with: The Foreign Quarter + The Lost Path
Monday 19 March 2018
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
£5 in advance £7 on the door
14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by a parent)
Worcestershire Community Record Label presents its first show
A true rock pedigree, delivering a snarlingly good set with plenty of bite since 2011, Dobermann have toured relentlessly, accruing over 650 shows in 15 countries and counting.
Despite having no record label, no booking agency or management, the band fronted by singer, bass player and firebreather Paul Del Bello, and completed by guitar player Valerio ‘Mohicano’ Ricciardi and drummer Antonio Burzotta, has also kept up consistent studio activity, releasing 3 albums and an EP in a mere 6 years.
Their latest album ‘Pure Breed’, assembled by renowned Guano Apes producer Fabio Trentini, and featuring guitar legend Bumblefoot as special guest, has scored excellent reviews all around the globe, and assured them successful tours with Richie Ramone, The Quireboys, Inglorious, Great White, Rocket From The Crypt and Chris Holmes to name a few.
Ripping through towns night after night, fuelled by relentless determination and a non-stop work ethic, the pirate ship known as Dobermann, is alive and well.
The Foreign Quarter are a 4 piece hard rock band from The Worcestershire area, playing heavy riff driven, melodic material
The Lost Path is now a six piece band from the rural border area of Herefordshire and Worcestershire with the band being formed in 2012. The Lost Path is somewhat unusual as we have five good quality singers within our ranks who all sing in vastly different styles ranging from hard/soft rock to a more mellow sound. The band which in recent years has played a number of local summer festivals and many pub/club gigs is comprised of Will Halfy Withers thumping the tubs, Metal Millie on keyboards/vocals, Pistol Pete on second guitar/backing vocals, Harley “the Hawk” Kester on lead guitar/vocals, Iron Mike on bass guitar/vocals and Lucitania our accomplished backing vocalist. The Lost Path play a massive spread of music ranging from the late 1960s up to the present day and which varies from Jeff Beck to Black Sabbath, and from Paramore to Lissie. The band also do a number of original/self-penned songs. We are looking forward to rocking out in the Marrs Bar again on Monday 19th March in support of Dobermann.