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Press Kit

What we say

If you like your banjo music, fast, filthy and with more than a little cleavage, then look no further Brethren. The Boot Hill All Star show promises songs of tequila fuelled evenings, dubious morals and twisted family values.

Previous shows include varied supports from The Damned, via The Beat to The Wurzels and Hayseed Dixie. Regulars on the festival circuit since 2008. It’s a great, fun show - full of audience participation and certainly not to be taken without a degree of fitness and a sturdy corset

What they say

  • "Boothill Allstars get the award for the most dancers up in front of them. I’m not sure I have ever seen someone play Ska music using a banjo, but believe me it really works. These guys are what festivals are all about and their infectious fun-loving performance gains them many new fans." David Chinery, Wonky Donk 2015

  • " Playing the Holy an Unholy way" - John-Hayseed Dixie

  • "The Boothill All Stars will fluff up every corner of your dance hall with gusto and aplomb, gorgeous, cuddly and rasping with delight". DJ Dapperdan

  • "From the first song they get the whole crowd up dancing, whooping and getting on down. by the time they bow out with a breakneck Jolene, they're practically hollering from the rafters" Ollie Hulme, Wells May Fayre 2015

What we look like

Where we've been

Festival appearances include: Glastonbury, Boomtown, Bearded Theory, Camp Bestival, Endorse it in Dorset, Swanage Carnival, Once Upon a Time in the West, Sunrise Festival, Watchet Festival, Wimborne Folk Festival

What we sound like

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