Seth Lakeman completes 2021 at The Met, with the last of a handful of intimate dates accompanied by Alex Hart.
Jon Kean pops down to Trowbridge Town Hall to catch the live show by Katherine Priddy – an artist who’s featured a lot on ATB this year.
An ideal festive start to the season’s celebrations was enjoyed by Young’uns fans at Bury Met. Songs of old, new and festive were all included.
Jon Gomm – found guilty of mesmerising The Bread Shed with a combo of mind boggling guitar work and some most excellent songs. And more…
We’re dancin’ on a Friday night with The Darkness and Massive Wagons at Manchester Academy.
Both long term Floyd fans and newcomers were stunned by an outstanding performance from The Australian Pink Floyd Show with numbers from the 60’s to the 90’s at Blackburn’s King George’s Hall.
Hamish Hawk plays an enchanting and very well received acoustic set at Edinburgh’s the Great Eastern Festival
Thirty years of Levelling The Land – celebrated in style in Manchester by The Levellers.
On a cold Monday night in Glasgow, Svalbard attract a very sizeable and appreciative audience which is a testament to the respect in which this band is held in the metal community.
Marillion give another outstanding Manchester perfromance
The Mark Pontin Group and Five Point Gang deliver masterful and contrasting blues sets in Manchester…miss this tour at your peril.
Seth Lakeman and his band celebrate fifteen years of Freedom Fields and mark the new album in Manchester.
The Charlatans kick off a busy end to 2021 with a dazzling, hit laden show for the great workers of the NHS.
Heaven 17 finally make it to Birmingham again after the now obligatory postponements. I think the phrase ‘better late than never’ is extremely apt.
Steve Harley continues to wow with a rich group of songs, backed by The Cockney Rebel at the Lowther Pavillion in Lytham St. Annes.