The Commoners return to perform for The Bourne Music Club at The Appleyard, Sittingbourne for a full headline show. Special guest support : The Zac Schulze Gang
The Commoners return to perform for The Bourne Music Club at The Appleyard, Sittingbourne for a full headline show.
Special guest support : The Zac Schulze Gang
Not to be missed !!!
Following their special guest slot on Samantha Fish and Jesse Dayton’s “Death Wish Blues” October 2023 UK
Tour, Canada’s hottest classic roots rock band The Commoners have added a one-off headline show at The
Bourne Music Club on Wednesday 1st November.
“The Commoners are back, and clearly they mean business.”
- Classic Rock Magazine
“The Commoners are the hardest working overnight sensations around.”
– Maximum Volume Music
“The Commoners have delivered a real beauty dripping in quality, rich in its
roots rock heritage... They have absolutely nailed it.” – Rock N Load
Possessing a sound tapped from the oaken belly of a whiskey barrel, The Commoners hail from Toronto,
Canada. Nurturing their distinctive blend of blues, rock and roots, the Commoners accentuate their signature
sound with high-energy riffs, soulful vocals, and rich harmonies that take the listener on a journey through a
Southern-style rock experience. Their sophomore album “Find A Better Way,” grabs your full attention from
the first note.
The opening lines, “If I scream at the top of my lungs and stamp my feet ’till the floor comes undone,”
immediately triggers the wild ride that follows. Reminiscent of highly respected bands like Free, Blackberry
Smoke, Black Crowes and Rival Sons, The Commoners have crafted an authentic collection of unforgettable
songs that strike the perfect balance between old and new.
“The Black Crowes are a big influence for us. Derek Trucks, Marcus King, and the Allman Brothers, of course. These are the bands that we aspire to wear on our sleeves as we create our own music.”
Chris Medhurst (vocals/guitar),
Ben Spiller (bass), Ross Citrullo (lead guitar)
Adam Cannon (drums)
Miles Evan Branagh (organ)