Organisers of local music showcase, the Bohemia Music Nights, are branching out.
Several familiar faces front a new musical coming to Manchester Opera House next week.
In addition to her stint at the New Continental’s Snug Music Showcase tonight, Karima Francis is back in our city on Sunday.
DUB pioneer Neil Perch, the man behind Zion Train, was on his way to a PhD in biochemistry and a career in the pharmaceutical industry, when he saw the legendary Jah Shaka Sound System play.
Punk originals Stiff Little Fingers return to Preston’s 53 Degrees tomorrow to keep their promise to replay a show, scrapped at the 11th hour when bassist Ali McMordie fell ill.
It’s a little known fact that the biggest Christmas single in the world, Slade’s Merry Christmas Everybody, began life as a “hippy dippy” song about a rocking chair.
Original punk rockers Subway Sect, led by their iconic frontman Vic Goddard, are to make a rare appearance in Preston tomorrow.
Everyone knows the words – and the dance moves – so next Friday is your chance to Sing-a-Long-a the Rocky Horror Picture Show at Lancaster Grand Theatre.
US based singer songwriter Mark Geary, who has shared stages with the legendary Jeff Buckley, comes to Leyland this weekend.
London’s Revere come to Preston’s Mad Ferret tomorrow for a night of mesmerising vocals and beautiful strings.
The amazing Jools Holland returns for what is fast becoming his annual visit to Preston Guild Hall tomorrow.
Yorkshire based crusty rockers New Model Army arrive at Preston’s 53 Degrees tomrrow.
Blackpool singer songwriter Karima Francis makes a special appearance at a new open mic night at Preston Continental this Thursday.
Brother and sister Mari and Håkon Samuelsen visit Preston for the first time tomorrow to star with the Liverpool Philharmonic.
A brother and sister duo of fast rising classical prodigies come to Preston this week to star with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Preston will be celebrating all things Goth as the first ever Dark Cide Fest goes ahead on Saturday.
Celebrate Morecambe Day at the Arndale Centre in Market Street, tomorrow with live music from the Baybeat Streetband, Fourth Time Lucky, Kalimba artists and more.
Jools Holland pays his now-annual visit to Preston Guild Hall on Thursday for another boogie woogie party.
Leeds band Middleman return to Preston’s Mad Ferret this Saturday to top the bill at the music pub’s all dayer, Z-Fest.
Damo Suzuki, frontman of 1970s psychedelic Krautrock pioneers Can, returns to Preston this weekend to headline a festival of experimental music.
A hilarious comedy musical focusing on the things we do for love opens at Chorley Little Theatre tomorrow.
Impenetrably cool Japanese rockers Bo Ningen return to bring their mindbending sounds back to Preston’s Mad Ferret tomorrow night.
A little Sheffield metal rocks Preston’s 53 Degrees tomorrow night as hardcore five piece While She Sleeps arrive.
Folk favourites The Houghton Weavers return to their home ground of Preston Guild Hall tomorrow night for a typical evening of songs, anecdotes and audience participation.
One of Preston’s longest serving rock bands hits the stage at the city’s Mad Ferret this Saturday.
The latest Morecambe Live Weekender brings a feast of musical entertainment to the resort this Bank Holiday weekend.
Friends are celebrating the life of a man who was a familiar face on Preston’s music scene for years - by fulfilling one of his last wishes.2 comments
Trumpet player turned singer Georgina Jackson stars tomorrow at Clitheroe Grand’s hugely popular afternoon jazz session, Lunchtime Live.
A former star of The Stone Roses joins three local musicians onstage tomorrow night at the city’s Mad Ferret as new band Spaceflight blasts off.
A celebration to flag up the brilliance of Preston’s buzzing nightlife makes its glittering debut this weekend.
For pop fans, this will be a real showstopper of a night.
English folk singer Lucy Rose brings her beautiful tunes to 53 Degrees for the first time tomorrow.
Dukes Theatre, Lancaster
Lancashire born folk singer Mike Harding breaks one of his own rules tomorrow – by returning to Lancaster Grand Theatre less than two years after he last played there.
Blackpool Tower will be the beacon attracting scores of Northern Soul and Motown fans to the resort next weekend.
Nottingham indie heroes Dog Is Dead are on the tour trail and coming to Preston’s 53 Degrees tomorrow night.
Post punk legends The Fall return to Clitheroe tonight.
Newcastle indie heroes Little Comets blaze a trail to Preston’s 53 Degrees tomorrow night – and they are set to delight the city’s younger music fans.
Fans of ska should be flocking to Preston’s New Continental pub on Friday 26th April for the debut appearance of one of the region’s greatest tributes to the genre.
Quirky US indie pop stars We Are Scientists are returning to Preston after almost five years.
West Yorkshire indie rockers The Pigeon Detectives return to 53 Degrees tomorrow night for a sold out show – in the place where they played their first “proper” gig.1 comment
US doom metal merchants Bongripper made their first ever European shows just last year, alongside Conan.
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