Preview: Kris Barras Band

Kris Barras and his pals are on their way to Epic Studios (Picture: John McMurtrie)
Kris Barras and his pals are on their way to Epic Studios (Picture: John McMurtrie)

by Adam Aiken

Kris Barras Band will be in Norfolk next week as their current tour – the band’s longest UK trek yet – nears its conclusion.

They’ll be at Epic Studios, Norwich, on Thursday, February 23, with Brighton and London the only remaining dates left after that on the This Is My Parade tour.

Before they started the tour, frontman and guitarist Barras said: “It’s been a long winter and I can’t wait to get back on the road and for us to rip it up on our biggest tour yet.

“Our Death Valley Paradise tour was so much fun, and it made us want to play to more people, in more places.

Kris Barras Band (Picture: John McMurtrie)
Kris Barras Band (Picture: John McMurtrie)

“There are some venues we haven’t played for a long time and there are some venues and towns that we’ve never played at all. We wanted to give something back to those fans that have been asking us to play for years.

“We can’t wait to get out there and see the whites of those eyes in the crowd and give everyone a great start to the year.”

Barras’s touring line-up includes guitarist Josiah J Manning, bassist Frazer Kerslake and Billy Hammett on the drums.

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