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Sunday 14th April

Nick Harper – 58 Fordwich Road

NICK HARPER – and his one man spellbinding show – is one the UK’s best kept musical secrets. A folk troubadour, an acoustic balladeer – with a touch of rock ‘n’ roll on the side. He’s not folk. He’s emo skiffle. Pastoral hard rock. A progressive soul.

One of the finest guitarists of his generation, his soaring vocal range and propensity for epic song place him ‘somewhere between Rufus Wainwright and Jeff Buckley’ (Mojo).

A childhood – as the son of Roy Harper – growing up surrounded by some of the 60’s most revered songwriters and musicians and twenty years of solid touring has spawned a genius one-off, an original performer standing with little company in the clearing marked ‘GREATNESS’.

Often described as the Hendrix of acoustic, Nick’s heady mix of virtuosity, boyish charm, showmanship, humour and sheer bravado feeds an imagination bursting with ideas and originality.

Eleven, count ’em, eleven solo albums all critically acclaimed to the heavens and even a chart No.1 with ‘Blue Sky Thinking’.

More recently, in 2017, Nick recorded his full band album Lies! Lies! Lies! with legendary producer Tchad Blake at Studio La Fabrique, South France (studio of choice for Nick Cave, Morrissey and Radiohead).

The album received strong support from BBC 6 Music coupled with Nick and his band being greeted by rapturous, capacity crowds on the tour that followed.

Early 2018 saw Nick return to the live circuit with a newly formed solo set featuring quadraphonic sound and re-imaginations of songs pre-chosen, by request, by Nick’s fan base.

The ‘100 Things’ tour proved to be a hugely successful return to the stage with all but a handful of shows selling out as well as Nick Harper performing his first spoken word piece, A Wiltshire Tale, at some of UK’s most prestigious venues.

And now 58 FORDWYCH ROAD is an all new show that centres around a living room in a small flat in Kilburn, London in the mid ’60s – the home of (at that time) up-and-coming singer-songwriter Roy Harper and his wife Mocy. The flat was an after hours hang-out for the legends who played at Les Cousins in Soho at the height of the acoustic explosion with the likes of Bert Jansch, Davy Graham, John Renbourn, Paul Simon, Marc Bolan, Sandy Denny and others dropping in, to drop out, jam and try new tunes.

All along, there was someone else there… a toddler, part of the family, inhaling the music and absorbing the vibe; Roy’s young son, Nick Harper.

Nick later carved out his own career in music, but in this unique and one-off show he plays tribute to the time, the place and the music that became his centre of everything.

Running over two halves, Nick first delves into the deluge of songs he heard direct from the greats as he grew up. In the second half, Nick traces the journey of how these luminary figures’ music evolved and helped shape popular music beyond the ’60s, and revisits the eternal themes that run from then to now in songs of his own fine repertoire.

C’mon – HOW SPECIAL IS THIS…

Ticket: £12.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Friday 8th February

Glass Caves – The Trilogy Tour

All journeys start somewhere. A few start on the streets, and of those fewer still end up in front of vast adoring crowds at the UK’s best-loved festivals and venues. Fortunately for GLASS CAVES, theirs did. And while it’s already reached impressive heights, it’s far from reached its climax.

Beginning their life busking on the streets of York, before heading to almost every corner of the UK, the band quickly amassed a loyal and devoted following, who appreciate their no-nonsense, back-to-basics brand of self-promotion; something they have in common with the industry tastemakers that followed soon after.

Such was strength of those first initial ripples, that they rapidly became waves, and the band quickly found themselves playing a headline Club NME at London’s KOKO, The Great Escape, Dot to Dot, Isle of Wight Festival, and Reading & Leeds amongst countless other well-received dates that continue to cement their reputation as one of the UK’s best loved touring bands.

Not content with being on top of their live game alone however, the band’s DIY roots and inexhaustible work ethic recently caught the attention of the BBC, who commissioned a Newsbeat documentary charting their rise from back-street buskers to major radio darlings, while their self-funded debut ‘Alive’ made Record Store Day’s Top 40 at the time of its release.

Such accolades are nothing to be sniffed at. But Glass Caves are a band who refuse to rest on their laurels. And though also in a constant state of innovation and though the band’s forthcoming EP is arguably their strongest release to date, they also refuse to forget their roots.

Ticket: £10.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14

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Friday 22nd March

Lee Scratch Perry w/ guest DJ Selecter B (Bangarang)

LEE SCRATCH PERRY, then, one of the most enduring and original reggae artist/producers of all time. From the early ’60s as a singer and engineer for Coxsone Dodd’s Studio One in Kingston, through producing seminal Wailers classics ‘African Herbsman’ and ‘Soul Revolution’, Perry’s innovative style marks him as one of reggae’s original treasures.

An undisputed pioneer, Lee “The Upsetter” Perry has worked with almost everyone from The Heptones to The Skatalites to The Clash.

Certainly one of his legendary contributions pairing Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, and Bunny Wailer with the Barnet Brothers (Carley and ‘Family Man’) who had been the heart of The UUpsetters.

After his own studio, Black Ark, burned down in the late 70s, Perry laid low only to resurface in England in the mid-80s partnering everyone from Adrian Sherwood to Terence Trent D’Arby.

During this time, Perry moved to the Swiss Alps (“The mountains give me the fresh Swiss air to replenish my structure so I can soon join the immortal race”).

Stream of consciousness, rantings of a lunatic or the offerings of a prophet? Either way, his unique dubbing style is infectious, with groundbreaking sound effects, echo/reverb and rewind adding a new dimension to the folk tradition of reggae.

Always one to follow the beat of his own drum, the eccentric genius Perry is still breaking new ground with the hardest rebel rasta tunes and unpredictable instrumental dubs, expounding on his favourite themes of extraterrestrials, judgment, justice, corruption, carnality and self proclamation, all over some killer rhythms.

Welcome back to York the Mark E Smith of reggae with an arsenal of feelgood tunes. With an ace band launching into the songs as soon as he shouts the titles, he skips from his Upsetters classics such as Zion’s Blood to Marley’s Sun Is Shining and an epic remodel of Exodus retitled Sexy Dust.

