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Wishbone Ash is a British rock band which achieved its greatest success in the early and mid-1970s. Their most popular albums included Wishbone Ash (1970), Argus (1972), There's the Rub (1974), and New England (1976). They were one of the first bands to use twin lead guitars. Check our available Wishbone Ash concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Concert Friday
March 11, 2022
8:00 pm
The Kent Stage
Kent, OH 175 East Main Street Kent, Ohio US
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Mention Wishbone Ash to rock fans of a certain age and they'll no doubt quickly reference the band's early '70s output and specifically the beloved Argus album. The band has a solid group of diehard fans and that's why there are now about 25 Wishbone Ash titles on the market. The good news for those who fell off the bandwagon after Argus or maybe a couple albums later is that Blue Horizon has lots of songs that sound like the early days...
When you think of bands that pioneered the twin lead guitar idea, who do you think of? Judas Priest? Iron Maiden, possibly? Maybe southern rock outfit, Outlaws? How about England's Wishbone Ash, which began right around the same time as Judas Priest? The band has been going strong for better than 40 years, with regular releases over the years. If the Wikipedia entry is correct, Blue Horizon is their 25th studio album. Wishbone Ash: never too old to rock n roll...
The year was 1995, the day was April 6th, the location was Geneva in Switzerland. And Andy Powell decided to celebrate Wishbone Ash 25th Anniversary as a touring and recording band with an appearance at The Rock Heroes Festival. This much sought after live affair ? recorded on a 48-track digital mobile ? had been out of print for the past decade but is now available thanks to Angel Air. Better still, it is enhanced and includes a film clip of opening track ?The King Will Come?...
Before Martin Turner and Andy Powell parted ways and ploughed on with their own versions of the Great British Melodic Rock band, they produced some of their choicest cuts for MCA. While there's been a surfeit of collections over the years, this acts as a fine intro to the uninitiated, charting Wishbone Ash's sonic evolution from dual-guitar Chas & Dave (their debut 1970 single Blind Eye), to stadium-gracing rock leviathans in the early 80s (the BTO-style Open Road)...
Come along on a magical mystery tour with the longest running band you've never heard of: Wishbone Ash. For thirty years this group from England has been making making and cultivating a tight-knit group of followers that meet up at concerts and the annual Ash-Con. Clan Destiny is the latest in a long string of albums, and the sound of the seventies is as strong as ever...
180 gram reissue, licensed to Universal. The second and most highly-revered album from this British rock band, originally released in 1972. Tracks "The King Will Come," "Warrior" and "Throw Down The Sword" have historically been cited as key motivational tools during legions of AD&D; players' weight loss endeavors.
All right, a 180 gram vinyl reissue of this longtime fave! Basically if you're into epic twin guitar harmonies, THIS is the band, before Lizzy, before Priest, before Maiden, before The F'n Champs... Here's what Allan here wrote about it when he reviewed a cd reish (still available, w/ bonus tracks, btw) many years ago on list 136: Back on list 126, I wrote about my belated discovery of the greatness that is Wishbone Ash's self-titled 1970 debut...
Sound: Wishbone Ash, the quintessential English rock group, with the distinctive twin guitar sound of Ted Turner and Andy Powell backed up by bassist/vocalist Martin Turner (no relation to Ted) and drummer Steve Upton, brought out this, their third album, in 1972, the very height of the British progressive rock / blues period that produced such a rich vein of bands and sounds...
The journeyman English blues-cum-heavy group of whom it has been said: "When they come out on stage, they seem to be holding their guitars like machine guns, but pretty soon you realize it's more like shovels."
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