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The Ruby Tuesdays

appearing at

Head Of Steam

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear

Easter Saturday

19:00 - 23:00

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Description

Rock n roll band from Blackburn, gritty guitars and powerful vocals to blow the chart music out of your ears.

Formed by Tucker, Baird and Barnsey through a shared love of music and a drive to write and perform their own material. Matty later joined on bass and The Ruby Tuesdays began gigging and creating material to later release their debut EP. They have gained a loyal fan base in their home town of Clitheroe as well as in larger citites such as Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield. Their single 'Messiah Complex' was featured on the online music magazine 'Record of The Day' for 3 consecutive days, a rare occurrence for an unsigned band. This gained them interest from third parties and a drive to write more material in the hopes to eventually release an album.
With plenty of gigs in the Lancashire area under their belts as well as gigs in Manchester, Leeds and London, The Ruby Tuesdays are well adhered to playing live music and have thusly received media attention from The Lancashire Telegraph, The Clitheroe Advertiser and Ribble FM.

Head Of Steam

Venue Type

Pub

Description

Situated right across from Newcastle Central Station, The Head of Steam Newcastle has gained notoriety for hosting the best in up-to-the-minute music and is constantly recognised as being one of the best bars in the city. Combining both the bars welcoming atmosphere and warm surroundings with an emphasis on musical brilliance the Head of Steam Newcastle has proved a popular breeding ground for talent including early appearances from bands including the Arctic Monkeys, Maximo Park and The Futureheads.

The upstairs bar was refurbished in September 2015, and is packed with great craft beers, cask ales, sharing bottles, and beers from across the globe!

Facing the central railway station this is an unusual pub in that there's nothing on the ground floor.

Upstairs is the main bar with six cask beers, three real ciders and a good selection of continental draught beers.

Downstairs is one of the most popular live and recorded music venues in the city centre, no draught products in music venue, extensive range of cans and bottles.

Live Music (18+ Venue)

The Ruby Tuesdays + Palm Beach + The Phosphenes.

2 Neville Street,

Newcastle upon Tyne,

Tyne and Wear,

England,

NE1 5EN.


0191 230 4236

Dog FriendlyBarFood ServedCask AleFree Wi-Fi

Admission Fee: £3

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