Reece Mastin has been away from his hometown of Scunthorpe for a number of years. He moved away when he was younger with his family to Australia and won X Factor Australia in 2011, he has released two Platinum #1 albums with three consecutive chart-topping singles. Continue reading Australian X Factor Winner // Hometown Gig
US metal band “10 Years” are coming to The Lincoln Imp in Scunthorpe on 7th September.
Tickets will be £10
They’ve toured with Disturbed, Sevendust, Ill Nino, Breaking Benjamin, Mudvayne, Korn, Deftones, Hatebreed, Chevelle, Atreyu, Hawthorne Heights, Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, and a Perfect Circle.
They have had material co-written by Stone Temple Pilots and they have albums mixed by Chris Lord-Alge who’s mixed albums for virtually anyone worth their salt!
The band are influenced by Tool and their lead singers voice has been described as being very much like that of Tools frontman Maynard James Keenan.
Read more about the band via their website.
An evening and singers and live music at The Lincoln Imp. Continue reading Wednesday Night // Charity Event
SCUNTHORPE: The Lincoln Imp
SAT 15TH SEP, 2018 8:00pm
This Saturday at the Lincoln Imp two of Scunthorpe’s homegrown bands will be taking to the stage. Different Oceans now based in Manchester will be headlining the show. Supported By The Voques, who rarely play their Hometown of Scunthorpe and are well-known on the Sheffield gig circuit. Lizzie Goddard will also be performing at the start of the night to kick of proceedings.
The Lincoln Imp in association with Crown Promotions and Management present another brilliant night of entertainment featuring headline act Michale Graves (ex singer with the Misfits) with support from Blueprints from Leeds and Local bands 76 Calling and Matt Hercock & The Invisible Band.
Saturday night, I made my way to arguably one of the top independent music Venues in Scunthorpe providing live music, The Lincoln Imp in Scunthorpe .
It’s Independent Venue Week at the Lincoln Imp, in conjunction with Budheron Promotions, a night of Rap, Hip Hop and a bit of Metal. Featuring One Chapter Down, Marx and Ceiling Demons. Continue reading Gig Review// One Chapter Down, Marx & Ceiling Demons
Mark Donaldson the former lead singer of local favourites Dirty Sterling decided to set up a gig to celebrate the anniversary of Dirty Sterling’s first gig.