Seasick Steve and Crosstown Concerts presented award frames to celebrate both Steve's first headline show at The SSE Arena, Wembley and Crosstown's first arena show.

Seasick Steve, drummer Dan Magnusson, Fraser Duffin, Conal Dodds, and Paul Hutton of Crosstown Concerts, Steve Strange and Josh Javor of X-Ray Touring were presented award frames on Friday 14th October 2016 to celebrate both Steve’s biggest ever and first headline show at The SSE Arena, Wembley and also Crosstown Concerts’ first ever arena show. Steve was also the first ever performer to arrive to the arena by tractor.

The awards were presented by VP and General Manager, John Drury.

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Pictured left to right
Back row: Conal Dodds (Crosstown Concerts), Fraser Duffin (Crosstown Concerts), John Drury (VP and General Manager of The SSE Arena Wembley), Steve Strange (X-Ray Touring), Josh Javor (X-Ray Touring), Paul Hutton (Crosstown Concerts)
Front row: Dan Magnusson (Drummer), Seasick Steve

10 years since Seasick Steve first appeared on the BBC as part of Jools Holland’s ‘Hootenanny’ in 2006, a legendary performance which turned him into a household name overnight, with his debut solo album ‘Dog House Music’. Steve celebrated this 10th anniversary in style, and tore off the roof off this iconic London venue with the help of his amazing fans in what was the biggest headline show of his career.

Since that momentous performance, Seasick Steve has established himself as one of the best live acts in music today, with sold-out tours and some of the most memorable festival appearances around the globe. Steve has previously sold out London’s Royal Albert Hall, Eventim Apollo and O2 Academy Brixton.

This was Steve’s only scheduled performance in the UK in 2016.

Seasick Steve said:
“When I realised it was going to be 10 years since I was on Jools’ show, and 10 years since you guys gave me this job I decided that we gonna have a party. A ’10 Years Out of The Dog House’ Party.’ Look what ya' done!”

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(Seasick Steve arrived to perform at The SSE Arena, Wembley on his beloved John Deere model of tractor)

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