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Roman Candle Presents The Western AF European Tour "Country Music Review" feat. Kristina Murray, Todd Day Wait & Pat Reedy

Tuesday 11th June, 2024.
£16 Adv.

Western AF
St Mary's ~ A Creative Space

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Roman Candle is delighted to welcome The Western AF European Tour "Country Music Review" feat. Kristina Murray, Todd Day Wait & Pat Reedy to St Mary's Creative Space, Chester on Tuesday 11th June.

Tickets £16 advance from Grey N Pink Records or See Tickets.


Western AF is a video live performance channel that documents authentic modern singers and songwriters for the archives of history. Their strong style of quality film and audio production with an emphasis on unknown artists, have helped audiences see the importance of underground songwriters.  

Western AF Europe Tour (Country Music Review)

Western AF European Tour is taking three Nashville songwriters, Kristina Murray, Pat Reedy and Todd Day Wait on the road across the EU to spread the word on good country music. A live initiate show with some of America’s best kept secrets in country music.


Kristina Murray is a country musician living in Nashville, Tennessee. Kristina's music pays homage to the jangle of an acoustic guitar, the sting of a Telecaster, the whine of a pedal steel and a walking bassline—the sweat and grime and heartache of country legends—rather than the hair-metal guitar and drum machine of contemporary commercial country. One listen and you’ll believe every word that drips from her honky-tonk hewn, honeyed vocal style. Kristina is currently working on her third LP, to be released sometime this year. 


Pat Reedy makes honest honky-tonk music for the modern world, mixing twang, blue-collar song-writing, working-class pride, and an unconventional backstory.

“Armed with the wit of Billy Joe Shaver and the swagger of Waylon Jennings, Pat Reedy is one to watch.” - Wide Open Country


Todd is a Missouri native with an easy-going, good humored nature that will have you singing along faster than you know the words. After years traveling he settled in New Orleans for almost a decade and then moved up to Nashville in 2019. You can find him with his band keeping the late night Honkytonks alive with two stepping in Nashville, all over the U.S. and throughout Europe.

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