Featured artist – Trouble With Tuesday

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Trouble With Tuesday

Trouble With Tuesday are a 3 piece energetic indie pop rock band from Stevenage/Peterborough. TwT are pro-active in advertising, and musically give energetic crowd pleasing performances.

Biggest show to date: Indig0 02 London as part of Surface Festival. The band are also confirmed to play 2013 Festivals already including Big Tree Festival (headliners are Dodgy / Beverley Craven)

TWT have received glowing press reviews and had a successful 2012, gaining new fans and gigging up and down counties across the Uk. The band have been on the line-up on many festivals in England, and in May completed a UK tour which included dates in Liverpool and Edinburgh – as well as festivals in Peterborough and Milton Keynes.
Song Walk On Water was the chosen track for Stamford Riverside Festivals Promotional Video. BBC3 Counties Radio, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, DiverseFM, PeterboroughFM. Radio Cambridge, Milton Keynes Radio are some of the stations that have aired Trouble With Tuesday tracks
The trio began hosting a huge fundraising gig in the summer of 2009, “TRUZROCK” is an annual festival aimed at raising money and awareness for the Alzheimers Society. “£3,000 has been raised so far! 70% of all proceeds from the STRONG ENOUGH EP also went to the Alzheimers Society. 2012 Truzrock was held at Esquires in Bedford.


Their new ep ‘stages and ages’ is out soon but you can download the acoustic version now at reverb nation
For bookings contact troublewithtuesday@live.co.uk
or cherylhood@live.co.uk
077152 98867

Manager / PR / Press Cheryl Hood


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