Hector Gannet

10/4/19 The Cluny with Tom Williams

The full band are looking forward to this one. Grab your  TICKETS HERE

HIT THE NORTH 5/5/19

Details on venue/time etc to follow – but you can now get TICKETS HERE

Supporting Musicians Against Homelessness

TICKETS A FIVER HERE

Manchester & London supporting Sam Fender. *Sold Out*

We are extremely chuffed once again to be given the opportunity to support Sam Fender. This time we travel to Manchester (Gorilla) and London (Electric Brixton). Both sold out.

Hector Gannet (solo) supporting LACH at Surf Cafe

From Wikipedia:

Lach is an American singer-songwriter associated with the anti-folk movement.[1] As a songwriter, Lach founded the anti-folk art and music movement, which is cited as a main inspiration by contemporary performers like BeckJeffrey LewisHamell on TrialThe Moldy Peaches and Regina Spektor in the US and Laura Marling in the UK. Lach has released six albums, a book of poetry, and has a regular series on BBC Radio 4 called The Lach Chronicles.[2]

We’ve been named in ‘ones to watch’ list for 2019

Nice to have made a list of bands to watch by the excellent Louder Than War. We’re looking forward to getting into the studio soon to record tracks for out debut release. Thanks to Gus Ironside & John Robb at LTW for the support, and for choosing us to make the list. List is > HERE

Intimate Solo Gig – March 16th 2019

Very excited to be doing a solo show in a very intimate space, where some wonderful artists such as Michal Chapman, Kathryn Williams and the great Richard Dawson have played. Its a double headline show which i’m honoured to play alongside Nev Clay.

TICKETS HERE

Friday 25th January 2019 – Winter Festival at Beamish Hall, County Durham.

TICKETS can be found HERE for this wonderful winter event.

Review of Hector Gannet sold out gig with Nev Clay

Click HERE for a review from Louder Than War of Hector Gannet and Nev Clay double headline sold out intimate show at The Wheel House.

15th November 2018 – 50 year anniversary since Hector Gannet sank off the coast of England

We’re extremely excited to announce our headline show at Surfcafe Tynemouth on Thursday 15th November! A date which will mark the 50th anniversary of the maritime disaster in which the converted trawler Hector Gannet, LO.143 was sunk. In respect and remembrance of all those lost at sea, proceeds will go via the RNLI Grace Darling Museum to the RNLI.

Support comes from ‘Paula & The Dolphin’, a collaborative project from the inspiring minds of Ryan Siddall (a.k.a Bugman) and GWinston Lang (st james infirmary) who we highly recommend. Tickets are only available online from the link below;

REMAINING TICKETS HERE