Henry Wagons and band Wagons are rolling into Lismore next Wednesday for a gig that will surely have the ol’ town pumpin’.
Henry Wagons and band Wagons are rolling into Lismore next Wednesday for a gig that will surely have the ol’ town pumpin’.

Wagons set to rock Lismore

The band Wagons is fronted by Henry Wagons, who has the bearded, grungy appearance and cheeky charisma of a real, rockin’ showman. He appeared a few weeks ago on Rockwiz – a sure sign his career is on the up and up.

Wagons are now well and truly road-hardened from their recent mammoth 30-date tour promoting their latest album The Rise and Fall of Goodtown – which has done very, very well for the band, thank you very much.

The band’s rollicking live shows have seen this Melbourne group become one of the hottest tickets around the country. (The band has recently been nominated for best Aussie group in the Age/EG Awards.)

Wagons evoke the spirit of a dark wild west. And they sure know how to party.

Wagons will make the floorboards rock and tremble when they play the Tatts Hotel in Lismore next Wednesday, November 11.

Local outfit The Tendons will open the night.

Doors open at 7pm; $15 gets you in.


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