Perry’s singing sometimes bears the loosest connection to the song he is performing, and yet the 77-year-old possesses a wonderful tone and childlike, magical fascination with the noises he produces with his mouth: “Bam bam! Yam yam! Rastafari! Yeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaargh!”

Ticket: £19.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 19th January

True Grit USA-style wrestling (with full-size ring)

Over the top, hard-hitting, jaw-dropping, bone-crunching pro wrestling and, yes, a FULL SIZE RING in Fibbers so you can witness the action up close and be a part of the incredible atmosphere as crowds cheer and boo these wrestling superstars.  

Inside and when it spills out on to the street…

Body slams, suplexes, chairs, tag teams, high flyers, larger than life characters – this show has it all!

Full line-up coming soon.

Families welcome, all ages show!

Ticket: £8.00 upwards Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: ALL AGES

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Friday 15th March

Anti-Nowhere League, Criminal Mind

Setting out on the road in 1980 to prove they could be the worst band on God’s earth, ANTI-NOWHERE LEAGUE were loud, violent and obnoxious yobbos with one mission… to get banned from every TV show, radio station and newspapers as possible just for a laugh…

They were hated by the general public as well as ‘real’ musicians who thought they were a disgrace to the music business.  Nothing to do with pulling more people to their gigs than they were, of course…

With numerous encounters with the authorities they have continued to play and release new material away from the public eye.

In this day and age it doesn’t seem quite as big a deal as it was back then when they stood alone now a few of the ‘real’ bands have taken up the ‘flag’ to be original with attitude.

Long may independent bands continue keeping the music live and real.  LONG LIVE THE LEAGUE!

PRESENTED BY TV’S OVER.

Ticket: £13.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Friday 26th July

Who’s Next – 40th Anniversary Quadrophenia Show plus greatest hits, w/ guests Page 45 (7.30pm start)

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of cult classic Quadrophenia, the UK’s premier tribute to Daltrey / Townshend / Entwistle / Moon WHO’S NEXT are touring a show featuring all the favourite film songs such as The Real Me, 5:15, I’m One, Bell Boy, Dr. Jimmy, Love Reign O’er Me and many more.

AND A GREATEST HITS SET AS WELL…

From The Detours in ’62, becoming The Who in ’64, through tons of classic tunes from Can’t Explain and My Generation through through I Can See For Miles and Tommy to Won’t Get Fooled Again, and sandwiched in the middle one of the greatest live albums of all time Live At Leeds, The Who were/are one of the greatest rock bands of all time. ‘Nuff said.

Ticket: £10.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Friday 30th November

The Alarm, Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts

Since the June release of new album ‘Equals’ put THE ALARM back in the album charts on both sides of the Atlantic, the band have been performing non stop, including a celebrated Beatles style rooftop performance from LIVE NATION’s New York HQ that was watched by over 100,000 fans on Facebook Live.

Following a marathon 44 date North American Tour, The Alarm are back in the UK and, more importantly for us, back at Fibbers for the first time since May 2011.

From humble beginnings in Wales and 1981’s debut single ‘Unsafe Building’ featuring, for then, a daring mix of amped-up acoustic guitars, harmonica and passionate vocals and inviting the enduring description “Bob Dylan meets The Clash”.

It’s a sound heard around the world ever since, with 17 Top 50 UK singles, a host of successful albums and over 6 million sales worldwide, a career that has also seen founding member Mike Peters sing on stage with the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and U2.

You can brush up on the full Alarm history HERE and, well, damn interesting it is too.

The band will also be wrapping up their US tour with a concert in the Grand Canyon in late October, and are excited to return to the UK to perform for their legion of British fans. Highly recommended!

Ticket: £22.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 13th April

Wilko Johnson w/ special guest Glenn Tilbrook

Is there a more exciting sight than the wild-eyed king of rhythm and blues chopping at a red and black Telecaster tethered to a coily lead, bouncing back and forth across a stage…

Ladies and Gentlemen, the return to York of the inimitable, the indestructible, the magnificent king of real rhythm and blues, WILKO JOHNSON, a regular at Fibbers since 1994 and still, yes, STILL, at the top of his game.

And following his astonishing recovery from cancer, the original Dr Feelgood guitarist has enjoyed a rousing return to the live arena, including a No. 1 album with Roger Daltrey and a sold out Royal Albert Hall show to mark his 70th birthday.

Heavily influenced by MICK GREEN // THE PIRATES // LIVE AT HOPE & ANCHOR (rhythm and lead AT THE SAME TIME), our hero’s finger-style, chop-chord strumming action (the self-described ‘stab’), allows for that same chords-and-lead to be played at the same time, giving a fluency and a distinctive sound very unlike the cleaner swat of a pick.

That stripped-back economic sound, the black-suit and the scowls, the yards he covered across the stage pausing only to twist that coily lead from under his feet, Wilko Johnson is indisputably one of the era’s all-time guitar heroes.

Completing the band, as always, ex-Blockhead Norman Watt-Roy on bass, crouched over and dripping with sweat, pulling notes from thin air synched perfectly with Dylan Howe on drum.

But wait, who’s this supporting? Bloody hell, GLENN TILBROOK – a man who has more than earned his place at pop’s top table.

Forty five years after linking with Chris Difford, Jools Holland et al to form the much-loved and evergreen Squeeze, Glenn is still in demand as one of our most cherished songwriters and performers, still with a devotion to performing live, with no signs of diminishing!

Can you afford to miss this…

Ticket: £27.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14

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Friday 23rd November

Skindred, The Bastard Sons, Feed Them To The Forest

Blend up the raggae metal punk hip-hop, unity sound killer groove non-stop… It can only be Newport’s finest – the mighty unstoppable all-conquering steamroller that is SKINDRED. You knows this is going to sell out and, as usual, NOBODY GETS OUT ALIVE.

The music world may be in a permanent state of panic and flux, but one basic principle of rock’n’roll remains true: the key to longevity is to always deliver the goods. No band has better encapsulated this ethos of integrity and determination over the last decade than Skindred.

Widely acknowledged as one of the most devastating and enthralling live bands on the planet, the Newport destroyers have been a perennial force for musical invention and remorseless positivity since emerging from the ashes of frontman Benji Webbe’s former band Dub War back in 1998.

