“Little Boots gives us an inspiring story of self-realisation and a brilliant album. Which is better than perfection, anyway” ~ NME
The guitar maestro Jon Gomm tour message
“It’s not unexpected, but I’m still crushed to announce that I’m having to reschedule The Faintest Idea UK/Eire Tour – New dates are all set up for Autumn/Winter 2021, and tickets on sale (if you already have a ticket for one of the gigs, it’s transferable).
However, I am desperate to play these new songs. They don’t feel completely born until I’ve physically felt a human reaction to them.
So I’m doing a short run of very limited Social Distance Gigs in the coming weeks (there were more booked, but some have fallen to new lockdowns before we could even announce them), and an Online Album Launch Gig on November 15th.
I can’t help but feel angry with those governments who have let their ideological obsession with the free-market overrule public health, and so ruined both. It’s a macro version of the exact same heedless dollar-chasing which unlocked a vault of rainforest pathogens and spilled it into a city street.”
Faintest Idea UK/Eire Tour
8 – Haverhill, Arts Centre – Tickets
9 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds – Tickets
10 – York, Crescent – Tickets
15 – Trowbridge, Emmanuel’s Yard – Tickets
16 – Swansea, Sin City – Tickets
17 – Cardiff, The Globe – Tickets
21 – Bristol, Thekla – Tickets
22 – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms – Tickets
23 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms – Tickets
29 – Huddersfield, The Parish pub – Tickets
30 – Glasgow, Oran Mor – Tickets
31 – Newcastle, Cluny – Tickets
4 – Liverpool, The Leaf Café –
5 – Blackpool, Bootleg Social – Tickets
6 – Preston, The Ferret – Tickets
13 – Guildford, Boileroom – Tickets
14 – Southampton, Joiners – Tickets
15 – Brighton, Komedia – Tickets
27 – London, Bush Hall – Tickets
4 – Manchester, The Bread Shed – Tickets
5 – Leeds, Brudenell Social – Tickets
16 – Runcorn, Brindley Theatre – Tickets
23 – Dublin, Academy 2 – Tickets
“Gomm’s dizzying technique truly serves each piece, rather than overindulging in flashy mastery for its own sake. More than a mere “fingerstyle guitarist” album, “The Faintest Idea” is an artistic full-course meal which gets more satisfying with each tasting” ~ Scott Medina (The Faintest Idea Album Review, Sonic Perspectives, 2020)
Original dates have been postponed to new dates below. Tickets remain valid.
Estas Tonne’ international autumn tour-2020 is dedicated to an amazing phenomenon – a special state of revelation that comes each time, when perception interacts with creativity, pushing the boundaries of our inner, spiritual landscape. He performs 2 exclusive UK shows.
At the London show he is joined by Michael Shrieve on drums.
Watch the Flamenco master here
The original dates scheduled for autumn 2020 have been postponed until summer 2021 as below, and a London date has been added!
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown On Tour With New Show
The God of Hellfire says:
“Come celebrate with us in the new immersive multimedia tour by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. ‘A Human Perspective‘. The show that Kingdom Come always wanted to do in the 70s. Now possible with the latest developments in technology. A full evening of “psychedelic individuality, ingenuity and madness.”
Featuring great musicians, iconic dance, stunning visuals, and sonic adventure.
This is your chance to be part of the whole genuine psychedelic experience.
Come dressed as elaborately, creatively, flamboyant or low key as you feel….
All of life is there. Come celebrate!”
May 26 2022 – Whitley Bay Playhouse – TICKETS
May 27 2022 – Sale Waterside – TICKETS
May 28 2022 – Tewkesbury Roses – TICKETS
Jun 10 2022 – Swindon Wyvern – TICKETS
Jun 11 2021 – Leeds City Variteties – TICKETS
Jun 24 2022 – Lowestoft Marina – TICKETS
Jun 25 2022 – London Bush Hall – TICKETS
Enjoy an evening being enthralled with stories from Shirley Ballas’ facinating career as a latin dancer and judge on Strictly Comes Dancing
Tickets On Sale – 10am Monday 1st March 2021 – Here
This event will be in socially distanced seated format.
