The Rescue Rooms archives: 2016

PATRIOT REBEL, LIVE AT RESCUE ROOMS

  • Friday 27th May 2016
  • Supported by: Thela + Beckon Lane + Hell's Addiction

Patriot Rebel

Genre: Alternative Rock

About:

Patriot Rebel started life as a couple of friends playing ‘open mic’ nights in Nottingham during the summer of 2007. After a great response from audiences, they soon came to realise that they had a talent and ability for song writing and performing. This led to the formation of the five piece rock band, Patriot Rebel. Many band members came and went, until 2011 when things really started to take shape for Patriot Rebel and the final line up was formed. This comprised of Paul Smith (Vocals), Danny Marsh (Lead Guitar), David Gadd (Rhythm Guitar/Backing Vocals), Aaron Grainger (Drums) and Will Kirk (Bass Guitar).

With an explosive live show, hardworking ethos and commitment to the music they produce, Patriot Rebel have made themselves an established and well known act across the UK. Possessing their truly own unique sound formed by the diverse influences of all five members of the band, they are able to appeal to a wide spread audience. Patriot Rebel has gained new fans from every show that they play through displaying the passion and drive they have for the music that they write.

Having relentlessly toured across the UK by playing shows and festivals in; Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Sheffield and many more, Patriot Rebel are making a huge impact on the underground music scene. Amongst the vast amount of shows that Patriot Rebel has played, is a ‘sold out’ show at Nottingham’s famous Rock City venue in 2012 as well as headlining the Nottingham Rescue Rooms venue to a packed audience in 2013. Also Patriot Rebel played alongside bands such as; TesseracT, Jettblack and Skarlett Riot in a main stage slot at Macmillan Festival 2013.

Patriot Rebel have played alongside bands such as: TesseracT, Jettblack, Skarlett Riot, Cornerstone (AUT) , Earthtone9, Spirytus, Violet and many more.

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This is a 14+ show.

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