Four rockers are preparing to cross the Lancashire-Yorkshire divide for a show in South Yorkshire.
Manchester-based Federal Charm – frontman Nick Bowden, guitarist Paul Bowe, bassist LD Morawski and drummer Danny Rigg – bring their rock’n’roll and blues sound to the Leopard in Doncaster.
The show, on Friday, July 1, is part of a 17-date UK tour supporting the release of Master Plan from the acclaimed new album Across The Divide.
A tour spokesman said: “Federal Charm’s original take on the classic rock curve, full of twin-guitar twists and stop-start rhythms, is coming to Doncaster.”
“Headlining each show each night, they will be playing a 90-minute set per night minimum.
“In the spirit of brotherhood and good intentions, Federal Charm have stretched out a hand and offered a leg-up to local support acts where possible.
“Night-by-night young budding bands will open the show.”
For tickets to the Doncaster show, priced from £7, visit www.federalcharm.com/tickets