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Thursday 11th July
19:30 - 22:45
Annie's Burger Shack Nottingham

Lachlan Bryan is one of the best songwriters out there today” – Americana UK. Songwriter, producer and bandleader Lachlan Bryan takes a quick break from his touring commitments with The Pleasures and The Wildes for this special Nottingham Appearance (with honorary ‘Wildes- Yorkshire’s Emily lawler accompanying on fiddle).

For more than a decade Lachlan has fronted heavyweight alt-country band The Wildes - traversing Australia, the USA and Europe and turning up in theatres, large and small clubs and festival mainstages along the way. Known as a ‘songwriter’s songwriter’, he tells stories from the back alleyways of Melbourne’s inner city, as well as tales of suburban discontent and, occasionally, the freedom of the wide open road.

Over the past eight years Lachlan and the Wildes have released four records, toured Europe and the USA multiple times, shared stages with Americana and country heavyweights and picked up a string of awards, including the Golden Guitar for ‘alt country album of the year’ with their landmark release Black Coffee.


Phil Lee is a weathered, wizened troubadour, and he sounds like the sort of guy you’d cross at your own peril. But his lyrics are strong and paint evocative pictures. And the musicianship and arrangement is a tasty balance of laid-back and tight-as-a-duck’s ass. The songs all sound as if they were cut with all the effects knobs turned to zero: no bullshit studio trickery for this guy. The latest album, “The Fall and the Further Decline of

the Mighty King of Love” consists of a dozen bittersweet and rough-hewn originals (including a co-write with Barry Goldberg — the pianist in Bob Dylan’s group when Dylan famously went “electric” at Newport in 1965.

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