Come and help Blackbeard’s celebrate will celebrate the release of their brand-new EP ‘Leviathan!’. This 5-track record takes the band to bigger, bolder and more raucous territory than they’ve ever been before and the live show has been revamped to follow suit.
Graceland – A Celebration of Paul Simon’s Classic
Last August the venue was bouncing the the sounds of Paul Simon’s classic album, as re-created by Gary Stewart (Hope & Social/Rosie Doonan) and his talented band. So much fun was had that everyone is planning on reconvening one year on. Expect the infectious South African rhythms and melodies of these timeless songs and a generous handful of other Simon classics for good measure!
John Power (The La’s/Cast)
Legendary Liverpudlian songwriter John Power is coming back to York in May to perform an intimate acoustic show at The Crescent.
Tickets on sale now!
Incoming progressive rock!
What better to drag you through a cold-snap than some tinkling bells and songs about dragons. Well we have some!
Holy Moly & The Crackers + Dan Webster Band – **SOLD OUT**
After three years constant touring, these genre-defying Geordies are back at it in November when they embark on their biggest tour yet!
Our last show sold out well in advance so get yourself a ticket sorted double quick if you want in.
Damo Suzuki (Can)
Former CAN vocalist and genuine krautrock legend drops into York to play a show with crack-pot bunch of local musicians hand selected by us just for the job.
Hello Operator, BlackWaters + Honours
After a triumphant return to York action in December, Hello Operator are back with us once more and this time we’ve the brilliant BlackWaters joining the fun. Honours open up after a top show here in February.
Isaac Gracie is hot, hot, hot!
Youngster Isaac Gracie has the industry twitching! Annie Mac debuted his new single ‘Last Words’ on her Radio One show on Tuesday.
Tickets for his show with us on April 16th have been flying out, so do the right thing if you want in.
Wussy + Dead Bird
Wussy have evolved over the last decade to become forerunners of New Midwestern Psychedelia. The band are known both for their songwriting and varied sonic palette, often drawing comparisons to admitted heroes, Television, Velvet Underground, Crazy Horse and Yo La Tengo.
The Spitfires + Emily Capell
Taking influences from the likes of The Clash, Billy Bragg and The Jam through to Soul, Reggae and Ska, The Spitfires are a young band from Watford who’ve already made friends in high places opening shows for The Specials and Paul Weller and having their records played by DJs Gary Crowley to Steve Lamacq.