An amazing day and an incredible experience. Big thanks must go to Emma, Tina and all at Rock And Bike Fest for putting us on the bill, it truly was an honour and we’d love to do it again in the future … Continue reading →
Skeleton Crew are delighted to announce that we’re playing this year’s Rock And Bike Festival at Carnfield Hall, Derbyshire! Tickets are £40 for the 3 days with a whole ton of bands, bikes and general misbehaviour to be enjoyed!
Rock and Bike has established itself as one of the UKs most popular rock festivals, and boasts 2 stages with over 20 top bands and a spectacular custom bike and trike show. We are playing on Friday 12th. Tickets are available to buy online here: http://www.rockandbikefest.co.uk/tickets.htm
On 27th April 2013 at The Castlegate, Grantham, Skeleton Crew played our first gig with Rick Townhill as our new frontman! After a mere 6 weeks in the role, clearly we were ready to rock! All photos by Marie Barker
Hey folks … our search for a new vocalist is over! Following quite a few rounds of auditions and getting to hear some amazing talent, we’re delighted to introduce Rick Townhill as our new vocalist! Rick has been a friend of ours for a very long time and has sung with us when we’ve done the Karaoke nights in both Grantham and Nottingham, as well as fronting Grantham-based covers bands Dynamite Billy and Izengard.
Originally from Lincoln, Rick was the singer in Jacknife in the early 90s and , for roughly 19 hours, Mutiny – the band that Graham and Rob cut their teeth in (but more of that in a bit). Continue reading →
After a bit of a break over the summer holidays, we’re hitting the road again in September with a couple of dates in Nottingham including The Salutation’s yearly Pirate Night (always a favourite) and then a couple fo dates in Grantham and one in Horncastle for October.
Here’s what we have so far, but be sure to check the Tour Dates section for full info!
On February 24th, 2012, we launched Theatre of War with much pomp and splendour at the Salutation Inn in Nottingham. Not only was there a special, lavish “Theatre Of War” stage set, the whole venue was tricked out like a … Continue reading →