Published: 00:02, 30 January 2018
They’ve shared stages with the likes of Def Leppard, Aerosmith and Motley Crue – now rock act Steel Panther will be sharing their sound with Kent music fans this summer.
The band are sure to deliver a riotous set at the Ramblin’ Man Fair in Maidstone with huge singles including Death To All But Metal, Just Like Tiger Woods and the show-stealing Community Property.
The band, who released their latest studio album, Lower The Bar, last year, come to the music festival in Mote Park as special guests on the main stage, having announced the date live on stage at their sold out Hammersmith Apollo gig at the weekend.
They join acts already announced including headliners The Cult and Gun on the main stage, and Fish, formerly of Marillion, on the Prog in the Park stage, plus Chas n’ Dave.
The Cult – performing a UK exclusive – formed in 1983 and have sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, with the distinctive vocals of Ian Astbury and guitar playing of Billy Duffy inspiring a generation of young rock fans. Their classic albums include Love, Electric and Sonic Temple.
Scottish band Gun were one of the UK’s premier rock acts of the 1990s, with their 1989 debut album, Taking the World leading to a host of singles and guest slots with bands such as Bon Jovi and Iron Maiden.
Cockney duo Chas & Dave play the Blues Stage with some of their eight Top 40 singles and nine charting albums including well known numbers from Gertcha to Rabbit and Ain’t No Pleasing You.
Ramblin’ Man Fair is in Mote Park on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1.
For tickets, which are £156 for general admission both days, visit ramblinmanfair18.eventbrite.co.uk
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