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In his native Canada, he is widely regarded as ‘a legend in the making’ …and when Petunia & The Vipers last hit these shores they blew the socks off everyone who came out to see them on their first ever UK and Ireland tour. After wowing 1000 revellers at Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket and playing ‘live’ on BBC Radio 3’s World On 3 programme, broadcast from the city’s Royal Concert Hall, they hit the road and left a trail of exhilarated music lovers, promoters and venue bookers in their wake as they zipped around the country like a tornado.
Pre-tour publicity says we should all prepare for the kind of jolt that’s normally delivered by a lightning bolt. When the band crossed the border recently and worked its way down the US highways to Los Angles, America thought a hurricane had just blown through. Phil Alvin of The Blasters loved the show so much, he jumped on stage and sang along!
The band is this time being flown in from Vancouver for their biggest ever UK tour with quite a reputation to support. Expect some of the best honky tonk you have ever heard, alongside roots-of-country fare that sounds as authentic as any.
These are just some of the quotes that emerged from their last UK appearances:
‘Incredibly entertaining’ - Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2
‘Rockabilly with chutzpah, country crooning with style’ – The Daily Express
‘Sizzling…an outstanding experience’ – Maverick magazine
‘Truly wonderful high, lonesome crooning and driving rootsy rockabilly’ – Sarah Coxson, deputy editor, fRoots magazine