Wednesday 11 March 2020


James Sayer

Waving palmtrees across the California Pacific Coast Highway, window down, radio on and the magical westcoastpop-sound of Young Gun Silver Fox pumping from the stereo. Can you imagine something more beautiful? We can’t. That’s why PAARD is very happy to have this little bit of Westcoast-summer in our venue on the 11th of March 2020. Don’t forget about the special bonustrack giveaway for early birds!

The sound of Young Gun Silver Fox is laid back seventies westcoastpop with a little bit of eigthies. YGSF has bands like The Eagles, The Doobie Brothers and Hall & Oates. The voices and talents of Shawn Lee and Andy Platts look like they where made for each other. The results are mesmerizing melodies, grappling songstructures and beautiful harmonies. A sound with soul, that feels modern and authentic at the same time. All of this is produced in a masterful way, with a rich and full sound. The sound that made the topstudio’s of Los Angeles in the seventies so special.

This night will be one to remember for the old ánd the young.

Klinkt als Hall & Oates, Bill Withers, The Eagles Laatste kaarten
  • € 29,00
  • Grote Zaal
  • 19:30
  • 20:00
  • 23:00

*incl € 2,50 servicefee

Young Gun Silver Fox are the Brits Shawn Lee and Andy Platts, two men with a rich history in the music-scene. Producer and multi-instrumentalis Lee played in a bunch of bands and worked with stars like Jeff Buckley, Kelis and Amy Winehouse. He also produced music for films and tv-shows like (Ocean’s Thirteen and CSI: Miama). Platts (the young one) is mostly known for his work as the leadsinger of funk-soulband Mama’s Gun. British music-magazine Uncut called his music ‘A masterclass in blue-eyed Bubblegum Soul.”

Exclusive Young Gun Silver Fox-bonustrack for early birds
Ticketbuyers that bought tickets until december 31st will be sent a exclusive bonustrack download. After the 1ste of january there is no chance of getting this song!

I think we are just really good at passing the baton to one another and just doing what we do. Zoning in, and being completely at the mercy of instinct, where those feelings of joy and satisfaction reign supreme.

– Andy Platts