Skindred’s reputation for producing the ultimate spark-spraying state-of-the-art soundclash, combining all manner of seemingly disparate musical elements into an irresistibly exhilarating explosion of energy and cross-pollinated cultural fervour has rightly earned them a reputation as a band capable of uniting people from all corners of the globe and making every last one of them tear up the dancefloor with a giant shit-eating grin plastered across their faces.

With the toughest and most infectious metal riffs colliding with the biggest, phattest hip hop and reggae grooves, cutting edge electronics and a razor-sharp pop sensibility guaranteed to encourage even the most curmudgeonly music fans bellow along with rabid enthusiasm, Skindred are both the ultimate thinking man’s party band.

You know this is going to sell out; what are you waiting for…

Ticket: £21.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Thursday 29th November

China Shop Bull, Part Time Miserables, Pat Butcher, Carnival Rejects

‘Have to be seen to be believed’ rings absolutely
spot-on dead true for CHINA SHOP BULL. Hip hop, punk, ska, drum & bass, reggae blasted out by a Yorkshire rapper cum awesome guitarist, a precision rhythm section and brass that’ll blow you away.

2017’s digital remix album ‘Bang Out Of Disorder’, (proceeds to MacMillan Cancer Support!) led to inclusion continent-wide in DJ sets, a first tour of Italy and familiar presence at festivals such as Boomtown Fair, Equinox, Bearded Theory and Beatherder.

Bloody top line-up this, with grunge/punk trio PART TIME MISERABLES Dan Jennings (vox, rhythm guitar), Jimmy Gaffney (lead guitar and ‘mood swings’) and Henry Willows (drums and bassoon…). HEALTH WARNING: a fair bit of mayhem follows this band around…

PAT BUTCHER, then – soap opera, carrots and thrashy punk. These may well be borrowed names… Phil Mitchell (vox), Kain Dingle (guitar), Zak Dingle (mandolin), Gail Platt (bass) and what presumably is the whole of Albert Square (drums). Nowt wrong with punk being fun as well.

First but not least so be sure to pitch up early for CARNIVAL REJECTS (Ex-Urban Scum/The Vexed), best mates in crime, the crime being ‘Olde Yorke Hardcore Punk’ which we don’t think is a crime at all. Well, not a hanging offence anyway.

It all points to a joyous and rumbunctious night of ska, punk and general chucking yourself around. Recommended. Of course.

Ticket: £6.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 10th November

Tonight Alive, Jamie Lenman, Wolf Culture

OK, so we all know this is going to sell out pretty sharpish…

Australia’s spiky pop-punters TONIGHT ALIVE (Jenna McDougall, Jake Hardy, Cam Adler & Matt Best) arguably fly just under the mainstream radar but, in Jenna McDougall who joined when just 16 yrs old) are fronted by one of the alternative scene’s most genuine and relatable women, with a talent for turning personal anguish into understated lyrical poetry.

After the global success of 2013’s make-or-break album ‘The Other Side’, the 2016 follow up ‘Limitless’ bravely took a wrecking ball to their pop-punk roots and embraced electronics, soaring arena-rock and a ’90s pop sensibility only hinted at previously. And when Jenna sings “Rules are made for us to break / Chances meant for us to take,” she obviously means it…

And so to January 2018 and ‘Underworld’, a reconnection with their roots, a little darker but tugging at the heartstrings in all the right ways.

Bands this good seldom this way come, don’t miss it…

Ticket: £17.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Tuesday 30th October

Sam Fender, A Festival A Parade

SAM FENDER don’t write love songs… Nah, expect super-sharp lyricism referencing social and political issues such as government surveillance, fake news and sexual harrassment – all imbuing his nascent indie with an acerbic bite.

Recently signed to Polydor Records, Sam’s new release Dead Boys, a devastating new track that laments the ever-growing global issue of male suicide, is lifted from a forthcoming debut EP and is his most powerful statement to date. And yes, it is raw, both in subject and delivery.

Our North East hero burst on to the scene with debut single ‘Play God’ in March 2017 and was hailed as one of Annie Mac’s New Names on Radio 1.

His grit and fresh lyrical take on modern society mark him out from a busy genre and display an insight beyond his years, recently named one of BBC Sound of 2018 (Annie Mac) alongside other emerging artists such as Sigrid and Khalid.

Supports with Hozier, Daughter, Willy Mason, Catfish & The Bottleman, Nick Mulvey and York’s own Benjamin Francis Leftwich. And you may have caught Sam previously at Fibbs with VANT.

Highly recommended!

Ticket: £8.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Thursday 31st January

We Are Not Devo, DJ X-Generator

Pay attention to your Gut Feeling, come watch WE ARE NOT DEVO and spend quality time with your friends Jerkin Back ‘n’ Forth to avoid fast falling Space Junk.

Don’t Shrivel Up for the Girl U Want; Be Stiff.

Use your God given Freedom of Choice to Slap Your Mammy or simply Whip it good.

Because with The UK’s only DEVO tribute act Uncontrollable Urges can be met with Satisfaction in this Beautiful, Wiggly World.

Akron, Ohio’s finest export. A potato-based product.

Ticket: £8.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Saturday 2nd March

Kingdom Of Madness: classic MAGNUM

Members of MAGNUM’s classic-era line-ups reunite for a celebration of the band’s much-loved back catalogue covering the period 1978-94, and named after that classic album, KINGDOM OF MADNESS.

A fantastic celebration of the band’s much-loved back catalogue featuring ’78-’94 w/ MARK STANWAY – Keyboards (Magnum 1980-2016, Grand Slam, M3 Classic Whitesnake) // MICKY BARKER – Drums (Magnum 1985-95) // RICHARD BAILEY – Keyboards / flute (Magnum 1975-80, Whitesnake) // LAURENCE ARCHER – Guitar (Magnum 1984, Grand Slam, UFO) // NEIL MURRAY – Bass (Whitesnake, Black Sabbath, Snakecharmer) // CHRIS OUSEY – Lead vocals (Snakecharmer, Heartland) & MO BIRCH – Backing vocals / percussion (Magnum, Go West, UB40).

Phew…

One of the UK’s finest exponents of melodic rock music, the hard-gigging Magnum achieved high UK & Europe album and singles chart positions. Regular sold-out theatre tours including a memorable FIVE NIGHTS at London’s legendary Hammersmith Odeon performed during 1988 together with headline appearances at Birmingham NEC and Wembley Arena, as well as appearances at major festivals.

