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Police Dog Hogan tour dates 2018

Nov 28, 2017

Police Dog Hogan get back on the road with a short tour during February and March 2018. With 300 plus gigs already under their belts and a highly successful fourth album, Wild By The Side of The Road, released in 2017 this band carries on delivering their own brand of Country, Americana tinged rock to enthusiastic audiences, seamlessly incorporating raucous cacophonies to melancholic tributes and everything in between.

31-Jan-18    The Brook        Southampton    0203 8055 5366
01-Feb-18    MAC             Birmingham    0121 446 3232
02-Feb-18    The Junction         Cambridge    01223 511511
08-Feb-18    Scala            London    0844 844 9990
23-Feb-18    Marlowe Theatre    Canterbury    01227 787787
24-Feb-18    Norwich Arts Centre    Norwich    01603 58050
14-Mar-18    The Platform         Morecambe    01524 582000
15-Mar-18    The Met        Bury        0161 761 2216
16-Mar-18    Sage             Gateshead    0191 443 4661
17-Mar-18    Crescent Arts        York        01904 622510
22-Mar-18    Komedia         Brighton    01273 647100
23-Mar-18    St Georges         Bristol        0117 929 4929
24-Mar-18    Exeter Phoenix        Exeter        01392 667080

Police Dog Hogan, first formed in 2009, has evolved over the years into a tight-knit seven-piece band combining guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, accordion, trumpet, keyboards, bass and drums.

In 2014 Police Dog Hogan were one of only three UK bands invited to Nashville to perform at the prestigious Americana Music Association Awards, where DJ Bob Harris – in town for the awards – snapped them up for a recording that has become one of the most-watched YouTube videos on his ‘Under the Apple Tree Sessions’ channel. In 2015 they made a showcase appearance on Harris’s Radio 2 show. The single from the album ‘Devon Brigade’ has been nominated for UK Song of the Year in theAmericana Music Association awards 2018.

The band regularly plays to sell-out audiences up and down the country. They’ve become a serious and ambitious musical venture that marries a devotion to touring and the presentation of consummate live performances with James Studholme’s dedication to song writing and recording.

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