The Crooked Empire playing in Worcester

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DROITWICH band The Crooked Empire will be headlining The Marrs Bar in Worcester this Saturday, June 23.

The four-Piece indie-rock band, described as "The greatest pure rock 'n' roll act in the two counties", have just finished their debut album.

Too pretty for the City is due for release this summer and includes guest appearances by Andy Fairweather Lowe (Amen Corner, Roger Waters and Eric Clapton) and Alan Kendall (Bee Gees).

For more information about the band, visit thecrookedempire.com.

For tickets to the show, visit marrsbar.co.uk.

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