Music Is Life present

Bad Touch

Shake a Leg UK Tour

+ Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics

+ Daxx & Roxanne

Friday 19th October

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  • Doors 7:30pm |
  • £16 adv |
  • Standing |
  • Over 14s (under 16s with adult)

Please note: ticket prices may be subject to booking fee. Ticket prices shown reflect the lowest price tickets available.

Music is Life is delighted to announce that Bad Touch will be performing at the Ironworks on Friday 19 October 2018. They will be joined by special guests Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics and Daxx & Roxanne.

Bad Touch are pleased to announce they have signed a worldwide album deal with Marshall Records. Their new album, “Shake A Leg”, will be released in Friday 5th October 2018. The band will support the release with their “Shake A Leg” 17-date UK headline tour that starts on Wednesday October 14th at Newcastle University Union.

“Shake A Leg” takes a more personal and ambitious approach in song-writing and production due to the bands choice to write more spontaneously within the studio itself resulting in more emotional ‘in-the-moment’ performances. The new album features hand-picked songs that originate from a collective of all the members influences which they proudly wear on their sleeve.

Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics were formed by the former Heaven’s Basement frontman in mid-2016 currently comprising of Tom McCarthy and Laurie Buchanan on guitars, Mart Trail on Bass and Paul White on drums. The Cult Classics have toured the UK and Europe since the formation in support of their critically acclaimed album “The Man With Stars On His Knees”, released May 2017 with huge support from Planet Rock Radio and Kerrang.  The album went on to win Guy Bellamy’s “Album Of The Year” from a shortlist of over 150 bands and with 25,000 unique public votes. Classic Rock gave a 7/10 review finishing with “Buchanan is back on his feet and swinging from the heavens.”

Daxx & Roxane are a kick-ass 4-piece rock ’n’ roll band originating from Switzerland, and now based in London. With Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and AC/DC as their key influences, it’s no wonder that Kerrang!Magazine hailed themas “tooth-and-nail, testosterone-powered rock.”  It’s no surprise that their 5 killer singles have collectively spent nearly 50 weeks on the Planet Rockplaylist (with Junk Food Hangover hitting an unprecedented 11 consecutive week roll).