pm.
Describing their style as country rock with a razor sharp edge, the four-piece band draw influences from Neil Young, Creedence Clearwater Revival and even Led Zeppelin.
They have been selling out venues across Scotland with their wild stage presence, transfixing harmonies and captivating performances and were recently voted Best Live Act at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards. Thee Blind Wolves’ mini-album ‘Sound of the Storm’ was released last year to critical acclaim and they appeared on the BBC Introducing Stage at T in the Park 2011.
Three Blind Wolves will be supported by a solo set from Steven Milne, frontman of Aberdeen indie-pop band The Little Kicks, who will perform his own pop/folk gems. Milne is a lynchpin in Aberdeen’s music scene, working as a musician, promoter and DJ in the city. Three Blind Wolves + Steven Milne, Saturday 25 August, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm) £8, £6 conc. in advance + bf £9, £7 conc. on the door + bf