This is a band of world class musicians with a Magnum pedigree second to one, celebrating not only the legacy of the band’s classic period, but including key tracks from Grand Slam – Stanway and Archer’s collaboration with Thin Lizzy’s Phil Lynott.

“There’s an extensive catalogue of great songs from the classic years of Magnum which have not been performed on stage in many years and which audiences have constantly requested”, says Mark Stanway, keyboard player with Magnum for 36 years.

“Having said that”, he continues, “I should state that we by no means consider ourselves a Magnum “tribute” – how can it be when five of the members have a shared legacy with the band?”

“I’m delighted to be working with Richard, Micky, Laurence and Mo again and in Neil and Chris we have two musicians with their own distinct history who will obviously bring their personal musical identity to the project. In addition, with our focus being firmly on the music from the earlier period, we do not perceive ourselves as being in “competition” with the current Magnum. There is more than enough music to keep both bands busy – a fitting testament to the song-writing of Tony Clarkin. I’m truly looking forward to performing classic Magnum music with such a prestigious line-up”.

Ticket: £20.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Wednesday 14th November

Matt Grocott & The Shrives, The Receivers, The Vedettes

Stratospheric ska, subversive country and visceral PUNK attitude… Yup, THE SHRIVES are unafraid to experiment, veering from solid indie to pop to punk-funk.

And so it’s little surprise that shortly after forming in 2014 they were quickly swept off to California to RECORD DEBUT ALBUM WITH GREEN DAY’S BILLIE ARMSTRONG AND JOEY ARMSTRONG OF SWMRS… Bloody hell.

Cascades of glistening riffs and grooving bass filled 2017’s debut album, garnering huge plaudits from Kerrang!, NME and Rock Sound as well as underground and Uni blogs.

This is one of the exciting bands just about to break you really need to be in on from the start, “I was there. No, I really WAS there!”.

“One of the worlds hottest new bands – Matt Grocott & The Shrives” – Kerrang.

“The Shrives should be your new favourite frentic punk band” – Rock Sound.

Ticket: £6.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Tuesday 5th February

The Rumjacks

BLOODY AMAZING AND PACKED SHOW LAST YEAR! And when exactly was the last time a folkpunk band did 44m YouTube views? With more subscribers than Dropkick Murphys, Rancid and Hellcat Records? THE RUMJACKS are a must for fans of Ferocious Dog, The Levellers and 3 Daft Monkeys!

Drawing nuts crowds at festival and club shows, frontman Frankie McLaughlin says, “We were raised on the Scottish and Irish music in our parents record collection, before colliding head-on with punk rock as we grew older and thought we knew everything”.

Their own brand of Celtic Punk earned them 24m YouTube views for breakthrough track ‘An Irish Pub SonG’ and their incendiary live shows and endless touring regime has seen them share the stage with acts as diverse as Dropkick Murphys, Anti Flag, Gogol Bordello, Ruts DC, GBH, UK Subs & The Aggrolites… “We’re at home on any lineup in front of any crowd, I think there are elements of what we do that must appeal to just about anyone”.

Indeed they do – from heavy Celtic roots to driving punk or ska/reggae rhythms, well-oiled sing-alongs and choking ballads.

“We draw on so many influences, but still it’s important for us to force the bounds of what we already do, play good solid Punk rock with a fat smear of Celtic folk right through”

Dancing and stomping boots, please…

Ticket: £12.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Sunday 18th November

Natty & The Rebelship – Man Like I album show w/ guest DJ Selecter B (Bangarang)

Combining reggae, indie, Afro-beat and soul with a healthy dose of London-style! Add a little attitude on the diverse, acoustic guitar-driven grooves and you have NATTY.

Intelligent, poetic and savvy lyrics – accurately reflecting the lives/loves of a modern-day UK – have already led to positive involvement with high-profile campaigning organisation Love Music Hate Racism.

Born Alexander Akiloe Philip Modiano in 1983 in San Francisco, and then moving to London with his family at the age of one, his musical eclecticism reflects the differing tastes of his parents. His white Anglo-Italian father loved Neil Young and Bob Dylan. His black mother from Southern Africa – was very into Motown, Al Green, 60s Jamaican music and afro-beat.

And early teen years spent creating hip hop beats for rapping mates in his bedroom would later gave him the confidence to blag his way into a job in premier-league recording-studio Sphere in Battersea.

Fast forward to first single “July” (co-produced by Nat Powers, and later remixed by Crazy Cousinz) charted in 2008 and debut album, Man like I, featured “Cold Town” also shown live on Jools Holland (SEE PERFORMANCE HERE).

Natty began his first solo headline tour with support from Smoke Feathers and Elvin: and recently played with Sam Duckworth (Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly) performing a cover of Love Will Tear Us Apart by Joy Division.

Instrumental versions of his songs Badman and Coloured Souls appeared in the Electronic Arts videogame Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09.

And in September 2011, Natty scored his first American tour, opening up for reggae artist Ziggy Marley.

A great opportunity to see a modern reggae artist here in York; “born into this dimension around 30 years ago – music is his medium!”.

Ticket: £15.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Saturday 17th November

Hugh Cornwell Electric – The Monster Tour

Golden Brown, Strange Little Girl, Always The Sun, Peaches, No More Heroes, Nice & Sleazy… sound familiar?

All big hits, all great songs, all written and sung by Hugh Cornwell the songwriter behind The Stranglers. And he’s back with a new album ‘Monster’ this autumn on Sony Music, released October 4.

Expect an opening set of prime solo songs including picks from ‘Monster’ followed by a storming set of those iconic hits sung and played by the man himself and his band.

“JUST STRAP ON YOUR GUITAR AND WE’LL PLAY SOME ROCK & ROLL” – you can’t miss it, the hitman is back!!

Ticket: £20.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Sunday 21st April

Resurrection w/ Oasish, Total Stone Roses, Happy Mondaze, True Order, Transmission, Stereotonics, Lucky Man, guest DJs

5th Anniversary show – always packed always sold out – this is the real Manc Holiday Weekend in York!

