One of Rugby’s best loved bands, Auntie Alfie’s Medicinal Cabinet, have been asked to be the support band for Big Country who have sold over 80 Million albums worldwide when they at the Vault on Saturday this weekend.
The gig conincides with the forthcoming release of their new album - Appen, Chance and Luck - which was recorded at Rugby Music Studios by Pete Bain (ex Spacemen 3) and will be available in November on the band’s own label, Pound Note Records.
The album consists of 11 original songs by the band, who have been acknowledged for their use in making their wide ranging influences from psychedelia to early Who and 60s garage, sound current and fresh.
Coupled with their unique use of the Hammond organ within all tracks, it makes for one very worthwhile, and musically refreshing album indeed.
Currently the band are in negotiations with several record distribution companies, whose initial reaction has been good, with the aim of the band and the album, upon its release, to reach a much wider audience into 2014 and beyond.
Advance orders for the album, can be taken on the night of the Big Country gig or at future gigs at Quigleys on November 15 or the Alex on the November 23.
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