Reeves Gabrels and His Imaginary Fr13nds at The Horn, Sy Albans

PUBLISHED: 10:05 26 September 2014

Reeves Gabrels will play The Horn in St Albans [Picture: Mauro Melis]

Reeves Gabrels will play The Horn in St Albans [Picture: Mauro Melis]

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Lead guitarist with The Cure and David Bowie’s co-writer, Reeves Gabrels is playing The Horn in St Albans next Thursday, September 30.

He brings his power trio, Reeves Gabrels and His Imaginary Fr13nds, from Nashville to England to play in small venues and the tour begins at The Horn.

The band’s live sets will include songs from their forthcoming album, also titled Reeves Gabrels and His Imaginary Fr13nds, which is to be released digitally just as they head home on October 13.

They include Drown You Out and House of Usher which draws its title from an Edgar Allan Poe story included in 1840 in a collection of Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque.

Tickets are £10 in advance from www.juiceboxindie.com

The band behind the hit debut single Teenage Dirtbag play The Horn next Friday, October 1.

Teenage Dirtbag by Wheatus cracked the Top 40 BBC Official Sales Chart for a second time in March of 2011, a decade after its debut in the same chart.

In those 10 years, the band faced assorted lawsuits, line-up changes, interstate art heist investigations intellectual property theft and physical violence.

To date Teenage Dirtbag has sold more than five million copies worldwide but Wheatus have remained unsigned and unmanaged for the last eight years.

Nevertheless they have released five studio albums since 2000 and are currently in pre-production for album six.

With a new line-up, Wheatus hit the road mid decade throughout the US and UK including the sold out UK Get Happy Tour and their own independent University and College Tours.

Tickets are £15 in advance and £17 on the door.


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