Fri, 23 Dec|
KK's Xmas Show
The Hot One Two are thrilled to be included in KK Steel Mills 2022 Christmas show. We can't wait to be supporting the superb White Tygër alongside Mystiek followed by a DJ set by the Sisters Of Spin
Time & Location
23 Dec 2022, 19:00
Wolverhampton, Starworks Warehouse, Frederick St, Wolverhampton WV2 4DU, UK
About the event
White Tygër are a band that have recently exploded onto the scene with their brand new debut album ‘This Is The Life’ the band originally formed in 2015 playing tribute to the greats of Classic Rock such as AC/DC, Guns N Roses, Metallica, Motley Crue and more but it wasn’t long before they started introducing their own songs and secured a large fanbase in the West Midlands area! Throughout their career White Tygër have gigged relentlessly around the Midlands and beyond, selling out some of the larger more established venues multiple times, performing wild and crazy shows involving pyrotechnics, dancers, wild antics involving audience members and much more that needs to be seen to be believed! They have also spread out across the UK and abroad and even landed some impressive support slots, opening for the likes of Love/Hate, Vince Neil and Chris Holmes (WASP). The debut album itself is a fierce mix of Old School Rock from the 70’s/80’s and early 90’s with a modern twist! With the bands influences ranging from straight out Classic Rock to Sleaze Hair Metal, Straight up Heavy Metal and Modern Metal styles too it’s fair to say they don’t allow much room for ‘pigeonholing’. They have received very positive reviews from ‘This Is The Life’ by respected critics, radio presenters and musicians alike and are tipped for big things in the future. The band are currently booking up shows for the rest of 2022/23 and looking to make a big impact on the upcoming Rock scene!
Mystiek are an Alternative Metal Band from Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. Formed by Josh Dallas in 2016, the band combine their wide variety of influences for a heavy, aggressive and atmospheric sound, fuelled with grunge inspired riffs and high energy guitar solos.
The four piece band take inspiration from the likes of Deftones, Pantera and Alice in Chains, combining these with each member's distinct styles and backgrounds for a varied and diverse sound.
The Hot One Two
2017 saw the launch of brand-new Cambridge based rock band, The Hot One Two. Exploding onto the scene, making appearances in venues and at festivals nationwide, which in turn drew the support and attention of local radio stations, including BBC introducing. Nick Blackburn (bass), Nick Manners (lead guitar) and Joe Chivers (drums), 3 friends, raised on rock and roll, began writing and rehearsing some tunes of their own. A dep guitarist joined the band mid 2018, to help finish off a very busy festival season.
After a line-up change, they recently welcomed the very talented Simon West as their permanent Frontman and Kev Baker as their second guitarist, both having a wealth of experience in recording and touring which has only strengthened their offering.
Their debut EP, 'Come What May' was very well received, and the band have used this as a spring-board to secure better shows and festivals. The band have secured shows including support slots with Those Damn Crows, FM, Tygers of Pan Tang, Massive Wagons, SKAM, Tequila Mockingbyrd, Saints of Sin, Vambo and Hollowstar.
Jay has been playing guitar after he saw the music video to if you want blood by AC/DC. Other influences are Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard and Slash. Tyler has been rocking the guitar for 6 years and loves to put on a show. He’s a huge fan of classic rock and is massively influenced by Eddie Van Halen, Angus Young and David Gilmour. Oz started to play musical instruments at the age of 12. From classic rock and jazz to modern day metal, Oz’s influences include Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age and Megadeth. Ed mainly plays drums, guitar and bass. He likes many different genre’s of music but was inspired by Catfish and the Bottlemen, Coldplay, Nothing but Thieves, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Wonder and many other influences.
The Hot One Two at KK's
This event is 14 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.£10.00