Performing: Bob Wayne
Doors Open: 7:30PM
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
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Bob Wayne is 100% the real deal: a raucous, rambunctious, storytelling rabble-rouser with a passionate zeal for life and a reckless charm that is completely unbound.
Bob Wayne carries the torch for the Outlaw Country tradition with a modern punkabilly snarl all of his own. The rampaging troubadour has left a trail of devastated dive bars, broken hearts and one-night stands across the United States and Europe.
There’s no better place to hear Bob than the road, but the Nashville based country singer’s Outlaw Carnie and Till the Wheels Fall Off, come a close second. Bob writes songs that paint vivid pictures of real life, with an overall atmosphere befitting the rowdy carnival ride conjured in his presentation.
Bob Wayne songs often deal with the spiritual torment of living life pulled between good and evil; or they are about cutting loose and partying with your best friends; and then there are what he calls “the story songs.”
Bob laid down the roadmap for his career with the first song he ever wrote as a proper solo artist, “Devil’s Son,” which sees its most solid recording on his latest album, bringing him full circle. “I had been listening to a lot of David Allen Coe, Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson,” he says. The song tells a story about a guy who journeys to Nashville and wrestles with a few demons. Wayne himself entered Nashville for the first time riding on the bus with Hank III, just as the sun was coming up one morning. “My first time rolling into this city was with the people I needed to be with,” he says.
“When people listen to my records I want it to be like a movie where it takes them through different emotions. You're happy at some points, there's a sad part, a weird scary part. I try to fit the spectrum of everything where you're entertained, because it’s basically entertainment mixed with real life experience. “