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Telford’s Warehouse is an independently run freehouse/bar/restaurant and a renowned music and arts venue. A fine balance of customer exists, attracted by it’s friendly staff, large open bar with exceptional selection of European beers, CAMRA rated cask conditioned ales and extensive wine list → MORE?

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April 19th, 2014
The Reads »

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Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

 

 

The Reads 2

It’s 3 years since The Reads released their debut album ‘Stories from the Border’ on an unforgettable launch night, right here at Telford’s Warehouse.

Having had fantastic support from the likes of BBC Radio Wales, Radio 2 & XFM… and with a huge helping hand from their following via Pledge Music, the band were finally able to return to the studio in 2013 to record their follow-up at Big Mushroom in Middlewich.

The new album has, once again, been produced and mixed by Jim Spencer (The Charlatans, The Vaccines, New Order), mastered by Frank Arkwright (Arcade Fire, The Smiths, Joy Division) but is very much Made in Wales (Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey, Maureen from Driving School).

The launch will be the first opportunity for you to get your hands on the album a full TWO DAYS before its digital release, with other, yet-to-be-thought-of goodies available on the night.

The Reads sincerely hope you can join them for music, beer and banter on what promises to be an Easter… cracker?!!

 

April 29th, 2014
Krystle Warren »

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£8.00 Tickets

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Krystal Warren

Soul-folk-jazz songstress from Kansas City, Missouri. Blessed not only with a voice that slides effortlessly from smoky depths to gilded heights, but also the ability to craft intoxicating songs of love and its loss, and to convey them to an audience with warmth and wit. “Warren’s talents are extraordinary. She has an octave-hopping voice that glides between languid and urgent, and music that hovers between funk, folk and jazz, between Jeff Buckley and Nina Simone… she’s the real deal” – The Observer.