Country band set to headline Bristol event

PUBLISHED: 07:00 23 July 2015

The Redhillbillies.

The Redhillbillies.


A LIVELY North Somerset band are headlining at Bristol venue The Fleece at an evening dedicated to showcasing the best in the city’s unsigned talent.

The Redhillbillies are no strangers to large music events, having played at Glastonbury Festival, Boomtown, Watchet Live and more.

They also opened on the Sunday of Bristol’s popular Grillstock Festival back in 2013.

The six-piece country music band, who formed nine years ago, use a collection of alternative country, 1950s melodies and modern tracks to give all their songs a warm and nostalgic vibe.

Their debut album, Random Acts Of Kindness, was released via the band’s website and a second album is due to be released in the autumn.

The Redhillbillies will be at the Sunday Mash Up All-Dayer at The Fleece, in St Thomas Street, at 10.30pm on 
August 9.

Tickets, priced £5 in advance or £5.50 on the day, are only available online via

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