The Muffin Men Tickets

The Robin, Wolverhampton
Sunday 5th Aug 2018 7:30pm
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  • Doors: 7:30pm
  • Begins: 8:30pm
  • End: 11:00pm

+ support The Treat acoustic (live on stage 7.50pm)

The MufFinZ quintet, featuring 5 original members.

This tour will revive many Mothers Of Intvention pieces, along with others Zappa favourites.

The Muffin Men have played over 2000 dates around Europe, often featuring ex-Zappa alumni. The band play their own arrangements of Zappa material, along with some note for note versions of some favourites. At least 12 ex-Zappa musicians have performed with The Muffin Men over the years.

THE TREAT are one of the best bands to emerge in recent years on the music scene in the UK. Drawing from a broad range of styles, THE TREAT play their own unique, colourful brand of progressive music. Their genre hopping, independent spirit is steadily capturing the imagination of many new listeners, providing the band with an opportunity to appeal to a pan generational audience. THE TREAT’s sound is by turns passionate, exhilarating, fun, dark, melodic and joyous.

The Treat’s Guitarist, Vocalist & Songwriter, Mike Hyder, formed the group in March 2001, initially fashioning the group as a power trio, influenced by Cream. The band worked on a set of original songs, broadly of a ‘classic rock’ style, to which they brought their own unique twists. THE TREAT spent 2002 gigging extensively all around the UK playing many well know venues, such as The Zodiac in Oxford, Moles Club in Bath & Half Moon, Borderline & Underworld in London. The band spent 2003 recording and releasing their debut album ‘IN TECHNICOLOR’. The album gained rave reviews from various webzines in the UK and overseas, and extensive radio airplay on the world wide web. The single ‘Agent 555’ from the album, spent 10 weeks at number 1 on the ‘Magazine’ programme’s listener’s chart on the London based Skywave Radio. Line -up changes followed, with versatile Bassist, Dom Lash, entering the fold, to add weight to the already ambitious ideas Mike Hyder was cooking up for the group. 2004 was spent rehearsing up a new batch of songs Mike had been writing for the band, this time of a broader musical palette, which included influences from the world of prog rock and psychedelia, while retaining their core, classic rock sound. In addition, THE TREAT continued to promote ‘IN TECHNICOLOR’ throughout this period.

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