3 January 2013

Designer Magazine presents The Rubys at Dry Bar Manchester

The Rubys at Dry Bar Manchester

Designer Magazine presents The Rubys at Dry Bar Manchester

plus special guests

The Uptake
Moose Patrol
Crawl Space

Dry Bar, Oldham Street, Manchester
Sat 26th Jan - Doors 6.30pm
£5 in adv from

UK Rock Band exploding from the Manchester Music Scene

Appearances at the inaugural FOMFEST and Collaboration Festival’s are included in a variety of headline gigs in 2011 including The Manchester Academy, Jabez Clegg, Dry Bar, and Night and Day. This is in addition to support slots at The HMV Ritz with The Rainband, FAC251: The Factory with Supajamma, and The Deaf Institute with Steve Pilgrim.

Radio Presenters and Indie Rock Bloggers have described The Rubys as “reminiscent of early Manic Street Preachers”.

Live and recorded appearances on BBC Introducing, North Manchester FM, AllFM, Manchester Radio Online, RedShift Radio, Salford City Radio and Beatwolf Radio have all helped build a strong live following to compliment a strong online prescence.

The Rubys played Future Perfect 3 in Castlefield on May 12 2012, preceding the debut album launch of "LIMELIGHT PARASITE" at The Ruby Lounge on May 19.

The band then signed to Affinity Records in July 2012 after critical acclaim of their debut Album "Limelight Parasite" that was recorded and Produced by Manchester legend "Martin Coogan" Ex lead singer of "The Mock Turtles and Dean Glover at Vibe Studios "The previous home of Manchester greats "New Order".

The bands new single "SHAKE YOU FREE" released 5th October 2012 on Affinity Records has been received amazingly both here in the UK and even more so in the USA.

We are curently planning the 2013 Tour which will include three weeks in America after the massive support received over their from an amazing amount of radio stations but foremost from "Bernie Overly" at SR ROCKS in Philadelphia and our tireless promoter in the states "Beth Cregger"....if only she would sleep from time to time!!!.......she's a star!!!

"Five ordinary lads who love to play music"

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