More live music at The Chase Inn this weekend!

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Bleeding Hearts played Glastonbury! Image from the band’s Facebook page.

The revival of the Chase Inn at Newtown, Brownhills continues apace – there’s not only great ale and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, but great live music most weekends, too – this Saturday (27th June 2015) you can catch top rated folk punk rock band The Bleeding Hearts from 9pm, and in the afternoon slot on Sunday (28th June 2015) hillbilly skiffle band The Fabled Finks play from 4-7pm.

Ewan P Stevens of Bleeding Hearts wrote:

Hey Bob!

Here’s a present for ya! It’s Glastonbury this weekend, but did you know you can see a band that has performed there, right here in Brownhills? Well you Bleedin’ well can and it’ll be up close and personal! It’ll be a Hot one, so make a bee-line to the coolest little venue in town this Saturday night. Catch Bleeding Hearts acoustic at the Chase Inn. Prepare you ears for some Punk-Folk-Rock Mando Magic!

Ewan

The pub was in the doldrums for years, but now under new management, the buzz around the Chase Inn has been building. The recent real ale and cider festival was a real hit – it’s so good to see a local pub revived.

Why not get down there? You’re guaranteed a great night…

For the satnav folk, the address is: 6 Watling Street, Newtown, Brownhills WS8 6JS

You can contact the pub on: 01543 899568 or visit their Facebook page.

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Some great gigs upcoming. Image from the Chase Inn Facebook page.

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One Response to More live music at The Chase Inn this weekend!

  1. wyrleyblog says:

    Seen the Bleeding Hearts a few times – class. Hope to get down.

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