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Friday 1st November

Holy Moly & The Crackers

HOLY MOLY & THE CRACKERS make riotous party music for the masses. Their upcoming third album, ‘Take A Bite’ (released April 5th 2019 on the band’s own Pink Lane Records), is concise, passionate take on folk, blues and indie rock. The sound of a band who have been searching and experimenting for several years; arriving at a place where they can say,”This who we are and this is where we want to go”.

Formed in Newcastle in 2011, the group began as little more than a laugh, an excuse to busk through some foot-stomping folk pop. They developed from a four piece to a six piece, with Ruth Patterson on vocals/fiddle, Conrad Bird on vocals/guitar/trumpet, Rosie Bristow on accordion, Nick Tyler on electric guitar, Jamie Shields on bass and Tommy Evans on drums/backing vocals. “When we started out we were a real ragtag folk band”, Conrad sayS, “we want to tell a different story now.”

“All roads lead to the stage’, Conrad continues, :The arguing, the loving, the making, the listening – it boils down into one manic, riotous party. That’s where we connect with the audience and with each other and that’s what we’re all about.” It’s an all-systems-go mentality. “We’ve arrived at a place here, with this album, where we can start the journey that we want to be on. This is who we are now; this is what we’re doing.”

On sale now for a full-on party…

Ticket: £12.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Friday 7th June

The Bluetones, Skylights

Presented here by Under The Influence, THE BLUETONES make a welcome return to York Fibbers!

The West London quartet, fronted by the enigmatic Mark Morriss, were a huge part of the Brit Pop era and still have an army of followers worldwide. An impressive run of hit singles included ‘Bluetonic’, ‘Slight Return’, ‘Marblehead Johnson’, ‘Solomon Bites The Worm’, ‘If’ and ‘Keep the Fires Burning’.

Mark Morriss, Adam Devlin, Scott Morriss and Eds Chesters on drums scored thirteen Top 40 singles and three UK Top 10 albums. Glastonbury, Top Of The Pops, you name it…. The Bluetones did the lot and toured with everyone from Radiohead to Bruce Hornsby & The Range.


Finally, after playing more than 10,000 shows in more than seventy three countries, they’re back for more, promising a sensational set of shows as they plunder their incredible body of work one more time, playing their most popular songs.

If you miss them this time, it may be a lifetime before you get another chance.

Ticket: £22.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14

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Friday 14th June

Serotones, Pavilion, Flooded, Azeri

Well, this is just blatantly another big old Fibbers sell out ain’t it. Such a pleasure to see guitar music, and especially in York, busting the doors again.

Welcome back SEROTONES for their fourth headliner here, the first of which pulled five hundred mad indie/rock fans – what an atmosphere, and we’re pretty sure this one is going to get close to if not actually sell out altogether.

Great bunch of supports too – BE HERE EARLY!

Ticket: £6.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14

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Friday 11th October

Proud Mary

“I remember early spring, I remember everything…

“A lesson in songwriting’ – Noel Gallagher; “A classic rock ‘n’ roll band” – Caleb Followill, Kings of Leon.

It’s early Spring 2001 and PROUD MARY burst on the scene with debut singles Very Best Friend and All Good Things, the first of a raft of infectious material from opening album The Same Old Blues produced by Noel Gallagher in just ten days and released on his own Sour Mash label. Support slots with Oasis, Neil Young, The Stereophonics, Paul Weller and Ocean Colour Scene quickly followed.

“If you like swaggering scarf-waver tunes with vast choruses and singers who sound like they swallow red-hot pokers, you’ve found your Holy Grail” – The Guardian

“Imagine a bastard son of Bob Dylan fronting the Verve (but with a better slide guitarist) and surely you’re already in the shop” (Evening Standard)

Singer Greg Griffin’s vocals left you with hairs standing on the back of your neck and Paul Newsome’s song writing was so touching and personal that you almost felt part of the songs themselves.

