It would be a mistake to say that Tokyo Blade don’t possess staying power! The band’s first album was released in 1983 and now, nearly 30 years later, four-fifths of the ‘classic-era’ line-up – Boulton, Wiggins, Wrighton and Pierce – plus singer Nicolaj Ruhnow will rock their home town of Salisbury for the first time in years.
They will be playing The Chapel Club in Milford Street on Friday August 24 with support from the brilliant Gazibo.
The gig will be Free entry on the door (a donation to ‘Children with Leukemia’ would be appreciated) and to be sure of entry, free tickets are available from The Mushroom in Catherine Street.
Having just completed a brand new studio album "Thousand men Strong", Tokyo Blade are back to their best and are ready to show a new generation of Salisbury folk how to rock!