Yes Sir Boss

Yes Sir Boss

Wednesday 18th September 2013

Glasswerk Concerts Present

Yes Sir Boss

Will and the People

7:30 pm until 11:00 pm


Price: £8 limited early bird, £10 in advance

Status: Tickets Available (Updated on 9/7/2013)

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Doors open at 7:30 PM – Event ends at 11:00 PM

Age: You must be 18 years of age or more to attend this event (with or without a guardian) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.

About Yes Sir Boss

Yes Sir Boss’s diverse up-tempo sound takes the rhythmic foundations of ska and funk, and injects them with bluesy guitar riffs, spaghetti-western tinged jazz horns and pop-infused vocal melodies to create an irresistibly catchy mix with more than enough bite to cater to fans of all genres. In 2012 the band totalled 150 live shows across the UK & Europe, including support on Joss Stone’s European ‘Soul Sessions 2’ tour and a 25 date UK album tour in October, where the band sold-out their album launch party at Camden’s Jazz Cafe for debut Desperation State produced by Steve Greenwell (Arrested Development & Joss Stone). Receiving strong online support, the album helped propel YSB further into Europe where in January this year they were invited to appear alongside life-long inspiration Madness at the illustrious Midem Music Conference in Cannes.

Will and The People are a collective of people who have decided that playing and making music together is the right thing to do… They are perfect for main stages at festivals, living rooms, sweaty packed pubs and clubs at 3am, in tents, fast cars, slow cars, and on boats… and in the sun with a bloody mary.. They all write songs and then play reggae, pop, grunge, ska, and house 4 to the floor… and mix them all together.. Its fun.. it is honest, very catchy, and rather interesting when they really get going… they tend not to have a setlist, and get bored playing the same songs so every show is different.. (Currently the band, the magician and the producer all live under the same roof.. which means they can afford to be spontaneous, as they can read each other very well..) the band don’t really argue, and they work together… because of this they are doing very well this year.. they have managed to book all their own gigs and do all their own paperwork (nearly)….

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