Second album Love and Light included the indie chart hit Mexico and features contributions from Andy Rourke (The Smiths) and Gordon Raphael (The Strokes).

Since they first started out a lot has changed in the world of Proud Mary, what has stayed strong is the powerful nucleus of Paul and Greg. 

More recently Paul has toured Europe as main support for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds as well as appearing in the same bands 2 videos and Greg set up a USA based band project Midnight Clergy, releasing 2017 a 2017 debut album ‘ONE’ in  collaboration with Marc Ford of The Black Crowes

Bloody LOVE this band…

Ticket: £12.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14

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Saturday 21st September

Definitely Oasis

Regarded by many fans and promoters as the best Oasis tribute band there is, DEFINITELY OASIS regularly sell out top class venues across the UK and were recently the first ever tribute band to sell out Glasgow’s iconic Garage – quite an achievement when you consider only three years ago the band played their first ever show to less than fifty people…

“Everything we do as a band is all about what the fans want to see and hear and a lot of hard work goes on in the background making sure we look and sound are bang on!” they say.

With the real Oasis on an extended break, this is the next best thing and Definitely Oasis do an amazing job of keeping the music alive setting the bar high by re-creating the look, sound and feel of an Oasis gig that fans come to expect.

The only Oasis tribute with both Liam and Noel sound-alikes and a current set list that includes Turn Up The Sun, Morning Glory, Columbia Shakermaker, Bring It On Down, Slide Away, Four Letter Word, She’s Electric, Lyla, Some Might Say, Supersonic, Roll With It, Whatever, Wonderwall, Meaning Of Soul, Rock N Roll Star, Live Forever, My Generation, Talk Tonight, Half The World Away, Lock All The Doors, Don’t Look Back In Anger, Champagne Supernova and Cigarettes & Alcohol.

Ticket: £10.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14+

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Friday 28th June

The Orb – 30th Anniversary Tour

One of history’s most pioneering dance acts THE ORB bring Part 2 of their 30th Anniversary on to the road delivering a career-spanning 30th Anniversary Greatest Hits set which stretches back as far as 1991’s ‘The Orb’s Adventured Beyond The Ultraworld’ all the way to the newest release, 2018’s ‘No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds’.

Hot off the back of Part 1 of their tour, which completely sold out, now is your chance to throwback to the 90’s!

File under ambient house, chill, dub and techno!

The Orb are an act still very much at the top of their game thirty years on – you know what to do, on sale this Friday!

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

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Thursday 10th October

Walter Trout w/ special guest Dan Patlansky

WALTER TROUT‘s back story is a page-turner you won’t want to put down. Five decades in the making; it is equal parts thriller, romance, suspense and horror.

There are musical fireworks, critical acclaim and fists-aloft triumph, offset by wilderness years and brushes with the jaws of narcotic oblivion.

There are feted early stints as gunslinger in bands from John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers to Canned Heat, and the solo career that’s still blazing a quarter-century later. The veteran bluesman has seen and done it all – plays earth shattering blues rock music.

And what an awesome support act! In only a little over a decade, DAN PATLANSKY has become one of the busiest and most respected blues artists to ever come out of South Africa.

After his debut album which garnered Dan a reputation as a blues-phenomenon, and his subsequent “Readers Choice” vote as “Best Blues Guitarist in Southern Africa”, Dan’s second album was released by EMI on the famed Blue Note label.

Dan is one of the only South Africans to ever achieve “Blue Note” status and one of only six Fender endorsed guitarists in South Africa. Dan Patlansky, #1 Blues Rock Album 2016 by Blues Rock Review.

Tickets are going to fly out for this – early purchase recommended!

Ticket: £25.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Friday 25th October

Live/Wire – the AC/DC show (starts 7.45pm)

LIVE/WIRE is The AC/DC Show – a hugely successful and unique six-man tribute to rock music’s greatest band, complete with cannons, a wall of Marshalls and over two hours of High Voltage Rock ‘n’ Roll in a show critically acclaimed for its closeness in look and sound to the real thing.

