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2016 "Rock The House" Finalists


The Hope & Ruin, Brighton - May 7th From 7.00 pm.

The Richmond, Brighton - May 20th From Midday.

The Red Roar Festival, Gravesend - May 25th 7.00 pm.

The Forum, Tunbridge Wells - June 20th From 6.00 pm.

*** Black Market VIP, Hastings - June 30th From 7.30 pm. Album Launch ***

Chiddfest, Chiddingly - July 27th From Midday.

The Haunt, Brighton - August 25th From 7.00 pm.

Black Market VIP, Hastings September 29th From 7.00 pm.


"Songs About Last Night"

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"As both a musician and a radio presenter with a heavy emphasis on Indie Bands, Wild Horse is going to go far.  Very far.  I believe they are indeed leading "The Second British Invasion."

 DJ Toby Chicago, Kingfisher Radio



Wild Horse were formed in April 2013 by two brothers, Henry & Jack Baldwin & their school friend, Ed “Barking” Barnes. The combination of the three instantly worked forming a talented and skilled band with massive stage presence & ability. They have a shared love of the best in R&B taking their influences from the greats such as, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Hendrix, The Who, Neil Young etc. but they are no “sound alike”, they have a clear & original Wild Horse Rock sound


They are renowned for an exciting, powerful stage show having honed their craft from an early age at venues like, The Islington – London, The Fiddlers Elbow – London, The Gunners – London, The Bedford Balham – London, The Forum – Tunbridge Wells, Dublin Castle Camden, Bar 42 – Worthing, The Prince Albert – Brighton, The Brunswick – Brighton, Black Market VIP – Hastings, Guns & Smoke – Barnet, The Haunt – Brighton, The Hope & Ruin – Brighton, Chiddfest – East Sussex, Hastings Music Festival, Red Roar Festival – Gravesend, plus many many more venues & events.


Wild Horse were recognised by becoming 2014 “Rock The House” nominees and 2016 finalists. In early 2015 Wild Horse signed with a New York record company who released original Wild Horse tracks on mixed EP’s leading to the release of their first album, “It’s Begun”, in January 2016, entirely made up of original material. Now working with a UK label, Wild Horse recorded & released a further 18 original tracks during 2017 forming three EP’s, “On The Run”, “It’s Only Rejection” & “Timeless Dancing”. In spring 2018 they completed their second album “Songs About Last Night”, which was released on June 30th. They are now about to start recording a new 6 track EP for release in the Autumn. Their tracks are available on all major digital platforms. The reviews have been brilliant and extensively played on over 24 radio stations worldwide.


With around 40 original tracks recorded & released, two albums & three 6 track EP’s released with many more original rock tracks already being recorded for release during 2018, there is no stopping their creativity & drive. Wild Horse are a band like no other for all the right reasons. Their love of the music & playing to live audiences is an experience not to be missed….



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From the review of Rising Stars at The Brunswick, Brighton  by Kaye Inglis.

“The band that impressed me the most, however, were the last to take the stage. Wild Horse, from Heathfield, have an average age of just 13 but play like seasoned rockers. Wild Horse’s influences are wide and include many members of rock ‘n’ roll high society, including Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young and Eric Clapton. Their guitar skills, vocals and tight drumming are remarkable and much better than many bands twice their age. Beginning as they meant to go on, they launched into a strong cover of “This Could Be The Last Time”, followed by one of their own songs called “Hey”, where you could hear strong 80s post-punk undertones and vocals reminiscent of the Tom Robinson Band. All of the covers, which included songs by John Lee Hooker & JJ Cale to name just two, came with an original Wild Horse twist, while their original numbers were strong compositions. We were treated to a song called “No Name”, apparently the first song they wrote together when they formed last year, and an instrumental number. They ended the show in typical rocking style, including some true rock n’ roll playing of the guitar using teeth. Definitely check out these guys if you get a chance – they are destined for big things.”


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