These shows are always RAMMED, so early purchase is recommended as ​The Resurrection Team return with their yearly Easter spectacular featuring the best UK tributes to OASIS, STONE ROSES, HAPPY MONDAYS, NEW ORDER, JOY DIVISION, STEREOPHONICS, THE VERVE w/ guest DJs

This crammed all dayer looks set to be another wall to wall celebration of the best indie music across the last thirty or so years.

If you’re after a festival on your doorstep this really is it…

Ticket: £15.00 early bird (limited) Buy Now
Doors: 5pm 'til late
Age: 16+

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Friday 16th November

Reef, Broken Witt Rebels

Two decades of the amazing REEF playing Fibbers and they just get better and better – check out this amazing gallery of live photos (by Kluens) from March 2016…

Since the arrival of Jesse Wood on guitar in April 2014, REEF are back stronger and better than ever, and with new album REVELATION the boys from the West Country are soaring.

With legendary LA-based producer George Drakoulias on board, Reef are simultaneously recapturing and updating the sound of their classic multi million selling No.1 album Glow.

You know this is going to sell out. Again…

TICKETS ON SALE THURSDAY!

Ticket: £22.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Tuesday 6th November

Junkyard, The Jokers, Blue Jinns

Raucous, blues-based, big guitars and big drums, uncompromising — “Hollywood” rockers JUNKYARD who hit MTV and radio hard with self-titled 1989 Geffen Records debut.

And as one of the great guttersnipe L.A. bands of the late ’80s — a storied crew that includes GUNS N’ ROSES, LITTLE CAESAR, THE HANGMEN — Junkyard were proud to be part of “one of the last great rock ‘n’ roll scenes.”

They’ve cemented their authenticity with blunt songs as the soul-searching of “Cut From The Same Cloth” to “We Fuck Like We Fight” (politely abbreviated as “WFLWF” for the politically correct) going down as easy as an aged Kentucky bourbon with “High Water”, their first official album in 26 years.

Junkyard are better than ever and as singer and founding member David Roach explains, in recent years, JUNKYARD had a blast playing “reunion” shows, which quickly turned into mini-tours through Spain and packed gigs across America. New songs began percolating…

“I had no grand illusions of a magnum opus, or that we’d try and recreate what we were 25 years ago,” Roach states. “This album is not a departure; it’s a rock ‘n’ roll record (with a nod to punk rock and outlaw country) from JUNKYARD with songs about life, love, regret, addiction and memories.”

Ticket: £14.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Sunday 21st October

We Are Scientists, Peaness

Legendary NY-ers WE ARE SCIENTISTS debut gold album ‘With Love & Squalor’ catapulted them to main stages (Glasto/Leeds/Reading/T in the Park) and an REM tour.

And their latest album MEGAPLEX is out now, (“We don’t care what you do with it — JUST BUY IT!!!!”).

They’re clever, they’re witty, they write BLOODY GREAT BIG TUNES… one of our fave bands EVER, and yours too…

And you can get an earful of another WAS masterpiece….Heart Is A Weapon

Over to the boys themselves, “We Are Scientists have been playing for 10 years, right on the nose. (A little more.) We’re a three-piece, like Sting’s old band, Greenday. Our influences are The Alligator, the Dove, the Kookaburra, the Ram, the Ant, the Dragon, the Leopard, the Raven, the Antelope, the Dragonfly, the Lion, the Raccoon, the Armadillo, the Ducks, the Lizard, the Road Runner, the Badger, the Eagle, the Llama, the Robin, the Bat, the Egret very much, the Loon, the Rooster, the Bear, the Elephant, the Lynx, the Sea Anemone, the Beaver, the Elk, the Magpie, the Seahorse, the Blackbird, the Falcon, the Margay, the Seal, the Blue Jay, the Fish, the Monkey, the Skunk, the Boar, the Flamingo, the Mockingbird, the Snail, the Buffalo, the Fox, the Moose, the Snake, the Bull, the Frog, the Mouse, the Spider, the Butterfly, the Giraffe in particular, the Ocelot, the Squirrel, the Camel, the Gorilla, the Opossum, the Swallow, the Cardinal, the Grackle, the Otter, the Swan, the Cat, the Grasshopper, the Owl, the Tapir in particular, the Catbird, the Griffin, the Panther, the Tarantula”.

Er… awesome.

On sale Wednesday 10am.

Ticket: £16.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm

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Tuesday 13th November

Supersuckers, The Boss Caine Rock’n’Roll Band, Sewage Farm

Over to Eddie Spaghetti – rock guy… THE SUPERSUCKERS say Suck It!

The Greatest Rock N Roll Band In The World returns once again to prove they still have it with a special set for this 30th year celebration tour featuring:

1. “The Evil Powers of Rock ‘n’ Roll” in its entirety (w/ classics like “Santa Rita High” & “Going back to Tucson”).

2. New cuts from the latest album.

3. A selection of all the classic trademark sing-along hits.

4. A country medley … as we all LOVE their soft side (!)

Feted by the likes of Rob Zombie, Eddie Vedder & Lemmy and still led by Eddie Spaghetti, welcome to a very unique massive punk & roll sound, spiced up by country influences.

Classics like “The History Of Rock N Roll”, “Dead Inside”, “Breaking My Balls” and “All Of The Time” show a band yet to give up on what’s important – the continuation of an art form that has become antiquated and almost obsolete these days: the art of ROCKING THE FUCK OUT!

So, if you fancy yourself a Connoisseur Of Quality™, a Person of Impeccable Taste™, then you need to see this band live immediately.

Ticket: £15.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Friday 1st February

Half Man Half Biscuit, Shatner

If HALF MAN HALF BISCUIT didn’t exist, you’d have to invent them. Since forming nearly 30 years ago, their presence has been a necessity. 

In essence the vehicle for the observations, ramblings and creations of front-man Nigel Blackwell, they are a counterblast to the processes of modern life. Throughout changing times they have spanned the decades, released 13 full-length albums and dropped a thousand-and-one pop culture references; from BBC Radio’s Charles Nove to former England cricketer Fred Titmus.

Their approach to promoting their music is famously non-existent – a handful of UK gigs each year is normal. Even rarer are interviews of any kind. Blackwell himself states his biggest achievement, as “creating a situation for myself whereby I can get up of a morning and decide to go and tackle Bwlch Pen Barras on the bike, […] rather than report to a superior to await orders”. 

