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Shed Seven Fan Reviews (3) 5.0
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"Amazing performance"
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Shed Seven, O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol - 14th December 2017

Supported by Cast who were fantastic. Shed 7 were amazing - they are getting better all the time!

Posted by Mark J on 15/12/2017

"Shed seven"
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Shed Seven, O2 Academy Sheffield, Sheffield - 9th December 2017

Never disappoint and amazing set and mixture of songs from new and old albums. Shed Seven crowd always up for a good time.

Posted by Andrew P on 10/12/2017

"Absolutely Brilliant gig"
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Shed Seven, Rock City, Nottingham - 8th December 2017

What a brilliant concert. I'm a Shed Seven virgin but won't be for very long. Would love to see this band again. Couldn't believe how many tracks I knew. The front man was entertaining and great with crowd

Posted anonymously on 09/12/2017

Indie superstars Shed Seven can boast four Top 20 albums and fifteen Top 40 singles. The band from York burst on to the Britpop scene in 1994 and quickly shot to fame. Their hits include Disco Down, Chasing Rainbows and Going For Gold.

Shed Seven is made up of drummer Alan Leach, guitarists Joe Johnson and Paul Banks, lead vocals from Rick Witter and Tom Gladwin on bass.

The band already had a bit of a reputation around their hometown of York for pretty riotous gigs so concentrated on playing in major cities like London. They only came third in a Best Unsigned Contest in Manchester but it was enough to get their name out.

They were signed after a bidding war to Polydor Records and released their debut album Change Giver in 1994. The record was a surprise hit reaching #16 in the UK album chart and featuring three Top 40 singles.

The bands peak came with their aptly titled 1996 album A Maximum High. The year saw them release five Top 40 singles which was a feat not bettered by any other act at that time. Promotion of the album included a thirteen date tour which was completely sold out. They also enjoyed success with the 1998 album Let It Ride and the 1999 best of album Going For Gold sold 130,000 copies.

The band last studio album so far is 2001’s Truth Be Told. Its release preceded the band’s temporary break in 2003. They were to reunite for a greatest hits tour in 2007 which was accompanied by the release of their Live At The BBC compilation followed by an EP of reworked tracks from A Maximum High brought out in 2011.

Shed Seven tickets are about to be released through Gigantic. Loyal fans are expected to buy their tickets incredibly fast so set a personal reminder right now to arrive to you via text message or email so you are ready for their release at 09:00 on Friday 1st of March.

See them play at O2 Academy Bristol on Wednesday 18th of December 2019.

Your Shed Seven concert tickets can be bought through the website. Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.

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