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appearing at

The Arden Inn

Accrington, Lancashire

21:30 - 00:30

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Blues Funk Rock


Don’t let the tag of ‘Blues band’ mislead you.

RAMSHACKLE may have their roots firmly in that compass but their performances reveal so many other influences from funk to hard Americana and straight up British rock ’n’ roll.

This four piece guitar driven band hail from the North West of England where collectively they can tally up about 130 years of entertaining with tours of the UK, Europe, Scandinavia and Canada amongst their individual credits plus some credible moments sharing the stage with an eclectic resume of household names.

They play a stunning mix of covers and original songs that will both surprise you and get your feet tapping and your head nodding along from the first note to the last chord.

Frontman Simon Noble is a captivating guitarist with a gritty and determined voice, whilst the Hammond organ and piano of Andy Lewis complemented with his soulful voice add a really unique backing to the band’s hard rocking blues sound.

The powerhouse rhythm section of Craig Robinson’s bass and Peter Thomas's drums will hit you right in the chest and you’ll find yourself playing air guitar and table drums to numbers that you know and some you don’t know, but you’ll think that you do.

Don’t miss them!

The Arden Inn

Venue Type



We are a warm and friendly pub that offers a fantastic range of refreshing beers and ales, which are all served by our welcoming and friendly staff. There is also a wide range of entertainment on offer including pool, darts as well as other fantastic events.

85 Abbey Street,




BB5 1EH.

07518 563 663

Dog FriendlyBarCask AleDart BoardPool TableLive Sports on TVSmoking Area

Free Admission

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