Five Hungry Joes – A pictorial archive of the Trashcan Sinatras. Legendary Scottish Band

December 17, 2017, 3:24 pm
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Here’s a selection of posters and leaflets from the recent ‘All Night’ acoustic tour of the United States, where John, Frank and Paul celebrated 30 years in music.

The band have written and recorded over 100 songs to date, and each song was played during the course of the tour – some for the very first time.

Thanks Ben.


2017 Trashcan Sinatras


Back and Forth … Again!
January 14, 2017, 11:59 am
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Here’s a few more posters from the ‘Wild Pendulum’ tour in 2016…
^ The Middle East, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
^ Oran Mor, Glasgow.
^ Fuji Rock Festival, Japan.

Special thanks to Tour Manager Ben for sending over the US posters and extra special thanks to US sound engineer, Sean Haney for sending through the Fuji Rock poster.


Back and Forth…
October 8, 2016, 2:50 pm
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…across the US, the Trashcans played around 20 dates between May and June in support of sixth album ‘Wild Pendulum’.

Here’s a few posters from the time…thanks to Ben ‘Tour Manager’ Marts for sending them over.

2016 Trashcan Sinatras


Langhorne, PA
October 20, 2014, 9:00 pm
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Taken from the 2010 tour. I’m not sure who designed this poster – Shane, perhaps? Also, the imagery puzzles me too. Is it a representation of the four principles in the band I wonder?

Thanks Ben!



Horses Silhouette
September 21, 2014, 7:38 pm
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Here’s a poster for the band’s gig at Dante’s, Portland Oregon – part of the the 2004 tour which included over 50 appearances in Spain, England, Scotland and North America. This tour was the band’s first in support of fourth album, ‘Weightlifting’ and it was prior to the single, ‘All The Dark Horses’ being released the following year in the US.

More thanks go to Ben ‘Tour Manager’ Marts for sending this through.

dantes poster2004


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