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Frank Turner & Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick team up

Following the recent announcement of his new online series Happy Hour Hangtime, Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick is delighted to confirm a very special guest for next week’s show – none other than Frank Turner! One of Jaret’s favourite [...]

August 13, 2020 Tours/Live Dates

Jaret Reddick announces Happy Hour Hangtime online series

Having racked up over half a century of streamed online performances during lockdown already, Bowling For Soup main man Jaret Reddick has announced a brand new online series; Jaret Reddick’s Happy Hour Hangtime! Happy Hour Hangtime is a series of [...]

August 4, 2020 News

Live Streams coming up from various artists

While the live scene is pretty much hamstrung for the foreseeable future, many bands are turning to the live stream arena to perform and, in some cases, make a few quid. We’ll try to keep you up to date with [...]

March 30, 2020 Tours/Live Dates

Album Review: Jaret & Kelly – Sittin’ In A Tree

Anyone who knows Bowling For Soup also knows that they’re big buds with the lovely twosome (plus drummer) The Dollyrots. They’re all part of one big happy pop punk family, and have guested on each other’s albums, along with Patent [...]

February 25, 2019 Album Reviews

2018 Crew Review: Jack Barker – Photographer

While 2018 has been a challenging year for many reasons, it has however been a brilliant year for gigs/festivals and ticking off a lot of bands on my photo bucket list. From a quick tally there were 27 gigs and [...]

December 31, 2018 Features

Gig Review: Jaret Reddick / The Dollyrots / Lacey – The Plug, Sheffield (17th September 2018)

Almost exactly a year to the day since I attended the first leg of Jaret Reddick’s Heartache and Hilarity tour in Manchester, I was lucky enough get to see the second round tonight at The Plug in Sheffield. There are [...]

September 23, 2018 Gig Reviews