Over Hulton Folk Club’s March offering sees Tony Winstanley and Len Pilkington offer up a double bill.
Fairport Convention, Hannah Sanders, Ben Savage, Southport and Manchester. All for one and one for all as the Wintour draws to a close.
Sharon Shannon Trio – Live at Norton’s Digbeth. Much glee – given and shared with a heaving audience.
Hundred Reasons tour the UK for the first time in many a year on the back of their first LP for 15 years with Hell Is For Heroes and My Vitriol in tow.
The Glasgow audience raise the roof. Hamish Hawk both live and on record is a phenomenon, with a serious lyrical and musical talent.
Another visit by Prog Metal icons, Dream Theater to the Manchester O2 Apollo.
And once again, The Bus Rolls On. Fairport’s 2023 Winter Tour is up and running. We caught up with the entourage at Solihull’s Core Theatre.
We’re at the excellent Love Folk Festival at The Atkinson who regularly serve up a top class bill of the established and the upcoming.
Katatonia & Sólstafir roll into Manchester with SOM to bring some shadowy sounds to the masses. We were there to witness a brilliant tour package.
John Cale delivers a fulminant retrospective, blending the current with the past, a mix of deep cuts and a lot of new.
Leprous are on tour promoting the Aphelion album. We catch a stunning show in Manchester.
James Grant & The Hallelujah Strings at Celtic Connections – Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow: Live Review
Glasgow’s James Grant is a singer songwriter and musician, who represents all that is most inspiring about contemporary music.
Louise & Chris Rogan, Lawrence & Steve kick off February at Over Hulton Folk Club.
We’re in Manchester and Nottingham for a couple of nights of Seventies infused Rock with Dirty Honey.
Over Hulton Folk Club kick off 2023 in style with Merry Hell.