The Brew Head To The Old Fire Station

The Brew Head To The Old Fire Station

Great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in and around Carlisle; The Brew will be playing at the Old Fire Station on Saturday 11th February; the final date of their 10 day Shake The Tree UK Tour!

From Grimsby, The Brew continue to grow in stature and ever since the release of their international breakthrough “The Joker”, this award-winning trio has become one of Europe’s most potent rock acts, combining the musicianship of classic rock with youthful energy and a brash, contemporary outlook.

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The Band has appeared twice on Germany’s Prestigious Rockpalast show and has toured with ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and played alongside legends like Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa, Chickenfoot and Joe Satriani!  It doesn’t end there though and with album chart success in Germany, Poland, Spain “their pièce de résistance” was playing to 250,000 at Woodstock in Poland 2014

There aren’t too many bands nowadays that get to release six albums.  Also, there aren’t too many trios in particular that can defend the reputation of being a tirelessly touring excellent live-act, all of which while maintaining the original line-up.  The Brew are unique and they step back onto the scene with their new album, “Shake The Tree”.

Released in the UK on 4 November 2016, as with its predecessor “Control”, Tim Smith (bass), Kurtis Smith (drums) & Jason Barwick (guitar/vocals) relied on the fruitful collaboration with Toby Jepson and Veil Studios.  And their brand of modern Rock with psychedelic touches was in good hands and over the course of a month they crafted ten songs that comprise a sixth album, that has effectively outgrown any comparisons.

Whilst the new album captures the power of their live performances remarkably well, the only way to get a real adrenalin-shot and experience the drive, passion and explosive action of this band, is to see them live.  Until then, you can get a real feel for what they are all about by having a listen (and look) at the Official Video of Johnny Moore, at

The band is really looking forward to playing the final night of their UK Tour at the Old Fire Station and armed with a mix of powerful, high

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