Black Star Riders, Danny Worsnop and Aaron Keylock are among the latest raft of names added to this summer’s Ramblin’ Man Fair.
July’s celebration of classic rock, country, blues and prog already boasts a dazzling line-up including ZZ Top, Extreme, Saxon and Dokken.
And after last year’s Thin Lizzy set, BSR frontman Ricky Warwick can’t wait to return to the rolling Kent countryside for another main stage party.
“We are delighted to make our Ramblin’ Man debut at this year’s festival,” he said. “Having played there last year with Thin Lizzy and Warwick/Johnson I can vouch for what a wonderful and atmospheric experience it is.
“Black Star Riders will be ready and primed”
Worsnop will roll out choice cuts from his brand new countrified long player The Long Road Home. The iconic former front man of Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot has made the move into country following a spell in Nashville and will play Ramblin’ Man’s main stage.
Blues prodigy Aaron Keylock is fast earning a reputation as a must-see six-stringer and the teenage sensation is already booked to play HRH Blues this spring.
Tyler Bryant And The Shakedown join Lionize as the other new names added to an increasingly eclectic bill – following news that the festival has been extended to three days.