The band would like to thank all of the staff at The Globe, Winj (Gareth Jones), Shane Sparks, Mark Kane and Lick of the Python and Tessa Blakout for their help and support on the evening.
Please see below the article from June's Wales Online promoting the event
With the recent release of their new video Punched in the Gutz, which saw the band return to St David's Hall in Cardiff earlier in the year ( Tigertailz return to iconic venue to film new video), the band have announced a free charity concert in aid of Amser Justin Time, the charity set up by original bassist Pepsi Tate's widow Shan Cothi.
The band, consisting of Jay Pepper on guitar, Matt Blakout on drums, Rob Wylde on bass and Jules Millis on vocals, are looking to raise as much money as possible on the night in memory of co-founder Pepsi Tate, who succumbed to pancreatic cancer in 2007.
Jay said: "We've wanted to do a free show for a long time now, but for one reason or another it's just never come off. But thanks to Mike and the people at The Globe in Cardiff we can now finally do it. It's our chance to give something back and say thanks to all the fans for sticking with us. So we are really looking forward to it. It will also enable us to raise more money for Pepsi's Amser Justin Time charity by running a collection on the night. So it really should make for a great fun night."
This will be a totally FREE show for all the hardcore fans out there, so you’ll need to be quick getting your ticket as they expect it to sell out – To get tickets you need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
Support for the night comes from Lick of the Python.
The band, who released the Knives EP last year, are hoping to unleash their next EP, titled Daggerz, later this year or early 2015. Also due for release in September 2014 on US label FnA Records are all of the old Tigertailz demos, to be called Tigertailz Lost Reelz.Back