Bad Touch recruits new guitarist

Guitarist Rob Glendinning has parted company with UK band Bad Touch. It would appear the co-founder hasn’t left on bad terms however because it was him who suggested his own successor, Harry Slater – A 20 year old who’s been described as a “guitar virtuoso.”

Slater has already performed live with Bad Touch, and there is video footage of him playing guitar on the Jimi Hendrix classic ‘Voodoo Chile’ that the band have released from their gig at The Brickmakers in Norwich last December .

UK fans further afield will get the opportunity to Slater live for themselves this coming March-April when Bad Touch and Broken Witt Rebels co-headline Planet Rock Roadstars UK Tour.


Thursday 16 March 2017               Leeds, Brudenell
Friday 17 March 2017                     Newcastle, Cluny
Saturday 18 March 2017               Glasgow, O2 ABC
Wednesday 22 March 2017          Norwich, Waterfront
Thursday 23 March 2017              Sheffield, Greystones
Friday 24 March 2017                    Manchester, Ruby Lounge
Saturday 25 March 2017               Nottingham ,Bodega
Thursday 30 March 2017              Bristol, Tunnels
Friday 31 March 2017                    Brighton, Haunt
Saturday 1 April 2017                    Southampton, Talking Heads
Sunday 2 April 2017                       Cardiff, The Globe
Friday 7 April 2017                         Birmingham, O2 Academy
Saturday 8 April 2017                    London, The Borderline

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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