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New Phantom Cowboys EP & Gig Dates Announced

The Phantom Cowboys have announced the planned release of a new EP and a series of gig dates for 2016. The EP, working title, ‘Dead Men’s Clothes‘ will feature the first new studio recordings by the band in 18 years and will feature four new original tracks. Dead Men’s Clothes is scheduled for release in September 2016 and will be available as a digital download and a limited edition vinyl 7″.

The band has also announced two live dates so far in 2016: The Phantom Cowboys will be playing at The Cat’s Meow club in Norwich on Friday April 29th and will be headlining the Feathersfest alldayer at the Feathers in Wymondham on 2nd July. More lives dates are in the pipeline and are due to be announced shortly.

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The Phantom Cowboys Ride Again

Image courtesy of Richard Shashamane (copyright 2015)

It’s official, we’re back! A packed Blueberry in Norwich bore witness on 8th August 2015 to the return of The Phantom Cowboys to the live stage.

If you missed it, here’s a terrific video of the band’s rendition of their famous ‘(One Last Drink at) The Club Cruella’, title track from their cult classic album, Down & Out At The Club Cruella.

You can also read a great write-up of the evening at Norwichblog: http://norwichblog.com/2015/08/12/the-phantom-cowboys-the-blueberry-8-august-2015/

Phantom Cowboys at The Cat’s Meow – 27th November 2015

The Phantom Cowboys have announced a new concert date at The Cat’s Meow swing night at The Canary Social Club, Thorpe Road, Norwich on Friday 27th 2015.

The band will be unveiling new material as well as playing favourites from their cult classic album, Down and Out at The Club Cruella.

The Cat’s Meow is a monthly swing, jump jive and rhythm & blues club run by former UK Lindy Hop Champion, Robert Austin.

The Phantom Cowboys said “At first glance we may seem an odd choice for a dance evening, but we’ve always been heavily influenced by early swing musicians like Count Basie and Jelly Roll Morton.

“We’re not exactly a swing band, but we’ll be playing some new stuff and some fun old covers. We can’t promise anything, but we’ll do our best to keep it danceable!”

The night will also include DJ’s and a lindy hop lesson. Details and tickets will be available soon from the Norwich Swing Cats website.