A great triple bill of left-of-centre sounds curated by Please Please You. Slacker garage-rock types Cowgirl headline, J Fernandez and his band are over from Chicago performing their offbeat, bedroom pop to Wild Nothing’s crowd most of the month and a rare solo show from Middle Child singer Rory Welbrock kicks things off. Class stuff all round and only a fiver.
Kate Peters and her Quintet come to The Crescent for a special Valentines show.
Following up her sell out Ella Fitzgerald Big Band show back in December, this is set to be a lovely evening. Expect fun, funky and jazzy takes on some classic numbers!
NEON AND THE DEONS (Rotterdam) fuse jazz, electronics and a party vibe to explosive effect…
A cosmic jazz rave! Support is a special set from VHB (Vanbrugh House Band)… Only 5 quid for this!
Crossfire Eagles are a Sheffield indie rock band who play a mix of covers and original music
Joe Solo is Scarboro’s answer to Woody Guthrie playing self penned protest songs with passion and a Billy Bragg like commitment
A Joker Among Thieves are a tuneful, riffy heavy rock band from South Yorks
All three are playing to benefit York Stand up to Racism and our campaign fund which is needed now more than ever in the face of a rising threat from the far right and racist groups across Europe.
Oli has never lost the love of the Blues or his appreciation of the Blues fans that have supported him over the years. He has been enjoying the Blues gigs this year so here we have one more! Don’t miss the opportunity to see this young singer, songwriter and stunning guitarist.
Traditional songs and tunes are given a heavy rock edge with earth shattering riffs, playful arrangements and driving dance rhythms. Blackbeard’s Tea Party believe a live music show should be a spectacle for the eyes as well as the ears. Outlandish outfits, costume changes, DIY props, unhinged stage antics and chaotic choreography all add up to an engaging, high-octane show that frequently leaves audiences cheering for more.
Kris Drever, Martin Green and Aidan O’Rourke formed Lau in 2005. A band steeped in traditional Scottish music but with an artistry unwilling to be confined by that. Lau are now four time winners of Best Group at the BBC Folk Awards, they’re new album, recorded by John Parrish arrives next month.
A Montreal-born Grenadian-Canadian, Kaia’s old-time banjo skills, jazz-fueled voice and deft song craft have garnered acclaim from NPR, CBC, Rolling Stone, BBC Music, and No Depression. Her 2016 release Nine Pin won a Canadian Folk Music Award and sent her on an 18-month touring journey from Ireland to Iowa. Kaia has just released her brilliant new album ‘Greanades’.
Taking donations of £3 or more on the door, all money goes towards the fund for much needed heating at the venue! We’ll be doing more fundraising shows soon, stay tuned…
M*A*S*H*E*D is back in The Crescent Front Bar in 2019 bringing you some serious sunshine to brighten up a cold, grey January. For our first session of the New Year we are having a little reunion get together bringing you a massive lineup of some of our favourite acts from our extended Mashed Family.