Steve Bonham and The Long Road – American Wilderness Odyssey Tour

Sat 30th October, 2021
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)
Steve Bonham and The Long Road - American Wilderness Odyssey Tour

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Renegade Americana music and storytelling

Join three guys on an incredible journey, searching for the moonshine, myth and madness of the American Wilderness. An evening of stories and songs. Tales of outlaws, ghost towns, the emigrant, the doomed lover, the extraordinary lives of ordinary people, real and imagined. Written from the nitty-gritty experience of month-long treks and road trips, off the main strip, along the backwoods and byways of the southern states of America, Steve Bonham and The Long Road bring to life the songs and stories from their acclaimed American Wilderness Odyssey album and its companion book.

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Join @TheLongRoadBand on an incredible journey, searching for the moonshine, myth and madness of the American Wilderness. An evening of stories and songs celebrating the extraordinary lives of ordinary people, real and imagined.

Quotes about Steve Bonham and The Long Road

“Ambitious, hypnotic, brooding, infused with sadness and joy, capturing the panorama of its physical and emotional canvas … irresistible.” – Mike Davies, Fatea Magazine

“Everything about Steve Bonham and The Long Road is out of the ordinary.” – Maverick Magazine

“The outlaw songsmiths… employ a renegade-Anglo touch to make Americana great again… but they’re less world-weary, more foot down hard with raw whisky energy.” – RnR Magazine

“Make no mistake about it! Steve Bonham and The Long Road are a British band, but their interpretation of American styles is tantamount to anything their transatlantic brethren have released in recent years.” – Indie Source Radio

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