The Pagans S.O.H (Shepherds of Humanity) and HÜDS to play new live music night at The Bear Tavern on 7th February
Bearwood Promoters present the second in a series of monthly live music nights with West Brom’s The Pagans S.O.H (Shepherds of Humanity) headlining ‘Bear Grooves’ at The Bear Tavern, with support from Wolverhampton’s HÜDS, on Friday 7th February, from 8pm.
The Pagans bring their award-winning, explosive style to Bearwood to kick off 2020 for Bear Grooves. The band who won ‘Best Live Act’ at the inaugural Black Country Music Awards in 2019, and were described as the “Best new band I’ve seen for ages” by Chris Hawkins of BBC 6 MUSIC, are set to continue pleasing crowds and selling out bigger venues around the country this year with their unique mix of hip hop, punk, jazz, funk, metal and reggae! Keeping it local, high-energy, avant-garde rock outfit HÜDS are supporting.
Jez Collins, Bearwood Promoters, says:
Grassroots live music venues are the lifeblood of the music industry. It’s where bands and musicians learn their craft and where audiences get a first glimpse of the superstars of tomorrow.
Bear Grooves is proud to be bringing back regular live music to the legendary upstairs room at the Bear Tavern, where giants of music such as Judas Priest and Thin Lizzy have played. It’s going to be a great night.
Headline: The Pagans S.O.H
Time: 8pm – 12am
Date: Friday 7th February 2020
Venue: Upstairs at The Bear Tavern, 500 Bearwood Rd, Smethwick, West Midlands, B66 4BX
Tickets: £5 in advance / £6 on the door
Dress Restriction: None
Advance Tickets: ww2.theticketsellers.co.uk/pagan-soh-and-huds-at-bear-grooves
More information about Bearwood Promoters and Bear Grooves
Bearwood Promoters are a non-profit group of Bearwood music enthusiasts making music happen in Bearwood. They aim to develop and nurture a culturally rich musical environment that promotes a range of musical genres and supports a sustainable live music infrastructure in Bearwood. They host the Bearwood Shuffle, regular free to attend music events in the bandstand at Lightwoods Park, featuring some of the regions brightest new talent.
New for 2020, Bear Grooves will see new bands and old friends returning to Bearwood to bring the best in local and touring music to legendary venue The Bear Tavern. With support from the Arts Council England, the gigs, on the first Friday of the month, aim to support and build diverse audiences for live grassroots music.
Contact: Jez Collins 07787 513 113 or Matt Taylor 07971 548 376
Band Images credit: paulhusbandphotography.com