Their existence is somehow outside of the modern world, yet also a reaction to it. Merely by continuing to release and perform, Half Man Half Biscuit serve a greater purpose – to rally against the crap that life throws up with a wry smile, and also to take joy in life’s small and simple pleasures.

HMHB are a truly genuine band, blessed with a magical capacity to make the most jaded of listeners fall back in love with music again. Witty and dry, sardonic yet never cynical, melodically infectious yet edgy sing along songs, these four lads who shook the Wirral are perhaps still to some extent an undiscovered national treasure.

Back in 1985, Half Man Half Biscuit sat comfortably at the top of the indie album chart. This may not seem so much of an achievement, unless you take a look back at the other contenders in the chart at that time. Acts such as Depeche Mode, New Order and The Cult were all on the scene, and you could guarantee that none of them managed to hit the number one spot with an album that had been recorded in just a couple of days and for around £30…

That album was ‘Back In The DHSS’, becoming an instant success after it was championed by the late John Peel, for whom they did a total of 12 sessions over the years. As soon as he heard the white label test pressing, he was smitten. With tracks such as ‘I Hate Nerys Hughes’ and ‘I Love You Because (You Look Like Jim Reeves)’, HMHB could never be considered as po-faced.

Even though this was their debut recording, it went on to sell over 200,000 copies. Since then, they have released a further 12 albums with Nigel Blackwell never taking the music business too seriously. According to Nigel, the reason he started writing songs, was due to the fact, that when he left school in Birkenhead, the only other option was to become a heroin addict. 

With lyrics such as, “She’s the main man in the office in the city and she treats me like I’m just another lackey. But I can put a tennis racket up against my face and pretend that I am Kendo Nagasaki” nobody could dispute he chose the correct career path.

Their last album ‘Urge for Offal’, sees more of Nigel’s surreal observations on everyday life. A few shining examples are ‘Old Age Killed My Teenage Bride’ and ‘Baguette Dilemma For The Booker Prize Guy”.

And the newest album “No-one Cares About Your Creative Hub So Get Your Fuckin’ Hedge Cut” sees more of Nigel’s surreal observations on everyday life. A few shining examples are ‘Knobheads On Quiz Shows” and “Man Of Constant Sorrow (With A Garage In Constant Use)”.

So grab your Joy Division Oven Gloves and don your Dukla Prague away kit, as The Biscuit are coming to town.

So grab your Joy Division Oven Gloves and don your Dukla Prague away kit, as The Biscuit are coming to town. And they’re not going on after Crispy Ambulance…

Ticket: £20.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 16th February

The Spitfires

Watford based 4-piece melting pot of reggae, ska, punk and soul – two albums in (‘Response’ and ‘A Thousand Times’) and THE SPITFIRES already denting the Top 10s in the Independent and National charts.

The band’s work ethic and acute social commentary has made this fiercely independent act one of the most popular underground success stories in the UK today. Their attitude and spirit has earned them a dedicated and loyal following across the whole of the UK and Europe.

The Spitfires have now announced their third album ‘Year Zero’, to be released 27th July through Hatch Records – get down here to see this amazing band!

Ticket: £13.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm

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Tuesday 4th December

Sweet, GlamRockz

“Without The Sweet there would not have been a KISS” – Gene Simmons… “We wanted to be The Sweet” – Nikki Sixx… “This is the band I wish I had been in” – Joe Elliot – Def Leppard.

You better beware, you better take care; You better watch out if you’ve got long black hair…

This ain’t no bubblegum pop show, it’s a PROPER ROCK BAND – YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT…

Still w/ original guitarist Andy Scott THE SWEET are coming to York.

55 million record sales later and still a national treasure, British to the core, a rock music phenomenon, 23 Top 40 hits inc Hell Raiser / Blockbuster / Ballroom Blitz/ Teenage Rampage / Fox On the Run / Love Is Like Oxygen.

Tickets are going to be a premium…

Ticket: £20.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 13th October

O’Connell & Love (Alabama 3), Boss Caine

Larry Love, then… one half of O’CONNELL & LOVE. Born Robert Spragg, son of a Welsh Mormon preacher, with fire and brimstone eternally in his soul. Having studied law, Larry left for London at 21, with a pocket full of Woodie Guthrie lyrics.

He met Jake Black (Rev D.Wayne Love) and formed Alabama 3 in 1992, a musical “car crash” which merged Country Western songs with the burgeoning Acid House movement.

By 1997 at the height of Brit Pop, they had effectively scuppered their chances of being accepted by the established British music industry, but were picked up by Geffen Records who initially recognised that what might look like a twisted interface on paper was an effective blueprint to consolidate a long-term career in the industry.

From The Sopranos to The Simpsons, and a wide variety of projects including winning a Welsh BAFTA for the soundtrack to Welsh television series Y Pris, Larry Love has followed the adage of Bob Dylan ‘to live outside the law you must be honest’.

Brendan O’Connell met Larry in the 90s not long before the Alabama 3 signed their first deal and Brendan was in a band called Past Caring (dark Latin-y/ Irish/ Chanson indie and appearing on“The Old Purple Tin” on Alabama 3’s first album Exile on Coldharbour Lane). But in the 90s acoustic guitars and violins didn’t fit with the dance music scene. Record companies said they loved the music but couldn’t see how they could sell it.

So Brendan got his musical kicks playing banjo and mandolin in Irish trad sessions, living in Barcelona for a year, hooking up with some local Flamenco players, and picked up what he could. From there to Caracas, Venezuela, where he became great friends with Joropo musicians and against a background of attempted coups, murder and social chaos they performed in a band,  Los Calabozenos. Those diverse influences still surface in all Brendan’s music.

After returning to London, he wrote for Brixton-based urban country band “The Messengers of God” when Larry approached him to co-write much of his first solo album Ghost Flight in 2006.

Brendan is always writing songs and playing music so when he and Larry decided to write a follow up album to Ghost Flight, they had over 30 songs to choose from – but for many reasons it took 7 years to finish the album. Life just gets in the way!

So, Larry and Brendan had written the songs for their new album. Now they needed to find a band.

