Thursday, June 30, 2016

Absolutely Massive Wagons




G'day, howzit going ?....nice and loud I hope...

So, the postie showed up and dropped the latest issue of Classic Rock into the letterbox and as per usual , my excitement was barely contained as I usually find something new within the covers , for instance I hear you say, well, just this year, Ive discovered Tax The Heat, Broken Witt Rebels, The Struts, Ming City Rockers, Massive , Black Aces and also the recipient of todays  blogarism...




Them lads from up in Canforth, Lancashire...the one and only Massive Wagons...and what a sterling find they have been...



I googled them after reading the blurb in CR in which the boys fessed up to being huge fans of Aussies own "Airbourne and the  barmaid at their local  with "them massive wagons"
the boys have been bashing it out for about seven years and have released some quite sterling rock and or roll in that time ....







yep zero  gimmicks, just straight up, heavy ROCK AND ROLL.  they are 5 mates who love music, girls and beer , in whatever order you want to place them, AND they just happen to be great muso's 



The band is comprised of Baz Mills on Vocals, Adam Thistlethwaite on lead guitar, Carl Cochrane on rhythm guitar, Bowz Bouskill on bass and Alex Thistlethwaite on drums





With a musical style that combines the best influences of Rock - Think Saxon without all the twiddly bits, Black Spiders for the fun, Motorhead for the heaviness and AC/DC for the awesome tunes, throw in a bit of Thunder and you’ve got Massive Wagons.




Since starting off playing in small pubs in and around the Lancaster area the Massive Wagon really has kept rolling and they are now one of the most talked about bands in the “one to watch” category. 




“Can you ask for any more? Five extremely talented guys, playing classic, full force rock music. I think not....






go have a look at their shop...


go on get moving....here's the required links you may want to investigate














Seeya next time 




















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