Saturday 29th May 2021 at Grand Central Hall Liverpool
Friday 4th June 2021 at Forum Birmingham
Sunday 6th June 2021 at Clapham Grand London
Shirley Ballas is a champion ballroom dancer, world-renowned dance teacher and adjudicator, and the head judge of BBC1’s flagship show Strictly Come Dancing.
Originally from Wallasey, Shirley has been dancing since the age of seven. She is three-time British Open to the World Latin American champion, ten-time United States Latin American champion, and multiple-time British National champion. By 21, Shirley had won nearly every major title she competed in worldwide. She is the only person to have ever won the British Open to the World Latin American Championships in Blackpool with two different partners, and reached the finals an impressive 17 times. She still remains the youngest ever female to reach the British Open to the World Dance Championship finals. Shirley has been the recipient of three Carl Alan Awards (the Oscars of the world of dance), Teacher of the Year Award and has been inducted into both the United States and Great Britain Dance Hall of Fame.
In addition to her role on Strictly, Shirley has been seen giving masterclasses and commentating on the American series Dancing with the Stars, is a frequent panellist on Loose Women, and was the subject of BBC1’s Who Do You Think You Are? She presented two series of the popular This Morning featureMatchmaker Mountain for ITV and fronted the CBBC series Our School Summer Camp. Shirley’s numerous other appearances include The Jonathan Ross Show,Britain’s Got More Talent, Through the Keyhole,Family Fortunes, Crystal Maze, Catchphrase, The One Show, Tipping Point: Lucky Stars, The Graham Norton Show and Celebrity Juice, amongst others. Further to this, Shirley was asked to lend her voice to the Puss in Boots story for the CBeebies channel in collaboration with Northern Ballet, and presented aFriday Night Is Music Night special for BBC Radio 2.
In 2019, Shirley was one of nine celebrities selected for BBC1’s Kilimanjaro: The Return, where they climbed the 5,895 metre mountain to raise funds for Comic Relief supported projects in the UK and internationally.
Whilst Shirley continues in her role as head judge on the biggest show on British television, she has also recently fronted her own podcast, co-hosted BBC1’sMorning Live, presented on BBC Radio 2, appeared onCelebrity Sewing Bee, and released her sensational autobiography Behind the Sequins.
Liverpool heroes Cast are back for the annual Liverpool Christmas show, this time at the Grand Central Hall.
Saturday 12th December at Grand Central Hall Liverpool
Things are a little bit different at the moment, but we will still have the annual Cast hometown gig this December. This year due to Covid19 and the need to socially distance at live music gatherings, the show will be at Grand Central Hall, in an all seated format. Seats will be available in group bubbles of 2, 3, 4 and 5 (if you have a group larger than this then please contact the venue directly). Group bubbles should (currently) consist only of people from the same household. You can however buy tickets next to your mates in the next bubble if you act quickly and pick the right seats. There are only 400 tickets on sale, so be very quick or miss out.
Originally formed in 1992 from the ashes of two of the most legendary and lauded guitar bands of all time, The La’s and Shack, Cast released four albums, the second ‘Mother Nature Calls’ also went platinum (three of them top 10), and had ten top 10 singles, before disbanding in 2001. ‘All Change’ became the biggest selling debut album of all time for Polydor Records. After the band’s split, John Power released three solo albums, and played intermittently with the reformed La’s.
A decade later in 2012, the bands original line-up reunited with original producer John Leckie (Stone Roses, Radiohead, The Fall) for ‘Troubled Times’. The reinvigorated band produced an album full of the anthemic, melodic and beautifully written songs for which they have always been loved by their fervent fanbase.
With Founding member Pete Wilkinson retiring form the band in 2013. John Power (guitar/vocals), Liam ‘Skin’ Tyson (lead guitar – also playing with Robert Plant) and Keith O’Neill (drums) were joined by former La’s member Jay Lewis on bass.
At the end of 2015 Cast celebrated the 20th anniversary of their classic album ‘All Change’, with two sold out shows at the historic Liverpool Philharmonic Hall where they played the record in it’s entirety accompanied by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
The bands Latest album ‘Kicking Up The Dust’ was released on 21st April 2017. The album, Cast’s sixth studio album, was recorded at The Motor Museum in Liverpool and was produced by resident studio legend – Alistair Groves.
Labelled ‘The Who of the 90’s’, Noel Gallagher once described watching Cast play live as “a religious experience.”
