That Dog Was A Band Now | Hands of the Heron

 

That Dog Was A Band Now | Hands of the Heron

That Dog Was A Band Now | Hands of the Heron

Friday 17th August 2018

Doors: 9pm | Start: 9.30pm

 
The Cellar
St James Wine Vaults
10 St James Street
Bath
BA1 2TW
 

Price:
 

£8.00

That Dog Was A Band Now

That Dog Was A Band Now have been playing with each other since 2013, despite the fact that they are sometimes separated by thousands of miles of distance. Their sound – which is defined by an active accordion, bad-ass banjo, and honest vocals – has helped them gain a loyal international fanbase. That Dog Was A Band Now has played four-hour sets in rough and rural American bars, rocked outdoor weddings for big fans in beautiful California Redwood Forests, been given hour-long featured sets on several public radio stations and main stage slots at major cultural festivals, and popped up as buskers on all sorts of city streets around Canada, Europe, and the USA.

Hands of the Heron

Hands of the Heron is a fledgling folk collective from Bristol. With tight vocal harmonies at the core, they weave stories of love, loss and regeneration into vivid melodies layered with mandolin, flute, accordion, clarinet and anything else they can get their hands on.