Band's live gig debut
THREE quality acts take to the stage at the Parrot on Saturday night.
Carmarthen band Tree of Wolves, who have already gained significant radio airplay, will make their live debut ahead of some UK-wide winter dates.
And with Llanelli's Cut Ribbons headlining and acoustic set from Llansteffan's Alex Dingley, the night offers something for everyone.
Tree of Wolves guitarist Gruff said: "We are all really exited for our winter dates they are taking us all over the UK and we will be sharing stages with amazing bands.
"The Parrot has become our spiritual home in many ways and the creative heart to the emerging music scene in South West Wales.
"It is a perfect place to play our first gig, a big thank you to everyone who have supported us so much in past few months."
Bass player Mark Howells added: "I'm really excited to be gigging with Cut Ribbons as I met them during a gig three years ago and we have become really good friends.
"I'm equally excited to be playing a gig with Alex Dingley as I was in school with him."
Cut Ribbons have forged strong links with Carmarthen have recently returned from recording a new EP in Ireland.
They this week announced on Facebook: "We are looking forward to playing five new tracks for the very first time on the 28th at the Parrot, Carmarthen. Come and take a listen."
Alex Dingley played an excellent set at the Old Town Festival and last year released his song Cats Eyes on a limited edition 7-inch yellow vinyl through Too Pure Singles Club.
Tickets £5, £6 on the night. Doors 8pm.
There will be DJs throughout the night with Oosebon DJs followed by an indie disco from Simon Tucker.