They may say Goodbye Mr A, but last night Norwich said a big hello to the Hoosiers
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of debut album ‘The Trick to Life’, The Hoosiers are currently embarking on a massive 27 gig tour across the UK playing their debut album in its entirety. Finding time to stop off in Norwich at The Waterfront, last night’s gig was sold out as Hoosiemauts flocked to see the band.
It was an intimate gig and the Hoosiers certainly know how to entertain their crowd; personable and fun, their high energy was infectious and, if truth be told, had us all bopping to their beats, singing along loudly and smiling from ear to ear. Opening with one of their classics – Worried about Ray the gig started on a big high. It was very much a show of two halves with the first half focusing on their debut album, and later material in the second half yet all credit goes to the band for sustaining the energy and upbeat high throughout.
From Norwich they head to Oxford, Leicester and London, ending the tour on the 6 November in St Albans. With 18 gigs left to play, there’s still time to see them live. Plus of course if you can tear yourself away from the dance floor, you’ll have the chance to pick up a copy of the band’s new limited edition vinyl which is an expanded edition of their debut album, The Trick to Life.
Take a look at the full tour list here: https://10years.thehoosiers.com