Celebrating the BEST breakthrough bands of 2019
Pink Rabbit Events present;
The K's (Earlestown)
For fans of The Courteeners, The Libertines, The Jam.
Forming in Earlestown in 2017 and growing up together in the shadows of two huge North West neighbours, Manchester and Liverpool, The K’s are proving that things can in fact actually grow in the dark. After watching a video of The Jam performing ‘In the City’ live at the Circus and following years of getting into trouble together since high school, vocalist/rhythm guitarist Jamie Boyle and bassist Dexter Baker were inspired to pick up guitars and see what noise they could make themselves. The K’s were born and soon after drafted in experienced lead guitarist Ryan Breslin following discussions at an after-party they had all attended. Breslin, no stranger to the big stage, was being hired as a session guitarist touring America supporting The Who and playing festivals alongside the likes of Aerosmith, Richard Ashcroft, Liam Gallagher and The Killers. He was impressed with unmistakeable energy of vocalist Boyle and felt The K’s could be the vehicle he needed for his own head on approach to guitar playing. Having gained a massive following over the last two years they went on to sell out gigs in their adopted hometown of Manchester at Jimmy's, Deaf Institute and Academy 2 (950 cap).
Big Bambora (Skelmersdale)
For fans of Red Rum Club, Circa Waves, Blossoms
Ambient indie pop from the outskirts of Liverpool returning to Bootleg after their This Feeling date here back in 2018.
For fans of Stereophonics, The Sherlocks, Catfish & The Bottlemen
Alt rock band from Manchester/Blackpool who've been gigging since November 2018 gaining gigs at notable venues such as Manchester, Birmingham and Islington Academy.
This will be their first gig in Blackpool.
30 Topping Street