THIS SHOW IS ALWAYS RAMMED – EARLY PURCHASE ADVISABLE!!

Both Bon (Dave) and Brian (Podge) are present on the Rock and Roll train for a night to remember and with the rhythm section ‘locked in’ the freedom of the stage and the music is given to Simon as Angus Young who gives an uncanny performance with meticulous detail in appearance, energy and playing.

The band aim to put you slap bang in the middle of the show with hit after hit, and you are expected to join in… and there’ll also be one or two gems thrown in for the aficionados!

All the classics, Back in Black, Rosie, Highway To Hell are all there, and the songs keep on coming until the cannons fire ceremoniously to bring the evening to a superb crescendo.

If by this time you are still standing… we salute you! Long Live AC/DC, Long Live LIVE/WIRE!!

Ticket: £16.00 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14

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Saturday 1st June

Everly Pregnant Brothers

Powerhouse of parody fuelled on best bitter, pork pies and raucous gigs regularly playing to sell out crowds in their native South Yorkshire – and EVERLY PREGNANT BROTHERS are rapidly growing a UK cult following!

Formed after a drunken dare by Pete Mckee and Richard Bailey in 2009, the success of which prompted the the pair to draft in a bunch of disparate chaps who had three things in common:

1. The love of beer
2. Ukuleles
3. Having a laugh

Frontman ‘Big’ Shaun Doane sets the tone and drives proceedings forward with a huge vocal performance and wicked renditions of music classics – This Chip Pan’s On Fire // Dunt Tha Want Mi // Stuck In The Lidl With You // No Oven No Pie and lots more!

A national treasure in their native Sheffield the Brothers playful tampering of classic songs has won them friends and fans far and wide and 2019 marks their 10th Anniversary. And celebrating the Brethren with a series of special performances across the UK.

For fans of Lancashire Hotpots and Hayseed Dixie!

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

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Friday 17th May

The Stone Foundation

When Paul Weller wants to produce and play on your album alongside the likes of other guests Mick Talbot, Steve White and The Average White Band’s Hamish Stuart (and Paul Weller has been known to join in live – WATCH IT HERE!) you kinda know you’ve got something going on…

Midlands-based THE STONE FOUNDATION have perfected that sweet soul vibe but with added harder and heavier funk honed by extensive touring, including headline shows at Shepherds Bush Empire and a storming set at Glastonbury.

Bassist Neil Sheasby says: “In recent years I’ve heard a lot of records with great grooves but there’s no song, the message and melodies were still key to the records creation. To me latest album ‘Everyone Anyone’ sounds like a very cohesive collection of tunes, a body of work that hangs well as a complete album. The next natural step for Stone Foundation”

Singer and guitarist Neil Jones adds “We wanted to make tunes that would unite people no matter what their background or beliefs may be and also for the first time in a while explore topics closer to home that effect us all, such as family, loss and finding comfort in some of the darker times we all face. It was important we made the sound harder and heavier and ultimately funkier and to me these 11 tracks sound like 8 musicians maturing and developing as players (with a little help from some good friends)”

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

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Saturday 18th May

The Christians (on stage 8.30pm)

Renowned for an endless string of soulful yet socially aware hits… Forgotten Town, Ideal World, Born Again, Harvest for the World, Whats in a Word, Hooverville, Words, Father, The Bottle and many more THE CHRISTIANS enjoyed huge worldwide acclaim in the late 80s and early 90s, and often confused people with their band name (in fact just the brothers surname with absolutely no religious connotation!).

Still headed by enigmatic lead singer Garry Christian (who very much deserves the Daily Mirror’s description, ‘One of the finest voices in pop’) who has only gained in vocal stature (and wit) over the years.

