Hot Cold Ground are a bluesy, rocky blues-rock band based in Norfolk, UK. From classic blues to original songs about East Anglian A-roads, we’ve got the lot. Formed in 2009, we are in our tenth glorious year. HCG are Daniel, Dave, Richard and Trevor.
In November we were back playing at one of our favourite haunts, The Sailors Home in Kessingland, where we always get a warm welcome. Sailors regular Patrick Nugent left us this lovely review which we just had to share on the website. “A beautiful, but blustery day by the sea at Kessingland today; so a brisk walk was the orderRead more
Here’s what’s in the pipeline for the remainder of July and into August 2018: 28th July – we’re back at the Walnut Tree Shades Norwich. From 9pm 4th August – Beer & Gin Festival at GY Racecourse. We’re playing from 8pm 11th August – Ranworth Beer Festival (there’s a pattern emerging!) Evening, time still TBC, probably about 8pm 12 AugustRead more
Just one this month – 23rd June we’re at Walnut Tree Shades in Norwich. Sadly without Trev, so we’ll be doing a toned-down, sort-of unplugged set for a change. Then on the 1st of July we’ll be back at the St Ives Festival Of Motorcycles for the 4th year in a row. A super event that’s grown and grown, soRead more
We had a session at our local rehearsal studio last week, and we recorded a handful of our (mainly original) tracks. Click through to listen, or see the music player at the bottom of the page.
Gig news – after a bit of a break to bed in our new drummer Richard, we’re raring to get out there and play some tunes. We’ve been in the studio making some live recordings (more on that soon), and May is our comeback month. NEW 5th May we return to the Kings Arms, Hall Road, Norwich for Saturday nightRead more
Get your kicks on the A146. The landmarks were hand-traced, then scanned and coloured in Photoshop. The road & river are accurate-ish representations. This design is available on a t-shirt in our shop Opie style. Made by tracing around each element of face/hair/clothing etc and adding an outline. Then layered up. This took bloomin ages. Read more