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.
Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys bring the album launch tour for The Wishing Tree to Manchester Night & Day.
Public Service Broadcasting hit Manchester in support of their latest album, Bright Magic. It is a feast for the senses as they deliver a blistering set.
Halloween night, so tricks AND treats with Richard Thompson and Katherine Priddy.
We witness Fairport Convention back on stage as they get back on the road in support of the splendid Shuffle & Go.
Glasgow’s Stereo venue are ready to welcome back Winterfylleth; a band that always delivers live, with a style of black metal that is uniquely their own.
We’re at the Anthony Burgess Foundation for a Manchester Folk Festival performance by Jack Rutter.
The cosy Bury Met plays hosts to one of Prog’s all time greats Caravan.
Andy Bell and Vince Clarke are on top form on the first of two ‘due to public demand’ nights for Erasure at Manchester Apollo.
It’s an evening of full on death metal, as Glasgow’s very own Scordatura, make a welcome return to a packed Audio Glasgow.
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis tour their joint recording, Carnage, invoking the spirits at a prayer meeting in all seven stations of Hell. Praise be!
Elbow round off their UK tour with three nights in arguably their favourite room. We’re with them in the middle of the three night residency.