Steelhouse Festival adds Sebastian Bach, Toseland, Electric Boys and The Amorettes
Sebastian Bach, Electric Boys, Toseland and The Amorettes join headliners Europe and Black Star Riders at The Steelhouse Festival from Saturday July 19th and Sunday July 20th in the beautiful countryside at Hafod-Y-Dafal Farm in Ebbw Vale, South Wales.
Now in its fourth year, Steelhouse continues to build its reputation as one of the best classic rock music festivals in the UK. Former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach and the critically acclaimed Swedish rock band Electric Boys have been added to the Saturday July 19th line-up, headlined by Black Star Riders. Toseland and The Amorettes join Swedish rock headliners Europe on Sunday July 20th.
Sebastian Bach has sold in excess of 20 million records worldwide, and releases his new album Give ‘Em Hell on April 22nd. Stockholm’s Electric Boys are best known for their debut 1989 album Funk-O-Metal Carpet Ride and their rock anthem All Lips N’ Hips. Former world superbike champion, James Toseland is best known for his critically acclaimed debut album Renegade, while Scottish female power trio, The Amorettes first came to prominence with their 2011 debut album Haulin' Ass.
“We are incredibly excited to announce these additions to this year’s festival line-up,” says Steelhouse Festival’s co-founder Sally Ann Evans. “The Steelhouse Festival is now in its fourth year, and the quality of artists keeps getting better and better. To have Europe and Black Star Riders headline this festival after only three years is quite some achievement, but then to add a world-renowned rock icon like Sebastian Bach as special guest is really a massive testament to the loyal following the festival is attracting.”
To order tickets visit the official festival website: www.steelhousefestival.com.