Returning Dundee indie-rockers The View blast through their old classics plus new material recorded with Grammy Award winning producer Youth.
With a recent line-up change Blonde on Bob are now a six piece band including vocals, guitars, keyboards, accordion, harmonica, fiddle, mandolin, bass, sax, flute and drums. Their repertoire includes a whole range of Dylan compositions ranging from material recorded in his early folk music days, through the contributions he’s made to rock, country, blues and gospel music, right up to and including songs featured on his most recent albums.
Detroit rock’n’roll stars Electric Six return to The Crescent in November!
A variety show sure to mesmerise feat. Lily Monach, Luna Hex, Reese Wetherspoon, Lois Carmen Denominator, Robynne Ryske, Ferne Ando, Bodie Snatcher, Reece Mccullagh, Dust Bunnie, Tommy Boi, Dick Fran Dyke and the Hairy Houdini’s.
The Countess of Fife is the new insurgent alt-country outfit led by Fay Fife from The Rezillos.
Think of The Cramps, meeting Johnny Cash, in an unholy alchemy of country, punk and gospel.
Fresh from supporting Jack Whitehall on his 2023 UK arena tour, comedian Lloyd Griffith is back with a brand new show ‘Baroque and Roll’.
Sarah Keyworth is back with a brand new, joyous show about family, acceptance and a pair of big (well, not super big) losses.
Winner of the DJ Mag Top 100 Lifetime Achievement Award (November 2022) DJ Paulette is a highly regarded DJ across the UK and Europe, born and raised in (and still resident of) Manchester. Over a 30-year career, she has scaled the heights of dance music fame and hedonism playing disco, house and techno to huge crowds and in cool underground basements.
The Belgrave House Band, on a mission to celebrate and honour that historic art form, the album, are back once again for edition No.9 to take on the multi-award winning, chart-topping, Doo Wopping, Soul, Reggae and Jazz masterpiece “Back To Black”. Amy Winehouse’s second and most well-known album produced by the esteemed Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi with The Dap-Kings as backing band.
World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker is a poet and a maths graduate. He writes about important stuff like hope, dinosaurs and German falafel-spoons.