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Walking Papers Announce 7 Date September UK Tour

Walking Papers are proud to announce a 7 date September UK Tour, for what promises to be one of the essential tours of 2018. Starting in Nottingham at The Bodega on Wednesday 12th September, the UK  tour culminates with a show at The Borderline in London on Friday 18th October. When writing a song, …

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Jeff Angell’s Staticland – Jeff Angell’s Staticland

Jeff Angell recently announced his latest project, Jeff Angell’s Staticland, and in turn their self-titled debut album, which was released on Friday 6th May 2016. Staticland came together as a result of Duff McKagans hiatus from Walking Papers, who is currently focusing his time on the reunion of the almighty …

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Jeff Angell’s STATICLAND – New Self-Titled Album Out On 6th May and UK Show Dates

Jeff Angell’s STATICLAND will release its self-titled debut album May 6th on UDR, a captivating menagerie of songs that effortlessly shift from raucous, snarling, barn burners to moving Stones-inspired ballads that you will want to play on repeat. Produced By Grammy award winner Vance Powell (Jack White, The Dead Weather, The Raconteurs, Seasick …

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Alice in Chains, Ghost, Walking Papers – O2 Academy, Birmingham – 13/11/2013

On an evening where darkness has well and truly taken over the late afternoons in the Black Country, the queue of black garbed rockers has been gathering outside Birmingham’s O2 Academy for one of, if not THE finest tour packages of 2013. Opening proceedings are Walking Papers. A band formed …

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Walking Papers with Buffalo Summer – Voodoo Belfast, 12th June 2013

Walking Papers with Buffalo Summer – Voodoo Belfast, 12th June 2013

When Walking Papers were first announced for Voodoo Belfast it seemed like the listing had been an error, given the personnel in the band and the relatively small size of the venue. This coupled with the fact that a week or two later it was announced that thrash giants Slayer were …

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