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Holy Moly And The Crackers at Leeds Brudenell Social Club

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Holy Moly and the Crackers are a pop band from Newcastle. Made up of Conrad Bird on vocals/guitar/trumpet, Rosie Bristow on accordion, Nick Tyler on electric guitar, Jamie Shields on bass and Tommy Evans on drums/backing vocals, they play riotous party music with a passionate take on folk, blues and indie rock.



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Fri Oct 18 2019    (Change Date) Leeds, UK UK
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Venue Information - Leeds Brudenell Social Club

Brudenell Social Club 33 Queens Road, Leeds LS6 1NY
Telephone: 0113 275 2411
Venue Capacity: 400
Brudenell Social Club is a 400-capacity live music venue and social club based in Leeds' Hyde Park. Often filled with students as well as fans, it's a common stop on many bands' tours of the UK - even names as big as Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Cheifs, and The Cribs have graced its stage.