Along came Doc Williams on bass, Owen If, another Brixton resident, the drummer for The Stereo MCs and also a great swing/ rock n roll drummer, brought his unique style to the band.

He also brought one of the best jobbing guitarists from that circuit Jeff Mead, with an array of fantastically shaped and coloured guitars and virtuoso lap steel playing that formed the perfect team.

Ladies and gentleman of the congregation – and all those in between, welcome to O’CONNELL & LOVE!

Ticket: £14.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 1st December

Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart, Gimp Mask

Joining PiL at John Lydon’s behest in 1978, the wild man of punk John Wardle was so named ‘JAH WOBBLE‘ by Sid Vicious after a drunken binge, and loaned him his first bass guitar.

A long-term obsession with dub and reggae combined with the D.I.Y. punk ethos led Wardle to create an original rock/reggae hybrid of his own; his distinctive ‘low end’ bass immediately put PiL on the map and became the backbone of the band, and debut album Public Image Limited included the band’s eponymous first Top 10 hit single.

After two magnificent albums, including the mighty Metal Box, Wardle became increasingly disillusioned by the music scene, politics of the band and a reluctance to play live, and eventually split from the band in mid-1980.

Over the past three decades or so, Jah Wobble has ploughed his own furrow as a prolific solo artist, as well as becoming a well-respected session musician, with a genuine passion for Eastern and Global music working with a diverse range of musicians, including Baaba Maal, Bjork, Primal Scream, Brian Eno, Sinead O’Connor, Julianne Regan, Dolores O’Riordan, Holgat Czukay, The Edge and Chaka Demus & Pliers.

Jah Wobble’s Invaders of the Heart released their debut album in 1990 and received a Mercury Music Prize nomination in 1991 for the ‘Rising above bedlam’ album. After the acclaimed ‘Take me to God’ album in 1994, Jah Wobble launched his own 30 Hertz record label which has subsequently released around 40 albums.

Having overcome his alcohol problem in the mid-eighties, Wardle is now a reformed character. His wild man days are now long behind him, and he is now a dedicated family man with a documented interest in spirituality, and in 2000 received a B.A in Music and Philosophy.

Until 2009 he wrote regular book reviews for the Independent on Sunday. Since then he has written book reviews for The Times newspaper. In 2008, accompanied by his wife Zi Lan Liao, he toured with a large group of Chinese performers (‘mask changers’ and dancers as well as musicians).

He also released an album that documented that project called ‘Chinese Dub’ which won the Songlines magazine world Music award. Also in 2008, he made a very well received radio documentary about his old friend Sid Vicious for BBC Radio 3.

In 2009, Serpents Tail published his acclaimed autobiography ‘Memoirs of a Geezer’. Since that time Wardle has made a ‘Japanese Dub’ album and a ‘Jah Wobble and the Modern Jazz Ensemble album. He has toured extensively with both projects. In 2011 he performed Glastonbury.

In 2011, Wobble collaborated with Julie Campbell, alias Warp Records artist LoneLady in a project called Psychic Life. The eponymous debut album Psychic Life was inspired by disco, post-punk and psychogeography, and released by Cherry Red Records on 14 November 2011. The album was well received and the single ‘Tightrope’ and its accompanying video prompted a warm response from critics and punters alike.

In early 2012 Jah Wobble briefly reunited with his old Pil sparring partner Keith Levine to perform ‘Metal Box In Dub’ . They played various european venues as well as Fuji Rock festival in July 2012. This was followed by the release of a four-song, eponymous EP. An album entitled Yin & Yang was released in November 2012.

Wobble has also collaborated with the British ambient group Marconi Union, the results of which were released as an album called Anomic on 30 Hertz records in June 2013. In October 2013, 30 Hertz Records released ‘Odds & Sods & Epilogues’ an illustrated book/CD of Jah Wobble’s poetry.

Can you afford to miss this legend in York? The answer, surely, is no…

Ticket: £18.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Thursday 22nd November

King No-One, Serotones, Follow The Giant

It’s been a good year for KING NO-ONE; not only did they sell over 7,000 tickets on two sold out tours to an ever growing insatiable fan base, but they were also the first unsigned band to play the Radio 1/ NME stage at Reading and Leeds.

‘One of the most successful unsigned bands of their genre’ – TMRW

‘Selling out red hot show after red hot show’ – Clash

‘Another stage of their ascent towards indie pop royalty’ – Getintothis

The band have had over 4 million streams on Spotify along with 20 plays across Radio 1, 6 music, Radio 2 and XFM – proving once again that King No-One are one of the most exciting and in demand new bands in the UK right now.

King No-One have taken the live scene by storm; from busking in the cold, rain drenched streets of the UK to exploding as one of the biggest live emerging act in the country. The March 2018 tour alone sold over 3,300 across just 7 shows – the largest being the 950 capacity Manchester Academy 2. An incredible feat for any unsigned act.

You know this must-see band, conquering even more hearts and minds, is going to sell out AGAIN – so early purchase is recommended!!

Ticket: £11.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Thursday 15th November

Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons, Leader Of Down

From three-plus decades as Motörhead’s axeman to being voted number 20 in the poll of Top 100 Welsh Heroes (comfortably beating JPR Williams, Roald Dahl and Sir Anthony Hopkins) to covering a Norweigian promoter in squirty cheese, PHIL CAMPBELL continues to live life to the fullest with guitar in hand and humour intact

Growing up admiring the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Tony Iommi and Jimmy Page, Campbell was playing professionally at the age of 13, bought his first Les Paul in 1973, and only 5 years later (in 1978!) he formed and spent several years gigging with popular heavy metal indie band Persian Risk. But… in Feb 1984 he auditioned for the vacant guitar slot in popular beat group Motörhead and ended up sharing guitar duties with fellow auditionee (and partner-in-cheap-laughs) Michael Würzel Burston.

In a 32 year Motörcareer which spanned three drummers, the departure of Würzel and the appearance of a horse on stage, Campbell was a major creative force and identity for the legendary rockers, selling millions of albums, filling dozens of passports and finding fun and games wherever he went.

With 16 studio albums under his belt, Campbell has co-written some of Motörhead’s most-loved songs, including “Orgasmatron”, “Going To Brazil” and “Rock Out”. In fact, since joining the band, Campbell has co-written 90% of Motörhead’s studio output.

