Stafford's Ryders Creed come home to Redrum

By Leigh Sanders | Staffordshire entertainment | Published:

Stafford rockers Ryders Creed will be playing a hometown show next month.

Stafford's Ryders Creed will be at Redrum Photo: Tommy Cope (The Artful Sikes)

The five-piece are signed to Rock People Management who handle the promotion of their music, and the company have put together the RPM Take Over Tour to highlight some of the bright young talents.

The tour will be at Redrum in Stafford on May 17, following a date at Birmingham's Hammer & Anvil on May 4.

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Ryders Creed, formed in 2017, is vocalist and frontman Ryan Hulme, a former Walton High School student from Stafford, as well as guitarists Lee Spencer and Myles Cooper, bassist Richard Clark and drummer Lee Gilbert - a former Stafford University student.

Fans raised £6,000 through crowdfunding so they could release their debut album last year, and the self-titled release arrived in June. They launched the record with a show at Redrum itself.

Also on the bill are Empyre, a Northampton group who are preparing their debut album Self Aware for release on July 5.

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The RPM Take Over Tour will help them promote that release, while Brighton's The Rocket Dolls are also on the bill.

The Redrum show tickets can be bought from See Tickets for £7.

Tickets to the Birmingham show, priced at £6, are available through Ryders Creed's website.

Leigh Sanders

By Leigh Sanders

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