Wingmen, the new band formed in pandemic lockdown isolation by Baz Warne (The Stranglers), Paul Gray (The Damned), Leigh Heggarty (Ruts DC), Marty Love (Johnny Moped) and now joined live by Rob Coombes from Supergrass on keyboards, have finally taken flight and are currently roaring across the country in support of their critically acclaimed debut album. The band have been going down a storm and have been thrilling audiences with a set that consists of the new album, some choice cover versions and one or two deep cuts from their respective bands.

“It’s funny how these things turn out,” explains Paul Gray. “We had no idea where this project might take us; an idea born out of frustration became a full band within 24 hours, words and riffs and much tuneage followed, beers and jolly banter ensued when we finally met up to mix the results, a record company said “yes please!” and now we find ourselves taking the results off on tour!”

While the tour still has a few dates to go, those unable to make any of the dates will be able to sign up and watch a live stream of Wingmen’s performance in Brighton at the Concorde 2 this coming January 29th.

The streaming link is HERE and you can follow the link and make a minimum donation of £10. A link will be sent to ticket holders about 30-60 minutes before the gig starts.  Once it’s started people will still be able to buy tickets until 1st March as agreed. 

‘Wingmen’ is out now via Cadiz Music.

Catch Wingmen on tour at the following dates in January 2023:

25th Leeds Old Woollen Mill
26th Liverpool Academy 2

28th Birmingham 02 Institute

29th Brighton Concorde 2

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