Mike Peters, man of the people, classic songwriter, band leader and peerless troubadour of our times, is charging back into the new life with a post lockdown UK Tour entitled NEW STANDARDS.
The Haggis Horns return, this time with a new album under their belt! Bring your dancing shoes for this funk filled Friday night of madness.
York Blues Festival is back for a second time! After the resounding success of the first event, Paul Winn & Ben Darwin from Yorks own DC Blues have taken on the mantle of once again bringing “The Blues” to the great City of York. There will be live music through to 11PM plus a charity raffle.
From York to Hollywood and back again, Twinnie has filled her time thoroughly. From acting in Hollyoaks, staring in major theatre productions, appearing in various US films and embarking on a singing career that’s seen repeat performances at Country2Country and seen her playlisted on Radio 2. This very short UK tour celebrates the release of her debut album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’.
Salford singer-songwriter Ren Harvieu leads a five-piece band feat. The Magic Numbers’ siblings Romeo & Michele Soddart to perform songs from her new album Revel In the Drama (Bella Union).
Here in York for your annual dose of the ELECTRIC SIX raucous, funny, slicked-back pop juggernaut. Utterly joyous.
(Now one year later, sorry all!)
Genre-crossing acoustic guitarist Jon Gomm makes a long awaited return to York!
In this all-new show, multi-award winning stand-up comic Rob Newman weaves together Nietzsche’s sunglasses, James Bond in Toxteth, electric spiders and singing Neanderthals into a hilarious tour-de-force that offers new hopes for a changing world.
Hands Off Gretel have created the perfect soundtrack of sugar-coated grunge-punk to vent and rail against the issues of body image, mental health, celebrity, childhood and loneliness all of which were addressed from a fiercely female, unapologetic, feminist perspective.
Lifelong Motörhead fan Rob Campbell (Rickenbastard & vocals) captures the essence of Lemmy in voice, stage clothes and that grinding mid-range bass sound. No wonder this band all but sold out York last time.