A rock band featuring musicians from Wirral and across the Northwest will be the support act for Bryan Adams on some of his upcoming tour dates.

Why-Not-Now, formerly known as Crave will open for the Canadian rocker - whose hits include I Do it for you, Please forgive me, Summer of '69 and Cuts like a knife - on the following dates as part of his So happy it hurts tour:

  • Saturday, July 2: Halton Stadium in Widnes
  • Sunday, July 3: QEII Arena in Telford
  • Tuesday, July 5: The Riverside, Durham
  • Friday, July 8: Blickling Estate, Norwich
  • Sunday, July 10: Harewood House, Leeds

The band features Steve Argyle from Bebington on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Paul Henley (from Shrewsbury) on lead guitar and backing vocals, Graham Done (from Warrington) on drums and Mark Hoxley (from Altrincham) on bass and backing vocals.

Their dedication and passion over the years now sees them set to support Bryan Adams on some of his upcoming Stadium/Outdoor shows.

Steve told the Globe: "Being given the opportunity to play stadiums is amazing.

"But when it's supporting someone you've been a fan of all your life, it's even better!!!

"We can't wait to get out and play these Shows and give people a taste of what Why-Not-Now is all about!!"

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