He has also enjoyed various accolades, including 4 Grammy nominations and one Grammy win (in 2005), two Golden God awards from Metal Hammer magazine, a Kerrang! award, an official proclamation from the City of Los Angeles in August 2015, and a grand total of 16 speeding fines. Bear in mind that Phil is also El Presedente of the Campbell Comedy Corporation.

Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons, features Campbell alongside his three sons Todd (guitar), Dane (drums), Tyla (bass) and complemented by vocalist Neil Starr. Awesome show!

Ticket: £17.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Tuesday 27th November

Geoff Tate’s Operation Mindcrime (30th Anniversary) Live! + Till Death Do Us Part

Ex-Queensryche front man GEOFF TATE’S OPERATION MINDCRIME band have announced a return to UK stages this November/December after an extensive tour earlier this year (celebrating the 30th anniversary of the classic Queensryche album ‘Operation Mindcrime’) pretty much sold out everywhere.

This time around, Geoff and his band – supported by his daughter Emily’s excellent outfit TILL DEATH DO US PART – will play places they missed out first time around.

One of the greatest singers in rock and metal, German-born Geoff Tate was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1959 with his family relocating to Tacoma, Washington shortly after his birth. His first band was a cover band called Tyrant and after they split up, he hooked up with progressive band Babylon.

While in Babylon, Geoff was asked to sing with a cover band called The Mob (who would later become Queensrÿche) and after Babylon broke up, Geoff performed a few live shows with The Mob. Following this, another progressive metal band, Myth, lured him as both lead vocalist and keyboardist before The Mob came back into his life in 1981 when they wanted him to help them record a demo tape.

The Mob worked with Geoff to write the song “The Lady Wore Black” and the band produced a demo of 4 songs, which would become the bands first EP later released on their own label called 206 records.

Geoff and the band decided to change the name of the group to Queensryche and were subsequently signed to EMI Records in the summer of 1983. They recorded six full length albums for the label including ‘Rage For Order’ in 1986, their career defining ‘Operation: Mindcrime’ in 1988 and it’s multi-platinum follow up, ‘Empire’ in 1990.

After leaving Queensrÿche in 2012, Geoff started a project called ‘Operation: Mindcrime, named for his critically acclaimed concept album, and re-invented himself with his Operation Mindcrime band mates, going on to produce three inter-connected albums, ‘The Key’ in 2015 followed by ‘Resurrection’ in 2016 and the final piece of the puzzle, ‘The New Reality’, being released in 2017.

CLASSIC SHOW! Tickets on sale now!

Ticket: £17.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Saturday 26th January

Absolute Bowie – 50 Years Of Bowie (8pm start)

There’s a reason why this show gets busier and busier every year. It’s amazing… Over to Woody Woodmansey (Spiders from Mars) – “Absolutely wicked. As one who was there, watching ABSOLUTE BOWIE put me back there again. For anyone who missed it or fans who want to relive it I definitely recommend it. As close to the real thing that you’ll get. Enjoy!”

Presenting a journey through fifty years of David Bowie’s evolving image showing all his best-loved personas in all their glory, and performing all of the Starman’s greatest hits plus album tracks from David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars, Heroes, Aladdin Sane, Hunky Dory and Young Americans through to Heathen, Outside, Reality, Earthling and Blackstar.

Absolute Bowie take audiences on a trip with this brand new and unique concert featuring two long sets and more costume changes than any other show. A true extravaganza of the wonder that is Bowie’s work.

Featuring the incredible vocals of John O’Neill as David Bowie, with Chris Buratti on guitar, Fabio Cashio on bass, Alex Paollilo on keyboards, Alessandro Ricardi on drums and Fiona Asbury on saxophone.

The band have toured the UK and Europe for the past 9 years performing the hits of Bowie with their energetic (and theatrical!) stage show and look to take things to the highest level with this huge new show. Prepare to be taken from A to Z (Absolute Beginners to Ziggy!) with Stations to Station in between.

Sample set list:

Watch That Man
The Jean Genie
Suffragette City
Changes
The Man Who Sold The World
Life On Mars
Starman
Space Oditty

Stay
Young Americans
Absolute Beginners
Sorrow
China Girl
Modern Love
Ashes To Ashes
Let’s Dance
Rebel Rebel
Heroes

Reality
Afraid
New Killer Star
Never Get Old
Look Back In Anger
Little Wonder
Sons of the Silent Age
Slip Away
Hallo Spaceboy
Blackstar

Ticket: £15.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14++

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Friday 2nd November

Glamour Of The Kill, Our Hollow Our Home, State Of Anxiety, InVisions

GLAMOUR OF THE KILL ARE BACK...

On hiatus since 2015, the boys are back with a new album, Resurrection, and returning to their home town with the original line-up, and one of a very limited number of European shows in 2018 so get those tickets while you can!

Drawing from a deep well of hard-driving music, rebelling against the restrictive “rules” of nitpicking subgenres, Glamour Of The Kill have always raised flags high for the party vibe of ‘80s hair metal and the soaring energy of today’s more aggressive vanguard of sound.

The rampaging gallop of Maiden, the party rock of Sunset Strip, the twin guitars of Thin Lizzy; it all comes together as their own unique sound. Energised pop and crunching metal, big riffs and even BIGGER choruses.

Here’s a band with theatrical live shows and massive worldwide tours alongside Papa Roach and Escape The Fate under their belt; always paying attention to musicianship but never losing the party atmosphere…

Delighted to welcome them back to Fibbs – this is going to be huge seller, don’t hang around to get your ticket.

Ticket: £15.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 24th November

Nashville Pussy, The Idol Dead

BLOODY AMAZED TO GET THIS BAND TO YORK… Go mutherfucker GO! There are few bands that embody the phrase “sex, drugs AND rock ‘n’ roll” as well as Grammy-nominated American hard rock act NASHVILLE PUSSY.

Blaine Cartwright is the Bon Scott of his generation with his ‘nursery rhymes for prisoners’ style of lyrics.

Blaine’s wife Ruyter Suys is the Angus Young of women.

Together they create 100 proof no holds barred, no apology rock ‘n’ roll.

This shit ain’t for pussies…

Ticket: £15.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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