Young Gun Silver Fox biggest headline show on 16th August is coming up at The Jazz Cafe FAST 🔥
Tickets available HERE.
Fischer-Z is coming to play 2 exclusive UK dates!
18th Sept – Nells, London
19th Sept – Factory, Manchester
Tickets available HERE.
Alex Band known most notably for being the frontman of The Calling is heading for Factory Manchester on 10th February. Make sure you’re there.
Music maestro, Alvin Youngblood Hart returns to London on 22nd April to play Nells.
Tickets available HERE.
Highly respected and commended within their genre – Anvil are a class act you must see live. Earning fans of international star status such as Metallica and the late Lemmy of Motörhead, who expressed their unreserved admiration. Be sure not to miss the band on 21st March at O2 Islington in London.
We are pleased to announce that we have added a 2nd London date for Arthur Brown, this January at Nells London. Both shows are very different sets, so come to both!
Saturday 25th Jan 2020
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
PERSPECTIVES ON THE HUMAN ADVENTURE- A musical evening with The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, exploring light and shade, in the human adventure.
Sunday 26th Jan 2020
New Album Launch Party
GYPSY VOODOO. The new album by The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown brought to you exclusively to launch its first public appearance
Catch the inimitable Arthur Brown perform live this winter at Nells London, playing two nights with very different sets – 25 Jan playing his hits from 6 decades of groundbreaking music, and 26 Jan debuting the new album and pivotal tracks from his illustrious and inimitable trail blazing past.
Vex Red are back on tour with new album, catch them at Factory in Manchester on 22nd February with Sœur and Neptune Valley.
Tickets available HERE.
Judy Collins embarks on a UK tour at the beginning of next year!
11th Jan Liverpool Grand Central Hall
13th Jan RNCM – Royal Northern College of Music – Manchester
14-Jan-2020 Sage Gateshead
15th Jan Nottingham Playhouse
18-Jan-2020 Town Hall and Symphony Hall – Birmingham
19-Jan-2020 Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne
20-Jan-2020 Union Chapel – London
22-Jan-2020 G Live, Guildford
3-Feb-2020 The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
catch rock legends, Terrorvision in one of Liverpool’s most impressive venues – Grand Central Hall – on 27th February.
Tickets available HERE.
Due to Covid-19 and the government imposed restrictions and guidance, a number of our events are being postponed and cancelled during April and May. If you have bought tickets for one of the shows that is being effected you will be informed by email, either by us directly or via the ticket agent you purchased through. Some shows are being postponed with new dates, so please keep hold of your tickets as they remain valid. If the show is outright cancelled, you will automatically be refunded.
Thank you for your patience and stay safe.
Our fave soul maestros, Mama’s Gun bring their wholesome vibes to Oslo Hackney on 14th December.
Vesbim Pink Floyd have rounded up some of the best musicians from the northwest region to create a spectacular reinterpretation of music taken from Pink Floyd’s The Wall “LIVE”. Not one to miss.
Rap trio from Phoenix have started the year off with a bang, dropping track ‘Jawbreaker’ in January and following it up with the release of their eponymous debut album – Injury Reserve.
In support of their latest releases, the band are set to embark on an extensive UK Tour. Catch them on 30th Oct at Phase One in Liverpool.
Five decades after she became a ’60s icon with the timeless pop hit ‘The First Cut Is The Deepest’, PP Arnold returns for a live performance at Liverpool Grand Central Hall on 18th October.
Grab your tickets HERE.
John Power (Cast / The La’s) performs an intimate acoustic show on 22nd November at Nells.
FEMALE METAL VOICES TOUR RETURNS
This November and December, a massive package headlined by LEAVES’ EYES (DE) and SIRENIA (NO) will tour all over Europe and the UK, joined by FOREVER STILL (DK), LOST IN GREY (FI) and supported by KASSOGTHA (CH).
LEAVES’ EYES has always been a band of superlatives: The international group has toured on five continents, playing concerts in more than 50 countries. Their live shows are spectacular events with breath taking stage scenery and Vikings on stage! The chart breakers LEAVES’ EYES just released their smashing single NIGHT OF THE RAVENS and a brand-new EP will be in stores at the start of the tour on November 22nd 2019!!! Welcome the Vikings!
