About

    Wild Horse were formed in April 2013 by two brothers, Henry & Jack Baldwin & their school friend, Ed “Barking” Barnes. The combination of the three instantly worked forming a talented and skilled band with massive stage presence & ability. They have a shared love of the best in R&B taking their influences from the greats such as, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Hendrix, The Who, Neil Young etc. but they are no “sound alike”, they have a clear & original Wild Horse Rock sound. Their love of the music & playing to live audiences is an experience not to be missed.

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The Band

Henry Baldwin

I’ve been playing guitar since I was 8 years old. I originally played in bands formed at Rock School but never really found a mix that was as serious about the music as me. When my younger brother started to learn guitar I helped him and it soon became clear that he was good, very good. We started to play together with a school friend, Ed Barnes, on drums.

Jack Baldwin

My dad bought me my first guitar & amp. I am completely dedicated to my music & enjoy playing anywhere anytime. I formed Wild Horse with my elder brother & school friend in early 2012 & have enjoyed every minute. With my brother we love writing new tracks, me mainly the music & Henry the lyrics.

Ed "Barking" Barnes

I first became an original member of wild horse at the start of 2013 but have been drumming on my own for years. We played our first ever gig at the six bells and had a standing ovation,that is when people started to realise that we were talented. After we had played a few more gigs and had started recording our fist album in the summer of 2013.

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Innovative Music Music

Songs: LISTEN Stop Messing Around, The Kids Are On Drugs and The Way I Am, Blame

Rock Town Lounge

Songs: The Kids Are On Drugs, LISTEN Stop Messing Around, High Too Much To Care, The Romantic Tales Of Mr Shy, The Wall, The Way I Am and Unlucky In Love

Rebel Roads

Songs: The Kids Are On Drugs, Broken & Forgotten, Fake Gold, The Wall and Unlucky In Love, Blame