Cult heroes Nine Below Zero are back with a new album ... and they’re heading to St Helens this weekend.
The band will play the Citadel on Saturday, just 24 hours after blues stalwarts Paul Lamb and the Kingsnakes.
Their new album, 13 Shades of Blue, will be performed the Water Street arts centre.
Nine Below Zero tour with line-up of three original band members; Dennis Greaves (guitar/vocals), Mark Feltham (harmonica), Mickey ‘Stix’ Burkey (drums) and Ben Willis (bass) as well as additional horn section, keyboards, violin and backing vocalists, creating an exciting new Nine Below Zero Big Band sound after an impressive live debut on the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury 2016.
Since their genesis in the 1970s, Nine Below Zero have been known for providing unique and innovative music in the form of alt blues-rock, a breath of fresh air in a pop punk era. Speaking about the tour, front-man Dennis Greaves said “To be back on tour with all the guys is incredible….the energy, enthusiasm and the magic are back.”