Hitting the charts and selling out venues fully packed of happy crowds since 2001, SIRENIA is by now one of the most genre-defining bands of the gothic metal scene. The band will provide the attendees with some of the classical gothic metal masterpieces, as well as the freshest offerings from the Arcane Astral Aeons album.
FOREVER STILL, the fresh hope for Danish female metal scene, have cherished some of the most breath taking songs for every night of the tour. Currently, the band is crashing the listeners’ hearts with their last album Breathe In Colours, released earlier this year.
LOST IN GREY, a new name with yet so powerful and tight Finnish metal sound, are offering the solid melodic death metal foundation, skilfully mixed with lots of different elements ranging from symphonic to folk music. Check out their new album The Waste Land!
KASSOGTHA is hell of a groove machine from Switzerland ready to drop your headbanging faces to the stage front. The band will tour in support to their fresh EP The Call, a haunting mix of melodic, and not so melodic modern metal.
26th Nov – O2 Islington, London
28th Nov – Factory, Manchester
one of the dance scene’s best-known names for more than three decades, Judge Jules for the first time ever, you’ll be able to experience the iconic tracks that have defined his career through a ten-piece live band.
22nd Nov – The Venue – LSESU, London
17th Jan – The Bread Shed, Manchester
Click HERE for tickets.
Live Forever (A Britpop Tribute Festival) Comes to London in November 2019
There will be Sets from some of the best tribute acts in the country including Definitely Oasis, Blur2, Pulp’d & Lucky Man with more acts to be announced over the coming months.
Definitely Oasis need no introduction and?are now, without doubt,?the best Oasis tribute act there is,?The band regularly?sell out top-class venues up and down the country and have a 5-star review rating from many Oasis fans & promoters alike?it is very clear to see why they are so highly regarded and will put on a show next November you won’t want to miss!
Expect to hear all the Oasis classics like Don’t?Look Back In Anger, Wonderwall, Rock N Roll Star, Supersonic and many more hits & b Sides.
Blur2 are the definitive tribute to Blur. Bringing you all the classic Britpop anthems you know and love like Parklife, Girls & Boys, Country house, Tender and many many many more!
This band will have you thinking its 90s all over again for more info visit:?
Pulp’d?are the Worlds number 1 tribute to Pulp! An authentic and explosive tribute to one of the biggest acts of the Britpop era!?
Featuring all the hits such?as Can You Remember The First Time, Common People, Disco 2000 and Babies with all the legendary attitude of Jarvis Cocker
Lucky Man has been performing all over the country of late to great acclaim from Richard Ashcroft & Verve fans, Andy’s, Ashcroft voice and persona on stage is uncanny, expect to hear all Richard Ashcroft & Verve classics.
Click HERE for tickets.
Legendary Irish accordion maestro Sharon Shannon brings a new live show to Birmingham’s Hare & Hounds on 11th September 2019. Joined by her band, Jim Murray acoustic guitar, Jack Maher electric guitar, vocals and Sean Regan, fiddle, percussion and beatbox, Sharon will perform music from her many albums throughout the years, including 2017’s Sacred Earth.
Recorded at Real Worlds Studios and produced by Robert Plant producer, Justin Adams, Sacred Earth features many tracks with African influences and indeed African musicians as collaborators and guests.
Seckou Keita from Senegal playing Kora and percussion was one of the key collaborators. Now Seckou joins Sharon and her band, as a special guest on the Sacred Earth UK tour 2019.
Arguably one of the most important and representing band in Taiwan, Elephant Gym who are known for melodic and emotional bass-driven tracks filled with gentle, beautiful and rhythmic guitar and drum ensembles announced their first UK and EU tour.
19th August – Oslo – London
24th August – Factory – Manchester
Norwegian star in waiting, Fay Wildhagen makes her London debut on 6th September at The Lexington.
Get your tickets HERE.
Get on down to BATTS live London debut on 12th August at The Social.
BATTS is the project of Melbourne based musician and space enthusiast Tanya Batt. Creating a blend of folk and rock and blending samples collected from space missions courtesy of NASA throughout her music.
BATTS has spent the past 12 months touring Australia with Sharon Van Etten, Didirri, Oliver Tank, Timberwolf and nyck and has also played home town shows supporting The Teskey Brothers, Confidence Man, I Know Leopard, Abbe May and many more Australian favourites as well as American duo Lucius and the British rockers The Magic Numbers. Also in 2018 BATTS embarked on her first international tour to the UK supporting Cub Sport and playing shows with Communion Music and Sounds Australia.
