A night of fuzzed up glorious indiepop from Sarah Records favourites’ Boyracer and St Christopher alongside City Yelps and We Went to School.
Events — Gigs
We’re delighted David has decided to celebrate his 60th birthday with a concert at The Crescent. Please come shower the boy with attention and compliments!
Josh Rouse releases his new record ‘Love In the Modern Age’ in April returning to the road in the UK playing a number of places he’s missed of late including here in York.
Bad Saloon – Heavily influenced by the usual suspects – Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Jimmy Reed, Freddie King and the like – but with it’s own distinctive, attacking sound, Bad Saloon delivers a cool no-nonsense, vintage blend of Chicago blues and Texas rock.
‘When Hayseed Dixie discovered in a drunken epiphany that the Lost Highway of Reverend Hank Williams and the Highway to Hell of Bishop Bon Scott were indeed the same identical stretch of tarmac, they were well and truly prepared to document this revelation!’
Yorks very first Zine Fest, bringing together paper lovers and celebrating DIY publishing.
Our new Rock’n’Roll / Rockabilly night opens up with an ace trio… THE RHYTHM ACES! Support from Echoes of the Past DJ.
Torchbearers of American roots for 25 years, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys have toured continuously and released 14 albums of undiluted, upbeat and soulful music pulled from honky-tonk, western swing, rockabilly, rock & roll, rhythm & blues, soul and doo-wop!
Damien & Ron, sidemen extraordinaire with Kate Rusby and Allison Krauss respectively, will be joined by a band of wonderful musicians and together will play material from their debut album, due for release July 2018, as well as a few signature pieces of their own.
Ripley are a three piece alternative rock band with a powerful, anthemic and emotional sound rooted in the tradition of classic rock, compositionally fused with a life-long love of Hollywood film scores, delivered with absolute conviction. Godson are a new band formed by singer-songwriter