The Bourne Music Club are excited to announce that Hillbilly Vegas will be performing at The Appleyard in Sittingbourne on Saturday 27th July. 🎸πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯🀘 Guest support act : The Lost Search Party


  • Date: 27/07/2024 07:00 PM
  • Location THE APPLEYARD, AVENUE OF REMEMBRANCE, SITTINGBOURNE. ME10 4DE (Map)

Price: £20.00

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Hillbilly Vegas, the enigmatic, hard-working rock band from Oklahoma are back on the road again with the Long 

Way Back Tour.

They make a welcome return to the UK this Summer, following their first ever bout of touring on these shores

earlier in the year. 

Jaw dropping performances gained Hillbilly Vegas rave reviews and a host of new followers, eager to see 

Oklahoma’s finest grace our stages again.

“To be honest, we were shocked by the level of response on our first tour of the UK, from the fans of Luke Morley 

– who was a great and very friendly guy – and then at our own shows,” says frontman Steve Harris. “It was 

exciting that so many people bought tickets to see us. From the moment we arrived in the country we couldn’t 

have been made any more welcome. One of the greatest things was that we kept on seeing familiar faces every 

night, there were people that followed us around from town to town, city to city.”

The tour also included a spot for Hillbilly Vegas at Planet Rock’s Winter’s End Festival in Wales, which many 

chose as their highlight of the weekend.

Planet Rock radio listeners have been treated to heavy rotation of two Hillbilly Vegas singles already, in Hell to 

Pay then High Time For A Good Time. Soon to follow will be Shake It Like A Hillbilly, quite possibly your 

soundtrack to a great Summer.

Whether on stages big or small, Hillbilly Vegas have learned how to make every audience feel like an important

part of the show. An accomplished frontman and keen raconteur, Steve Harris tells stories, taking the mickey out 

of himself and whoever he sees fit, and where appropriate they throw in covers of material that played a part in 

developing the band’s sound. On the last tour it was Frankie Miller’s ‘Down The Honkytonk’, which fitted them 

like a glove.

Put Hillbilly Vegas in front of an audience, any audience, and they will win them over – guaranteed.