It’s just 10 days until Call Of The Wild takes centre stage in Lincoln and Rushonrock will be all over the first major rock fest of the summer. We’re featuring the must-see bands in the build-up to what promises to be a belting four-dayer.
Friday May 20
Born To Be Wild
Lancaster’s finest have emerged as the leaders of the NWOCR pack during the last decade and continue to set the standard for no-holds-barred party rock.
2020’s House Of Noise crashed the Top 10 of the UK album charts and Massive Wagons have a new record in the can — due for release later this year.
The band’s main stage headline show has been billed as their most ambitious yet with a career-spanning set primed and ready.
Expect all the hits and the odd deep cut as Baz Mills and co. bring that Friday night feeling to Call Of The Wild.
What We Said
“Adam Thistlethwaite and Stevie Holl are central to the Wagons’ signature sound.
“Their Quo-inspired twin guitar assault is a legendary staple of the live scene.
“And they perfectly complement rabid frontman Barry Mills with a high-octane brand of riotous riffage.”
Read the full review here.
Back To The Stack
Embroidered sweat bands (down from £5 to £1.50!)