Tragedy - a metal tribute to the Bee Gees comes to the UK

playing in support of The Wildhearts in December

news: Wednesday 24th September 2008

In December metal meets disco in the form of Tragedy when disco-era classics are given a headbanging with a metal tribute to the Bee Gees. Tragedy is a 3 piece metal discothèque from New York, and the eight piece band are heading to the UK for a tour at the end of the year.

Tragedy, who are fronted by Barry Glibb, (vocals, guitars, piano) Mo'royce Peterson (vocals, guitars) and Robin Gibbens (vocals, cowbell, tambourine and Gong!) will be supporting The Wildhearts on their UK tour.

They will also be supporting Electric Six at the Shepherds Bush Empire, bringing with them metal versions of classics like 'Stayin' Alive', 'How Deep Is Your Love', 'Night Fever', and of course 'Tragedy'.

Tragedy play live at the following dates in 2008:

Wed 03 December Academy, Sheffield supporting The Wildhearts
Thu 04 December Barrowlands, Glasgow supporting The Wildhearts
Fri 05 December Academy, Oxford supporting The Wildhearts
Sun 07 December Academy, Manchester supporting The Wildhearts
Mon 08 December Civic Hall, Wolverhampton supporting The Wildhearts
Wed 10 December Hammersmith Apollo, London supporting The Wildhearts
Fri 12 December Shepherds Bush Empire, London supporting Electric Six

To buy tickets to The Wildhearts gigs click here, and for the Shepherds Bush Empire, Electric Six gig click here.

Tragedy's album 'We Rock Sweet Balls And Can Do No Wrong,/i>' is out on Monday 20th October on Round Records.

article by: Scott Williams

published: 24/09/2008 14:50



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