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Introducing The Mangledwurzels

The Mangledwurzels entertaining the local youths at Camerton Village Day (19/7/8) The Mangledwurzels are a three-piece Scrumpy & Western band based in Somerset celebrating the works of the Bard Of Avonmouth, Adge Cutler and The Wurzels. More than just a Wurzels tribute band, The Mangledwurzels play Wurzels songs, old and new, blended with self-penned titles and pop standards 'Mangled' in true Wurzels tradition.

The Mangledwurzels are a three-piece consisting of Hedge Cutter on lead vocals, Seth Pitt on guitar, kick drum and vocals, and Jethro Tool on keyboards and vocals. Together they provide a performance intimate enough for the smallest of pubs and clubs, or big enough for a large outdoor festival or show. A quick look at the band's packed gig guide will show how popular the trio are.

Formed in early 2005, The Mangledwurzels are all experienced musicians who have graced a wide variety of stages and venues across the country. The Mangledwurzels effortlessly convey their innate sense of fun and humour to their audiences both through the song lyrics and their performance, and can be guaranteed to satisfy any size of audience regardless of age, gender or musical preferences. Based in the West Country, with the majority of the band born and bred in Somerset, The Mangledwurzels are in the ideal position to produce a genuine West Country Scrumpy & Western sound.

You can book the The Mangledwurzels for gigs, parties, weddings, functions, corporate events, festivals, agricultural shows or farmers balls.

The Mangledwurzels in a photo-finish with the Ooh La La's at the Brighton Cider Festival at Brighton Racecourse (27 April 2008)

Jethro Tool on stage at the EDF Energy Bristol Harbour Festival (2 Aug 2008)

Seth Pitt hurling the mangold at the Annual Mangold Hurling Championships at Sherston, Wiltshire (7 Oct 2006)

The Mangledwurzels on stage at the EDF Energy Bristol Harbour Festival (2 Aug 2008)

 
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