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Having stormed venues across the UK and Europe, hot band Wille and the Bandits will once again be stepping up to the mark for a night of live music at Cafe Rene, on Wednesday 20 June 2012.
By their own admissions the internationally acclaimed artists have been receiving praise across the globe for the fresh approach to roots music, their ability to effortlessly mix an eclectic range of styles and provide each song with its own personality.
The band also continues to push the boundaries of its music, exploring new sounds from different cultures around the world. From the versatility of Wille’s lap slide and guitar playing to the rhythmic diversity of percussionist Andrew Naumann, the band also claims to keep audiences guessing.
Likened to the likes of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, Wille and the Bandits have cemented their position as an archetypal festival band – in 2010 alone playing major European festivals including Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, Eden Festival and Rock En Stock.
A particular coup for energetic live music venue Cafe Rene, don’t miss the chance to catch Wille and the Bandits in an intimate setting once again, while you still can.
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