WELSH indie-roots band Rusty Shackle have been tearing up stages around the world since 2010. Brandishing their distinct folk-roots sound and armed with an electrifying mix of rampant fiddle, scorching electric guitars, pounding drums, searing trumpet and banjo, the band have built up a devoted fanbase with their captivating live shows.
Now they are set to play Salisbury Arts Centre next Friday March 24.
Constantly evolving their sound, the band have released three albums over the last few years, each reaching the top 3 in the iTunes ‘Alternative Folk/Singer Songwriter’ charts. The songs are steeped in honest emotion and story-telling and are born from the fires of Bruce Springsteen, Seth Lakeman, infused with the raw energy of Jack White and creativity of Tom Waits and mix it with everything in between.
Their new album Dusk takes their music into brave new areas, introducing an edginess and immediacy to their melody-driven folk credentials. Dusk trawls through the darker stations of the world whilst never forgetting to take in the lighter stops on the line.
Rusty Shackle have toured extensively around the UK, Europe and USA and are mainstays on the festival circuit. They deliver excitement every time they step on stage and give everything they have to steal your heart with their music.
Tickets from Salisbury Arts Centre box office on 01722 321744 or online at www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk