Rhino & The Ranters

Live Act Punk 'n' Roll Blues Roots Bluegrass
Rhino & The Ranters - Punk 'n' Roll Blues Roots Bluegrass Live Act in Birmingham

Rhino & The Ranters Short Info

Rhino and the Ranters are infamous for their high octane live sets and have been exciting audiences across the UK since they were formed by Ryan Webb in London in 2009. Their raucous delivery and on-stage charisma have won them a loyal army of fans. Their music has been described as Cow-Punk, Gospel Blues, a mixture of Roots, Rock and Roll and Bluegrass. Difficult to pigeonhole, their sound is simply Ranter Music. There is no-one else like them.

Past Gigs Rhino & The Ranters

  • 12 | 2015 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
  • 12 | 2015 Birmingham O2 Academy
  • 11 | 2015 Stourbridge Katie Fitzgerald's
  • 09 | 2015 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
  • 07 | 2015 Bromsgrove Hop Pole Inn
  • 07 | 2015 Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
  • 07 | 2015 Warwick The Punch Bowl
  • 06 | 2015 Portishead Portishead Working Men's Club
  • 06 | 2015 Tanworth in Arden Lunar Festival
  • 05 | 2015 Birmingham Dark Horse, Moseley
  • 04 | 2015 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
  • 04 | 2015 Bromsgrove Hop Pole Inn
  • 03 | 2015 Birmingham The Rainbow
  • 03 | 2015 Wolverhampton The Crown, Codsall
  • 03 | 2015 Birmingham The Spotted Dog
  • 03 | 2015 Wallsall Wheatsheaf
  • 02 | 2015 Birmingham Dark Horse, Moseley
  • 02 | 2015 Coventry Broomfield Tavern
  • 01 | 2015 Stafford The Grapes
  • 01 | 2015 Barton-under-Needwood The Waterfront
  • 01 | 2015 Lichfield George IV
  • 01 | 2015 Birmingham Back Bar Blues Club, Hare & Hounds

Discography Rhino & The Ranters

  • 2011 The Hanging Room Album | Self-released

Media

  • Sound Needlework
  • Video 'Love The Way You Roll' - R...
  • Video 'Talking Through Walls' - R...
  • Video 'Guajira' - Rhino & The Ran...

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Origin

  • Birmingham GB

Founded

  • 2009

Members

  • Ryan Webb lead vocals/guitar/banjo/harmonica
  • Loz Kingsley mandolin/backing vocals
  • Pete Hammond drums/percussion
  • Richard March bass