Coming to the town centre 3rd May 2020, it’s one of The Penny Banks, Big Tribute Sunday. With popular P!nk tribute Kyla Porter “Almost Pink”.Continue reading Kyla Porter “Almost Pink” this May
“What do you mean, original music?” I hear you ask…. the easiest answer to that is, not covers of other artists. Original bands may cover popular songs from time to time but prominently they write and perform their own songs and lyrics, supported by fans that follow their band and people willing to open their ears and hearts to the prospect of loving a new local band with original music that they’ve never heard before.
Scunthorpe have had some outstanding bands with original material, it seemed slim pickings for a while with many leaving the scene or calling it a day but it looks like there are a few new formations to liven the original scene back up and things are looking a little more exciting than last year.Continue reading UPCOMING // LOCAL ORIGINAL LIVE MUSIC GIGS
On Wednesday 23rd October at The Penny Bank in Scunthorpe there will be a special family friendly gig.
We say special as this band are starting out on the gig circuit early!Continue reading Free Family Friendly Gig // Time Travelling Apes
You might have heard of them, but if not, Hollow Doors are a band of four young individuals from Scunthorpe. Each with a different appreciation of musical genres and tastes; giving a unique take to popular music and alternative, reviving classic rock.Continue reading Single Reviews // Hollow Doors New Music
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UPDATE: MERCURY & MAY WILL RETURN DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND ON SUNDAY 24TH NOVEMBER AT THE PENNY BANK PUB IN SCUNTHORPE!Buy tickets for Mercury & May Tribute (Back By Popular Demand) from Skiddle
Sunday night, it was time for another Live@Five gig at Scunthorpe town centre pub, The Penny Bank. This week was a little different as it was a later start for a big tribute act, Mercury & May. This week was ticketed at £5, but I feel people really got their money’s worth.