Howlin Rain Cancel Club Uncut Show

European tour is off as bassist leaves

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Howlin Rain have cancelled their Club Uncut show on September 14, after bassist Ian Gradek unexpectedly left the band.

The band have had to cancel all their forthcoming European dates. The band have sent their apologies to all of their fans and hope to be able to play in London again soon.

Mean Fiddler would like to offer an opportunity for ticket holders to attend an alternative show. If you have hard tickets for the Howlin Rain show, these will be valid for either: William Elliott Whitmore with special guest Cate Le Bon at The Relentless Garage, London, on Monday 14 September, doors 7pm. Or Club Uncut presents Willard Grant Conspiracy with special guests The Duke And The King, on Friday 18 September, doors 6.30pm, also at the Relentless Garage.

If you have ordered tickets for box office collection, please contact your ticket issuer to choose which show you would like to attend.

With hard tickets for Howlin Rain, you will be able to gain entry to either show. Alternatively if you wish to claim a refund please contact your ticket issuer. All hard tickets will need to be returned untampered.

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