A strong obsession with space and novels helps inspire the concepts and writing within BATTS music. Creating soundscapes that take you on a journey with relatable lyrics to help the listener in whatever way needed. BATTS debut album ‘The Grand Tour’ has just been released into the world on April 12th 2019 through THAA Records and is a concept album based around NASA’s 1977 ‘Voyager’ mission.
Love ft. original guitarist, Johnny Echols reunite one final time for a farewell UK tour next June. This is your last chance to see them.
29th June – Liverpool Grand Central Hall
30th June – Òran Mór
Grab tickets for a date in a city near you HERE.
Anathema are very pleased to announce “Back to the Start”, an exclusive hometown show at Liverpool Grand Central Hall on 19th July 2019.
Click HERE for tickets.
The Wildhearts play exclusive show at Liverpool Grand Central Hall on 18th July in support of their latest release ‘Renaissance Men’, their first full-length studio album in 10 years, on Graphite Records. Listen to the cathartic Dislocated above and on all streaming platforms now.
Tickets available HERE
Shane Koyczan is best known for his award winning spoken word performances. With his rhythmic verse in high gear, he navigates his audience through social and political territory with a furious honesty and a tender humanity that has brought audiences to their feet in New York, London, Edinburgh, Sydney, Stockholm, and Los Angeles, to name a few.
Catch him on one of the dates below:
8th June – The Bread Shed
11th June – Cecil Sharp House
Tickets available HERE.
20 Years on, people are still yelling “Save Tonight!” at Eagle-Eye Cherry. A true testament to his impressive song writing abilities, after captivate the world with his huge pop smash back in 90s.
Cherry returns to London to play O2 Academy Islington on 30th May. Tickets available HERE.
Two very exclusive shows with our favourite purveyor of pop, Natalie McCool, supported by the equally captivating Abbie Ozard.
Natalie McCool is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and a formidable front woman. She has amassed an army of fans and plenty of critical acclaim with her truly innovative and beautiful take on pop music. Her debut album ‘The Great Unknown’ was supported by BBC Radio 1 amongst a swell of UK press and was accompanied by two headline UK tours, a number of festival appearances (UK and Europe) and shows in South Korea, Japan, Russia and Australia.
Natalie recently completed work on her follow up. A collection of songs that capture and crystallise her memories from both childhood and adulthood, weaving deeply intimate stories that channel life’s most vital thoughts and feelings like love, jealousy and loss into a skewed mixture of lilting yet gloriously catchy pop songs. Her new album is a new beginning, having brought on board a label (Modern Sky UK) for the first time in her career, it sets an ambitious tone for this exciting artist.
Catch her on one of these dates:
25th Sept – Jimmy’s, Manchester
26th Sept – The Waiting Room, London
Join David Rudolf, the defense attorney for Michael Peterson in the hit Netflix documentary series The Staircase, for an evening of discussion into the intimate details of case and the series on 25th May at Grand Central Hall in Liverpool.
David will discuss the conflicts he wrestled with in determining whether to let the filmmakers follow him, his client and his trial preparation, and his insights into the most curious and contentious issues in the case, including the blood spatter evidence, the bisexuality and Germany evidence, the discovery of the blow poke, and the genesis of the Owl Theory.
Idlewild are set to play huge show at Grand Central Hall in support of their new album, Interview Music. Catch them on 19th April in Liverpool.
Having taken a break in 2010 (the previous fifteen years seeing them turn from raucous cult curiosity to chart bothering national treasures) Friendship and the bind of their creativity brought Idlewild back together for 2015’s Everything Ever Written. With it, came critical praise, an album in the top 20, and the band selling out venues as large as they ever had. With new members Luciano Rossi and Andrew Mitchellon board, Roddy Woomble, guitarist Rod Jones and drummer Colin Newton felt a renewed sense of purpose. So much so that the week that Everything Ever Written was released, they were already back at the drawing board to start work on what would become the bold step sidewards, forthcoming album Interview Music.
