After a year of serious life challenges, Mike Peters will bring the music of The Alarm back to the UK stage!
Renowned for an action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, LIMEHOUSE LIZZY continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and Thin Lizzy alive.
A collaboration from Chameleon & Ouroboros this time bringing Berghain resident and co-founder of the Leisure Centre label Barker to The Crescent for a late night live show.
Expect leftfield, ambient techno for the dancefloor.
LOVE with Johnny Echols sees Arthur Lee’s longest serving band return to the UK to perform classic songs from Love’s first four albums Love, Da Capo, Four Sail and of course Forever Changes as well as some special deep cuts.
In her recent book Soul Survivor P.P. Arnold documents the musical highs and personal lows of her extraordinary life, including the bigotry and abuse experienced as a young black woman growing up in the music industry on both sides of the Atlantic in the 1960s and ’70s, as well as the temptations and trappings that accompany fame and success.
Writer/broadcaster Lucy O’Brien will be talking about her new book Lead Sister: The Story of Karen Carpenter, and the delights and challenges of writing a biography.
Late in 2022, TVAM returned with new record High Art Lite. which treads a beguiling line between blissful harmonies, crunching noise pop and childlike innocence. The album is both visceral and melancholic, drifting wonderfully across dream pop, shoegaze and synth-pop without ever permanently calling one camp its home.
Described by The Guardian as ‘the finest instrumental duo on the traditional scene’, Spiers & Boden first rocketed onto the music scene in 2001, quickly winning a clutch of BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and going on to form and front the extraordinarily successful folk big band Bellowhead.
The Rezillos burst forth upon the rock scene in 1976, having gathered together at Edinburgh College of Art. Through a shared love of Sixties Garage Rock and the Spectoresque Girl Group glam of The Ronettes and The Shangri-Las, The Rezillos found themselves inadvertently caught up in the Punk or New Wave movement.
The band have been going from strength to strength over the last few years and enjoying something of a resurgence. Always great fun live.
Elanor Moss returns to York for a special headline show at The National Centre For Early Music.