From Watford, The Hunna’s singer/guitarist Ryan Potter, lead guitarist Dan Dorney and drummer Jack Metcalfe are just three guys that are living a rock ‘n’ roll dream. Touring, loads of tattoos and making sure that they tear up the world’s most iconic venues. That leads us to now with the Hunna playing at the most iconic venue here at Rock City. The Hunna was originally scheduled to play here on the 17th of April, but, the gig had to be rescheduled to 10th November. However, with the new single ‘Young and Faded’ out now, as well as the brand new album ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You In’ out too. Together with their support Kelsy Karter and Idolising Nova (a rising artist and band who are on the rise) they put on a performance that blew everyone away.
The Hunna kickstarted the gig with some of their new songs off their brand new album ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You In’. They played One Hell Of A Gory Story, I Wanna Know and many others. Towards the end of the show, they played their hit song Bonfire which really got the place poping. They finished the night with an encore in which they played Shes Casual! Everyone that came to see The Hunna tonight would have left loving every moment.
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Here at Rock City, we are not only Nottinghams’, but the Uk’s best live venue with a rich history of performers that have played here. We would like to say thank you to The Hunna! They smashed it on the night and they added to the rich history here.
Furthermore, why not check out our gig guide and see if your other favourite artists are playing soon! We also have our club nights on a Thursday (Tuned), Friday (Get Lucky) and Saturday (Rebel Rebel) so check those out too!
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