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“Sound of Warrington” show to go live online

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[WAM] – WarringtonMusic.co.uk – is looking to end 2017 with a bang at The Auctions Rooms, hosting a very special “Sound of Warrington” show.
The show on Saturday, December 16 – which also can be watched live on the WArringtonMusic.co.uk website – will also mark the three month countdown to the very special Parr Hall show hosted by WArringtonMusic.co.uk, to celebrate five years of the website.
Headlining the night are long-time supporters of [WAM], Priestley, who recently released their debut EP “No More Wasting Time”.
The band include Sam Allen and Matt Morley who balance their time with the band with their day jobs as actors, working alongside the likes of Johnny Depp and Benedict Cumberbatch!
Also playing the night is singer-songwriter Kye Jones, four piece alt/rock band 16 Jackals and punchy indie three-piece, The Capitals.
Free of charge tickets are available from the bands to guarantee entry or via the eventbrite website.
Students from Priestley College will be live mixing and filming all four sets which can be watched on the [WAM] website. Editor of [WAM], Lee Harman said: “This is truly a first for the town, having a multi camera broadcast of a show, available for people to watch live across the world, It will show that the present and future of music in Warrington, is in very safe hands.
“The future is looking bright for music in Warrington and no doubt with the news of the Neighbourhood Weekender coming to Victoria Park, eyes will be cast upon the town.”
Singer and guitarist, Sam Allen of Priestley says the band are thrilled to be headlining in their home town.
He said: “It’s really important to us to support the music scene in Warrington… Over the years we have shared stages with some truly talented home grown artists and we hope to continue that tradition come the 16th!
We’ve taken some time off over September as a band, but have exciting plans for December including a few headline gigs and another new song to record in the studio. We’re absolutely chuffed to be collaborating with [WAM] again, you guys pave the way for getting all things Wazza-Music related out there. And as for Priestley, we’ll always hold that college with high regard… It’s where we all met and was the birth of our music really.”
The show caps a great year for the local music website, which helped local artists be played across both 107.2 Wire FM, 1332 AM Radio Warrington, as well as at each Warrington Wolves Rugby League home fixture, bringing unsigned and upcoming artists to thousands of listeners. WArringtonMusic.co.uk also released its first compilation album in three years for the annual town centre Music Festival, which has seen 6500 downloads since May.

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