Northern Ireland's Trucker Diablo have been impressing many with their debut album ‘The Devil Rhythm' which is packed full of straight up, catchy rock n' roll tuneage. The band are at home both in pub and club venues as well as on big festival stages. Tom Harte, Simon Haddock, Glenn Harrison and Terry Crawford played Download Festival in 2011 and in 2012 won the chance to open for The Foo Fighters at Tennent's Vital Festival in Belfast. Black Velvet caught up with Tom and Simon on a busy day in Birmingham which had seen the band drive down from Manchester after having played SOS Festival before getting on a much smaller stage at Scruffy Murphy's.
You can read this interview in full in the printed issue 74 of Black Velvet (which can be purchased HERE).
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