For the first time we went to FRUIT in Hull. Fruit is a unique ex-warehouse cultural space on Humber Street in Hull.
THE LINCOLN IMP & ALEXIA AGENCY ARE PROUD TO PRESENT CRAZY TOWN.
On Wednesday 7th June 2017 Arcade Fire played The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe.
Like many people around the world, I was shocked at the announcement that global music superstars Arcade Fire had confirmed they were playing a warm up gig at the Baths Hall in Scunthorpe, just days before headlining the Isle of Wight festival on Saturday.
Last night The Kooks played the Baths Hall in Scunthorpe. The show was sold out with fans still trying to get last minute tickets from social media. Continue reading Gig Review // The Kooks @ The Baths Hall
Legendary indie band Happy Mondays are coming to Scunthorpe later this year.
Bez and Shaun Ryder will bring the band to The Baths Hall on 29 November.
Manchester’s legendary Happy Mondays will embark on a 25 date tour of the UK and Ireland for November and December 2017.
The ‘Twenty Four Hour Party People – Greatest Hits Tour’ announcement comes on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Happy Mondays’ debut album ‘Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out)’.
Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder said, “I am really looking forward to the ‘Mondays’ shows leading up to Christmas 2017. We’re performing better than ever and I love getting together with the band, blasting out all our great tunes we’ve made together over the decades. It’s gonna be great.”
Bez, the group’s dancer and percussionist, added, “Just as I thought it was all over, the party’s starting again. Look forward to seeing you all.”
Standing and limited seated tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am priced £29.50 each. Booking fee may apply.
Last week the popular local band, Dirty Sterling announced their split. Continue reading Dirty Sterling Split //Sad News for fans
Seven Drunken Nights brings to life the music of Ireland’s favorite sons – ‘The Dubliners’.
Telling the story of a career spanning 50 years and evoking the spirit of Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna, Jim McCann, Ciaran Bourke and John Sheahan, this hugely talented cast of musicians and singers bring the music of this iconic group to life. Continue reading Seven Drunken Nights – The Story of the Dubliners
The Kooks to perform at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe.
Indie band The Kooks will visit Scunthorpe as part of their UK tour next year. The band – who went 5x platinum with their album ‘Inside In/Inside Out’ – visit The Bath Hall on Monday, 24 April. Tickets go on sale on Friday. Continue reading THE KOOKS Playing Scunthorpe
Friday 5th of August sees the World’s No.1 tribute to MUSE come to Scunthorpe, for a very special performance at Redbourn Social Club. Organised by a local musician and fan!.
MUSEST are renowned all over Europe for entertaining huge crowds ( * Often in the 1000’s!! ) with their stunning performances!!.
With over 500,000 YouTube hits! MUSEST prove they deserve the tiltle of “The Worlds No.1 !! “.
Travelling from their home country ( Holland ) , by special request. MUSEST are going to perform a stunning show to a very lucky audience!.
With local rock covers band JOKER performing as opening act, your sure to have a fantastic night!.
Tickets are £8 pre event, and £10 on the door.
And for that you not only get very reasonable bar prices! BUT you also get to see an internationally renowned tribute band! Plus a local support band too!!.
See the specially created Facebook page ” Musest At Redbourn Club ” for details. And links to MUSEST’s website and Youtube channel!!.
A truly stunning nights entertainment awaits !!!
On Saturday night we had the pleasure of attending the Wortley Hotel on Rowland Road for a popular duo, who have performed prime time on Nick Grimshaw’s Radio One show live and across the festival & gig circuit. Prior to watching the Duo I had seen good feedback and comments from returning fans. I hadn’t heard of Showhawk before but they are selling out venues across the UK and beyond on their tour.
Firstly a support act from Hull graced the stage called Urban Rain they ran through a setlist of their own songs and threw in a few covers along the way, one being REM. They were a slightly different genre to the main act but nevertheless they were good musicians and the crowd enjoyed singing along.
Soon after Urban Rain left the stage the main act Showhawk Duo got ready to play. The two talented guitarists are named Mikhail Asanovic and Jake Wright and they use their electro acoustic guitars to produce a genre they call ADM which is similar to EDM (electronic dance music) but the sound and well-known songs are composed of just two acoustic guitars with a lot of tuning and slapping the strings and guitar itself to produce a whole new composition and feel.
Showhawk were no doubt, very talented at playing these dance/trance recreations with what they had. The Duo covered artists songs such as Alice Deejay, Faithless, Clean Bandit and of course their Daft Punk medley that I’d hear so much about. The Showhawk Duo finished the night with Bohemian Rhapsody, which definitely managed to get some audience members singing.
The duo don’t do vocals they leave that to the audience. Which was maybe somewhat lost on the Scunthorpe audience that night in comparison to some of the other gig videos i’d seen. Every song was familiar and easily recognisable. The crowd seemed to enjoy the show with a standing ovation and an encore. Overall it was great night of live music.
It just goes to show though that attending gigs of artists you might never otherwise have heard of can sometimes pay off and turn into a great night of live music.
Other Dates on the Showhawk tour:
|Mar 30||Showhawk Duo||The Underworld Camden Town, GBR|
|Apr 1||Showhawk Duo||Classic Grand Glasgow, GBR|
|Apr 3||Showhawk Duo||The Limelight Belfast, GBR|
|Apr 4||04/04 – The Showhawk Duo||Button Factory Dublin, IRL|