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Not many bands can return from a debut North American tour with The Who and claim standing ovations at every show. SLYDIGS have certainly made a mark across the pond with a mix of 60s power pop and 70s punk rebellion. Throw in a bit of glam rock and you’re getting there…
Evoking ‘the good time’ rock ‘n’ roll with their anthems, the four-piece are wowing audiences worldwide. Frontman and co-founder Dean Fairhurst, is driven by the need to “express our own obsessions with The Clash, The Stones and The Beatles to create our own legacy”.
Fresh from touring with The Who Slydigs were again invited to tour with Vintage Trouble often sharing the stage with lead guitarist Nalle Colt for a show-stopping rendition of Hey Joe.
Yes, here in the overlooked North where the desolate shell of a dead industrial empire hangs heavy, Slydigs bring light, hope and an adrenalin shock of lust, love and charisma. Just when you may think that rock’ n ‘roll is dead, here comes a band to fill you with dreams and hope…
“With energy to boot, the band are a tornado of great indie music from thudding drum beats and riffs that makes it impossible to keep still” – The 100 Club, London
“The swagger of Jagger with blistering blues and thrilling pop” – This Feeling
Ten years before the guitars, before the gigs, before the guest lists, this band fought laughed and cried together. They are brothers and you can see it, feel it, hear it in every note. They have a zest for life that shines through with every chord they play and sing. Songs that are relevant no matter where you come from or what social class you belong to.
Slydigs’ ship sails straight and true on waves of pure blues and rock ‘n’ roll.