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Local bands travel north of the border


TWO bands with Warrington connections, both hotly tipped for success in the coming year, are heading off to play a date together in Edinburgh next week.
It will be the first time either band has played in Scotland.
The Zangwills (above) includes 18-year-old bassist Ed Dowling, a former Lymm High School pupil who lives at Thelwall.
Also in the band are Jake Vickers and Adam Spence, from Chester and Sam Davies from Northwich
Support band is 32 tens (below), with Max Vickers (no relation to Jake) as frontman.
He previously lived at Lymm and attended Ravenbank Primary, later attending Bridgewater High School when his family moved to Stockton Heath.
The other three members, Danny Hall, Roy Muscott and Sam Glancy all attended Lymm High School.
Danny has had some previous mainstream chart success with pop-punk band Son of Dork.
Max Vickers was a semi-finalist on The Voice in 2017.
The Zangwills, aged 18 and 19, have enjoyed much success both on streaming platforms and on the live circuit, headline venues across the North West, most recently at Manchester’s Gorilla in November.
32 tens were named recently as having a track in the Top 10 most streamed songs on Spotify’s Indie lists for last year.  


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