Following Saturday’s blinding show with Tyrannosaurus Nebulous and Buzzard, Harlequin’s Kiss have been asked to headline at Ye Olde Foundry on 7th June 2019. Supporting acts are currently to be confirmed. What we can say is that the show will start at 9pm and run until midnight, and that the show will be free entry. Ye Olde Foundry is on King Street, Dudley, DY2 8NY.
Harlequin’s Kiss have been added at to the bill for the second heat of Birmingham’s Metal 2 the Masses competition. It’s happening tomorrow, Sunday 10th March, in the Hammer & the Anvil at 6pm. Join us, Silence the Crows, Last Agony and Tumanduumband for a wild night showcasing the best of Birmingham metal. The more support we get, the more likely we are to get into the semi finals.
The Hammer & the Anvil is on Priory Queensway, Birmingham B4 7LL. Entry is £5.
On 13th April 2019, Harlequin’s Kiss will be joining Tyrannosaurus Nebulous and Buzzard for a night of pure rock fury. Details are TBC, but we’re told that the night is going to be free entry. Some of you may remember T. Nebulous from Mayday Meltdown II a few years ago, when we debuted our EP, Playing Rough.
Tyrannosaurus Nebulous are a four piece hard rock band from Stourbridge in the Black Country. They released their face melting E.P. ‘Deal With My Evil’ to rave reviews and extensive worldwide radio airplay. The single ‘TLK’ was playlisted on the UK’s leading rock radio station, Planet Rock for 8 weeks.
Buzzard are increasingly earning a strong reputation for being a live act that not only provide a tight energetic performance, but also encourage fun crowd engagement. Buzzard are an ever evolving interesting live band and pack a big musical punch for three passionate individuals, whom offstage are very approachable down to earth people who love to hang out with fans, meet amazing new people and enjoy good music.
Ye Olde Foundry is on King St, Dudley DY2 8NY
Harlequin’s Kiss are delighted to announce that our show at the Woodman in Birmingham will be opened by Wakening the Hollow, a Birmingham based post-hardcore band looking to make some crazy sounds and loud noises!
They join a line-up that includes Black Country blues rockers Tear It Down. This is shaping up to be an epic night – and best of all: it’s free to get in!
The Woodman is on New Canal Street, Birmingham, B5 5LG. Doors open at 7.30pm on 9th February 2019.
As if our first headline show of the year couldn’t get any bigger, we’re pleased to announce that we’ll be joined by special guests Tear It Down. The Tear It Down crew have shared a stage with us twice before (supporting Fear Me December at the Haygate in Telford, and at one of our headline shows at the Roadhouse in Birmingham), and bring a guaranteed balls-to-the-wall hard rock show with them. Join us for what promises to be a huge night of pure Black Country rock on 9th February in the Woodman at 7.30pm. It’s free entry.
The Woodman is on New Canal Street, Birmingham, B5 5LG
Harlequin’s Kiss are pleased to announce their first headline shows for 2019.
On Saturday 9th February, the band will be performing at a new venue, the Woodman in Birmingham city centre. The function room in the upper floor of this venue has a capacity of 50, which will make for an intimate performance where you can get up close and personal with the band. The pub has a friendly atmosphere and a range of guest ales. The pub is open from noon, and the show will start at 7.30pm. Entry to the show will be free. Guest artists will be announced in the New Year. The Woodman is located on New Canal Street (near Millennium Point), B5 5LG.
On Saturday 2nd March, we will finally make our debut at the Barge & Barrel in Tipton. Regulars at the venue will be familiar with us from appearances at their monthly open mic nights, and we’re pleased to be able to treat you to an extended version of our show. We’ll be taking the stage at 9pm, and this will also be a free entry event. The Barge & Barrel is on Bloomfield Road, DY4 9AJ.
JBJ Entertainment have announced support for our upcoming show in aid of Cancer Research at Ye Olde Foundry in Dudley. “Thirsty for Music” will take place on 29th November at 8pm and entry is free.
Giant and the Georges
Zingy hook lines, tangy riffs and vocal harmonies sweeter than honey. Giant and the Georges are dynamic performers, who specialise in composing peculiar yet annoyingly catchy tunes!
Molly-Anne is a young and upcoming musician from Gloucestershire, looking to make an positive impact. With a soulful, country inspired sound fused with elements of indie folk, Molly accompanies herself on the harmonica and acoustic guitar.
Danny McMahon has written commercially for paramount songwriting for a number of years but never saw himself on the front line until he attending Country2Country Festival, London in March 2017. The experience led him to write lyrics that he felt he could only communicate due to the honest and personal nature of his new authentic and melodic sound.
Ye Olde Foundry is on King Street, Dudley, DY2 8NY
We’re pleased to confirm that LiveWire have announced the full line-up for this Saturday’s show at the Giffard Arms in Wolverhampton.
In addition to White Tyger and Harlequin’s Kiss, the bill will also include:
Mystiek – a Hard Rock/Metal band based in the West Midlands, each member is extremely passionate about what they do, and together they aspire to do great things.
Seize the Void – Re-inventing hard rock for a 21st Century audience.
The show is on 3rd November at 7pm. Advance tickets are £5 and available here.
The Giffard Arms is at 64 Victoria Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3NX.
Harlequin’s Kiss are pleased to announce two shows in the Black Country for November.
First, we’re a late addition to the White Tygër show at Wolverhampton’s live music venue and premier rock pub, the Giffard Arms on 3rd November. Doors open at 7pm and advance tickets are available here for £5.
White Tygër are a hard rocking tribute to Classic Rock covering some of the greatest rock anthems ever written old and new. The band is made up from members of 2 very popular originals bands ‘Dementia’ and ‘The Remedy’, their powerful sound and exciting stage show will pull you into the party and make you never wanna leave. Expect songs from AC/DC, Guns N Roses, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Poison, Steel Panther, Motorhead, Thin Lizzy and many, many more.
The Giffard Arms is at 64 Victoria Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3NX.
Later in the month, we will be taking the stage at Ye Olde Foundry in Dudley for a Cancer Research charity show on 29th November. Entry well be free, and bands will start from 9pm, although the venue will be open from 2pm. We’ll post details of additional bands as we get them.
Ye Olde Foundry is on King Street, Dudley, DY2 8NY.
Harlequin’s Kiss are joining an absolutely huge line-up at Birmingham’s famous live music venue, The Flapper (recently given a temporary reprieve by developers), on 28th September 2018 at 7.30pm. In an evening titled “A Kiss with Destiny”, the serial show-stealers will be opening a night that includes their old friends Stonehouse Jack, along with Mistrusted and Rebel’s Kiss. Everything is aligning to make this a legendary gig, and you can be there for a mere pittance at £5.
Tickets are available online at ent24.com or save on booking fees by buying your tickets direct from Harlequin’s Kiss. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebel’s Kiss is a rock-pop originals band in the West Midlands formed by Suz in Feb ’18. Working with Ryan Lowry, Managing Director at So Called Studios as her writing & production partner, Suz brings original songs from her life experience in the last years into a lively and punchy set, with 4 other brilliant musicians.
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Stonehouse Jack are a Birmingham based rock band playing soaring guitar and melodic rhythm with grunge, blues and punk overtones to nourish your rock-loving ears. With a music video and EP in the bag, crowdfunded online, and produced and engineered by George Shilling, the band has recently hit the gig circuit with their twist on classic rock.
Mistrusted are three happy-go lucky souls from grimy Wolverhampton with a healthy contempt for authority and establishment bullshit who still believe in sonic sedition.
The Flapper is on Kingston Row, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 2NU