Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings UK Tour 2013 – venues, dates and tickets

Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings are to tour the UK in 2013 – playing 26 gigs across the country in October and November – along with special guest star Maria Muldaur.

The concerts will take in a host of cities and venues, including the Barbican in London, Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall, and venues from Dartford to Watford.

Click here to see the full list of Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings concert dates and venues, and to book tickets directly with the venue’s box office.

Maria Muldaur will be touring with Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings as a very special guest. Fans will know Maria as the famed American folk-blues singer whose hits include the legendary song Midnight at the Oasis.

The line-up for the tour includes Bill Wyman, Georgie Fame, Albert Lee, Beverley Skeete, Terry Taylor, Graham Broad, Geraint Watkins, Nick Payn and Frank Mead.

Photo by Ans Van Heck

 

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  1. i have just looked at the rhythm kings uk tour and i see you are not coming to swansea you concerts here have been sellouts every time so you will be much missed may be you will come on the next tour as myself and most of my friends look forward to your concerts we travel down from the south wales valleys and usually stay over night the last time you played swansea we had a drink in the bar of the hotel with your great sax player frank mead so lets hope you come in 2014

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    • Jen and I are also very disappointed that The Rhythm Kings are not coming to Swansea this time.

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    • saw em last night in Stoke,absolutely top notch,great night,thanks for coming to Stoke,many top acts don’t get here must be a shit promoter thing but we love real music an damn you guys are good,get well soon Georgie baby ,peace from Mark xxxxxxxxx

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  2. Same goes for Sheffield. Always a great night at the City Hall. Shame we’re missed out this time

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  3. Any chance to purchase meet and greet tickets ?

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  4. Bill, please please please, come back to Northern Ireland. I had the pleasure of coming to see you in Derry a few years back and the gig was amazing!

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  5. Please, meet and greet!!!

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  6. Bill- come to San Francisco!

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  7. Bill please!! un concert sur Paris svp… ça fais longtemps !! Bataclan , l Olympia!! et plus rien de plus vous vivez dans ce beau pays la France qui est le notre!! c est le nouveau président qui vous plait pas !! je vais aller vous chercher au chez vous !! dans le sud amitiés a vous et a Suzanne !!

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  8. Hey Billy,
    What’s your bag Dude?
    I know the U.S. stinks to high heavens, but we need some of your good vibes too!
    Please, Please us with your presents!
    You were always my favorite, even though I’m a 6 stringer, you had the cool lines, the solid riffs, the steady camber.
    Thank you for all the years of dedication to your instruments and your music.

    Sincerely
    Adolpho Von Apfel

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  9. Please come across the big pond to the USA.

    – the music industry over here could use a good heavy dose of the Rhythm Kings.

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  10. We want Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings in Brussels !!!

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  11. Hi Bill
    Really enjoyed your gig in Aberdeen a couple of years ago. Sad to see it’s not in this itinerary. Any chance of you passing back this way in the future?

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  12. Saw the Rhythm Kings in Harrogate this week – fantastic!

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  13. Great set at Salisbury last night. The band really on form. Fantastic evening. !

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  14. Tonight, Cambridge !
    And the wife and I have got a box right over the stage.
    Bill Wyman has assembled one of the best bands I’ve ever seen in my 69 years, including fantastic guitarist Albert Lee; and there’s no cobwebs on Terry Taylor either. The brass section is a joy to listen to. And that guy on the bass isn’t bad either – his name escapes me …. Bill someone-or-other I believe ! We never miss them when they come to East Anglia.
    Trust me – catch the gig if they come your way. They are truly great !
    And Bill tells a great tale about a certain American legend with feet of clay

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    • 11/11/2013 a packed Buxton Opera House. Awesome set. 20+ songs spread over more than two hours. Each musician a talent in their own right. Shame Georgie Fame was ill – get well soon, Georgie – but Geraint more than made up for his absence. Saw Albert on tour earlier this year – he just gets better! Forget paying £136 to see the Eagles – this is music at its very best.

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    • Went to the Cambridge gig. Absolutely brilliant, a joyous laugh from beginning to end, 3 hours of fun. Thanks Bill and the guys (and gals), this was top quality entertainment with a bit of slapstick thrown in. The camaraderie of the whole band shone through, they really loved playing tohether. Great assortment of songs, from ballads through a biy of country and R&B. So glad we went. Wanted to tell Bill that was the first time I’d seen him live since the Stones’ visit to Cambridge of 1963. He didn’t move that much then and he didn’t do a lot this time either. Great night’s entertainment though. Thanks !

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  15. Friday’s gig at Basingstoke was amazing, superb musicianship all round.

    Even better I got to meet Bill afterwards, absolute gent.

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  16. Great gig last night in Shanklin. Missed Georgie so please give him all of the Isle of Wight’s best wishes and hope he gets better soon!

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  17. Fantastic concert in the Isle of Wight last night. All band members were absolutely fabulous. Haven’t seen this good a gig for ages!

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  18. Yet another fantastic concert at Buxton last night. The band just gets better and better (if that’s possible) and Maria was a delight – loved the Mississippi John Hurt number and Terry’s guitar playing was a treat.

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  19. 65th birthday present from wife Jo-a pair of tickets for Plymouth gig,perhaps the odd sherbet post-gig, be nice to meet some of you again.

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  20. Saw the band in Llandudno Sat 16th Nov. Fantastic show from beginning to end, something for everyone no matter what your musical tastes. Loved the rendition of ‘I’ll do my cryin’ in the rain’ by Albert, Beverly and Terry.
    We were fortunate to meet some of the band afterwards as they were staying at our hotel…how awesome was that!! Spoke at length to Frank Meade, really nice guy. In fact they’re just a bunch of ordinary people, each with an extraordinary talent.
    Can’t wait for the next tour.

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  21. Just booked Friday night in Poole a few tickets left – even got the wife to come a first in 33 years of married bliss – hoping for a good night

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  22. Really enjoyed the gig in Salisbury on 6 November. Fantastic musicians, and some really powerful, gutsy singing. Couldn’t pick a favourite, but have been singing ‘You Never Can Tell’ around the house.

    Question – does anyone know the music played pre-concert and during the interval? Sung in French.

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  23. On my way to the Barbican. Thanks so much for your beautiful letter Bill.

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  24. About to walk into Brighton Dome – hoping for a great night.

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  25. Saw two great concerts in Dartford and the Barbican – fantastic music throughout and executed by a brilliant set of musicians Hope he makes a good recovery to get back on the road again for the next tour. Oh, and by the way, what was the name of that song Bill sang at the end?

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  26. Great evening in Poole, stayed in a cool hotel just a crawl away. What a band. What an arrangement of Johnny Be Good. Get well soon Georgie x

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