Concert Review: Frank Turner at the Grog Shop

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In 2005, Frank Turner started an acoustic project after ending his time with the hardcore band Million Dead. Seven years on, Turner and his band that accompanies him, the Sleeping Souls, have become critically acclaimed by the likes of renowned people in the music industry such as Brett Gurewitz, guitarist for Bad Religion and founder of Epitaph Records. Last night at The Grog Shop, Turner and the Sleepless Souls showed that just because they played a sold-out show at Wembley Stadium earlier this year, that doesn’t mean they feel entitled to playing only large venues.

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