Inspired, they later decamped at the end at the end of a US tour in 2016 to Los Angeles to flesh out their ideas, but it would be some years before they set themselves up at Jones’ own Edinburgh studio to finish the record. “A lot of the songs are about dreams and dreaming and the thoughts and ideas that come from this state,” says Woomble. I live in the Scottish Highlands, and between there and California you’ve got two locations that can put you in a dream like state – driving down Sunset Boulevard as the sun sets or driving over the remote Ardnamurchan peninsula as the sun rises. The world seems unreal, magical. You’re dreaming through a landscape.”
Before finishing the album, the band performed a run of shows to celebrate the anniversary for their seminal record The Remote Part. One of those shows would see them meet up once again with the producer of that record and 100 Broken Windows, Dave Eringa, who would provide Idlewild with the grounding they needed to finish Interview Music. “Dave produced five songs on the album, but also brought a focus back to the band, and actually made us finish it!” admits Woomble “He made it sound like us,”
This is no more apparent than on opener ‘Dream Variations’; with its echoing, fever-dream melody, chiming fizzing riff, and vocal harmonies, before taking a surprise left-turn and drifting into a waltz-like trance. Much like the rest of the record, it has the indie-rock DNA of the band, but mutated in new and strange ways. ‘Same Things Twice’ takes the fire of the heavier highlights like ‘A Modern Way Of Letting Go’ or ‘Little Discourage’, but carries it with a more mature grace. Then ‘I Almost Didn’t Notice’ and ‘Mount Analogue’ make for record’s centre-pieces as playful, adventurous and strange – driven by abandon but still loyal to all that you want from Idlewild; not least for Woomble’s lyrics. Here you’ll find another tapestry of riddles written to “celebrate vagueness”. “What’s really important about Idlewild is that we are basically punk rock kids,” concludes Woomble. “No one ever taught us how to play anything. We formed a band and we learned. In our own way. We were inspired by the bands we saw just getting up on stage, making a noise and exchanging ideas, and trying to change your ideas. That’s principally what the band still do. I’m not a kid rolling around screaming into a microphone on the floor anymore, but that ideal is still at our core.”
Interview Musicis due for release on 5th April 2019via Empty Words.
Hawaii’s Jake Shimabukuro is renowned for his wholly unique approach to the ukulele to the world. Following an overnight viral reaction to his beautiful take on George Harrison classic ‘While my Guitar Gently Weeps‘, amassing an astonishing 16m views. Resulting in multiple Billboard World Music chart-topping record releases.
He is heading on a UK tour, be sure to catch him on:
Art Brut was formed in 2003, after Eddie Argos met guitarist Chris Chinchilla at an afterparty hosted by London indie rock band Ciccone in 2002. Argos also invited Ian Catskilkin, whom he knew from the Bournemouth music scene, to join on guitars. They were joined by Freddy Feedback on bass guitar and Mikey Breyer on drums. The band played their first gig in May 2003.
The band recorded Brutlegs later in 2003, produced by Keith Top of the Pops, containing the first versions of ‘Formed a Band’, ‘Modern Art’ and ‘Moving to LA’ and made it available. Angular Recording Corporationput out a compilation featuring ‘Formed a Band’. NME journalist Anthony Thornton heard the song and sent an MP3 to Rough Trade, and the label offered Art Brut a deal to release it as a single.
‘Formed a Band’ was released in the UK, as a single, in May 2004 reaching No. 52 on the UK Singles Chart. Blender described them as the best unsigned band in the UK. During the rest of 2004, they played gigs throughout the UK with The Fades including a first-anniversary gig at the Tate Britain.
Another bootleg EP Brutlegs 04 was recorded featuring ‘Good Weekend’, ‘Bang Bang Rock & Roll’, and an acoustic version of ‘Moving to LA’. A double A-side single of My Little Brother/Modern Art was released in December 2004 on Fierce Panda reaching No. 49 on the UK chart. The album Bang Bang Rock & Roll was released in May 2005 with ‘Emily Kane’ as the first single. The latter missed the UK Top 40 by two sales, yet remains the highest-charting single on Fierce Panda.
Catch them at Phase One in Liverpool on 19th February – TICKETS
Masters of modern soul, Mamas Gun announce exclusive London show at Nell’s Jazz & Blues on 8th February. Support comes from local legend, Kat Eaton who has received repeated support from BBC Introducing. Be sure to grab your TICKETS to the hottest show in town, as they wont be available for much longer.
Soak up their vibes in the video below…