Wagons are now well and truly road-hardened, still covered in blisters from their recent mammoth thirty date tour of their latest album The Rise and Fall of Goodtown. The combined success of album sales (since release in April The Rise and Fall of Goodtown has sold three times more than their previous efforts) and their rollicking live shows has seen the Melbourne group become one of the hottest tickets around the country. Wagons were already a formidable force, but with this latest record and current live show, something greater has emerged.
The band has had to sit through an uncomfortable and restless hiatus before embarking on a tour of the country in support of Justin Townes Earle and an appearance at One Movement in WA. After which, the band will be ready to hit the road again to promote their new single ‘Drive All Night ‘til Dawn’. This will be the last chance to see Wagons in an intimate, up close and sweaty room before festival appearances over summer at Meredith Music Festival and Falls Festival.
Henry Wagons and band summon the blackest hearts of outlaw entertainers, combining it with the spring in the step and charm of the freshest Vegas showmen. Evoking the spirit of a foggy and dark Wild West, Wagons are preparing to make the floorboards rock and tremble again in your town.
‘Drive All Night ‘Till Dawn’ Oct/Nov Tour
Thursday Oct 29 – Wheatsheaf Hotel, Adelaide SA
Friday Oct 30 – Wheatsheaf Hotel, Adelaide SA
Monday Nov 2 – NSC, Melbourne VIC ** (Cup Eve)
Monday Nov 3 – NSC, Melbourne VIC ** (Cup Day Matinee show)
Thursday Nov 5 – Clarendon Guesthouse, Katoomba NSW
Friday Nov 6 – Hopetoun Hotel, Sydney NSW
Saturday Nov 7 – Transit Bar, Canberra ACT
Sunday Nov 8 – Beach Rd Hotel, Bondi NSW
Wednesday Nov 11 – Tattersalls Hotel, Lismore QLD
Friday Nov 13 – X&Y, Brisbane QLD
Saturday Nov 14 – Bon Amici’s, Toowoomba QLD
Saturday Nov 21 – National Hotel, Geelong VIC
Saturday Nov 28 – Republic Bar, Hobart TAS
Drive All Night ‘Till Dawn at radio and TV October 6th, complete with a cover of Melbourne friend QUA and a re-visioning of the crowd pleaser ‘Keep Your Eyes Off My Sister’
Photo by Lyndon Photographics.