Sat 11 June 2016

Lose The Shoes (featuring James Warren)

Klassic Hits, Kovers & The Korgis

The vibrant Bath music scene has given rise to a succession of critically acclaimed bands through the years, including Strackridge, Graduate, The Korgis, and Tears For Fears. Many of the musicians associated with those groups have led a double life as Lose The Shoes, a sideline act dedicated to celebrating classic pop, rock, Motown and Disco, in addition to their own musical legacies.

Delivering fresh, exceptionally danceable interpretations of classic tracks by their favourite artists including: the Beach Boys, Doobie Brothers, Kool & The Gang, The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan and the Four Seasons. Their arrangement of “Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime,” the Top 10 international smash written and sung by James Warren in THE KORGIS, is especially notable.

James ‘Killer’ Warren (Bass Guitar/Lead Vocals):
Founder member of Stackridge (1st ever Glastonbury opening act) and The Korgis (Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime)

Richard ‘Rich’ Riley (Guitar/Vocals):
Go to session guitarist for Bruce Foxton, Karel Fialka & Human Nature

John ‘Bill’ Baker (Keyboards/Lead Vocals):
Founder member of Graduate (the band that begat Tears For Fears), lead vocalist for The Korgis

Andy ‘Codge’ Marsden (Drums/Vocals):
Founder member of Graduate, Drums for Tears For Fears’ single ‘Suffer The Children’

Glenn ‘Dad’ Tommey (Guitar/Vocals):
Co-Producer (with Tony Hatch) of Graduate, Keyboards/Vocals for Stackridge, Session Keyboards/Vocals for The Korgis, Drums for Fred Wedlock’s ‘Oldest Swinger In Town’ Limited Seating Available

Venue: The Old Theatre Royal


Saturday 11th June 2016

Price: £9
Start time: 20:00  
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Venue access: Full wheelchair access

Tickets available on the door and from:

  • Bath Box Office (Tel. 01225 463362)