Weetwood Mac are a Leeds based Fleetwood Mac covers act, paying homage to the greatest band to ever form, split up… and the rest of it. Featuring members from Hope & Social and Ellen & The Escapades.
Singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (pronounced ‘Derry’) Farrell is described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years. Six months after releasing the album ‘True Born Irishman’ Daoirí won two prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2017 for Best Newcomer and Best Traditional Track, and performed live at the awards ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Having released her 16th album Gimme Some Wine to rave reviews at the end of 2021, Eleanor McEvoy one of Ireland’s foremost songwriters is now back on the road following the release of her latest riveting single ‘South Anne Street’.
perspex released their ace debut album to absolutely zero fanfare back in May so we thought we’d belatedly throw a party to celebrate. Trueman & The Indoor League are back with a reshuffled line-up featuring one of the guitarists from Captain Starlet who open. So there you have it. It’s a party. We’ll likely have some DJs in the front bar and there will be refreshments available.
Irie Vibes resident selectors and MCs playing the finest in roots, reggae, dancehall and dub, powered by our custom-built, Yorkshire-coloured sound system, heavyweight and crystal clear.
Very special guests this July with Forward Fever joining the session!
Isle Of Wight rock and roll band Coach Party come to York for the first time as part of the Music Venue Trust’s Revive Live campaign.
Tide Lines formed in Glasgow in 2016 but are deeply rooted in rural Scotland. Originally from the Highlands, their roots run from the Hebridean Islands to Lochaber; through Alness and Lossiemouth to the West End and South Side of Glasgow.
A member of Kraftwerk during the group’s golden era, Wolfgang Flur was the band’s electronic percussionist from 1973 to 1987.
In 2022 Wolfgang released a monster new album called Magazine 1 featuring contributions from a host of expert musicians including Peter Hook, Juan Atkins, MAPS, Midge Ure & U96.
Brothers Brían and Diarmuid Mac Gloinn grew up playing music together around their hometown of Carlow, a small town in the southeast of Ireland. After moving to Dublin in 2012, they quickly became a staple of the live music and session scene in Ireland, playing their own original songs as well as folk songs from Ireland, Scotland, England and America.
Abusing, evading, and obliterating 20 years of whimsical pop trends, Jane Weaver’s experience as a truly independent and resilient songwriter and sound-carrier commands respect and inspiration in equal measures. As an unshakable figure in the UK’s experimental pop music landscape her self-propelled career has in recent years reached a critical zenith with unanimous praise for her work.