The band are enjoying a revival currently touring successfully in the UK and Europe, and with a brand new soulful ten-track album entitled ‘WE’ the band have reflected on life issues (loss, breakups and just the struggles of life).

Come and find out why Chris Evans said, ‘The best gig I’ve ever been to’.

Ticket: £22.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

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Friday 13th September

Creedence Clearwater Review

The UK’s premier tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival, one of America’s greatest bands who, despite their relatively short career, left an enduring legacy of classic songs written and sung by lead guitarist, singer and songwriter John Fogerty.

Creedence’s biggest songs, Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Fortunate Son and Have You Ever Seen The Rain all get the treatment as well as their covers of classics like I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Midnight Special and Susie Q.

Capturing the feel, sound and atmosphere of the original songs, CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIEW pack all the hits and more into two hours plus of rootsy, swampy, bluesy and sometimes country flavoured rock and roll.

FROM THE CLASSIC CCR SOUND OF THE BAYOU COUNTRY, GREEN RIVER, WILLY & THE POOR BOYS AND COSMOS FACTORY, RIGHT THROUGH TO THE PRESENT DAY WITH JOHN FOGERTY’S HITS FROM CENTREFIELD, BLUE MOON SWAMP AND MANY MORE..

There’s audience involvement, singalongs and plenty of rousing choruses to join in on the Review’s authentic and power packed tribute the Creedence legacy. There’s also a nod to John Fogerty’s solo career in the show, with songs like Almost Saturday Night, Hot Rod Heart and of course Rockin’ All Over The World.

Dale Taylor takes up the role of John Fogerty on guitar and vocals, which is no easy task considering Fogerty’s power and range. However he fulfils the lead spot, delivering the same rawness and energy of the original performances, backed up with a solid and experienced band who stick as closely to the album tracks as possible.

Performing a range of CCR material consisting of all of their biggest, classic hits, album tracks and wonderful obscurities, Creedence Clearwater Review will take you on a nostalgia trip you won’t want to miss.

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

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Saturday 12th October

Motörheadache

Top class authentic tribute MOTORHEADACHE to the late, great Lemmy Kilmister and 40 yrs of Motorhead featuring lifelong Motörhead fan Rob Campbell on Rickenbacker bass and vocals, capturing the essence of Lemmy in voice, stage clothes and that grinding mid-range bass sound.

Rob plays a custom built Rickenbastard made By Lemmy’s own luthier, and fitted with the pickups and tuners removed from Lemmy’s own Rickenbastard when it was serviced. Rob also has a custom Lemmy ‘Murder One’ Marshall Super Bass wired to the same specification as Lemmy’s and two Marshall 4×15 cabs with 4×12 cabs either side of the stage.

Motörheadache tour the UK and Europe extensively – this is not a pub band! – including prestige festival and biker rally dates.

After showcase O2 Academy shows as part of the band’s “The Curse Still Rings True” tour, Motörheadache headlined the Lemmy Dutch Memorial concert in Amsterdam.

Expect lots of Fast Eddie Clarke-era tunes, regarded by many Motörheadbangers as the classic era from 1975 to 1982, including Ace of Spades / Bomber / Overkill / Iron Fist / The Hammer / Damage Case and the thunderous Motörhead – the last song Lemmy wrote for Hawkwind and the one that gave his new band its name.

Expect, also, material from ’83 to 2015; also Brian Robertson’s short stint and the ’84 re-launch as a four piece with Wurzel and Phil Campbell on guitars and finally, the longstanding Lemmy, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee era from 1995 to 2015 – Killed by Death / In the Name of Tragedy / Sacrifice / Ramones / Burner and Victory or Die from the last studio outing, Bad Magic.

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

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Saturday 23rd November

Nine Below Zero – ‘Are We There Yet? 40th Anniversary Tour’

One of the UK’s finest R’n’B bands, NINE BELOW ZERO, formed in 1979 and named themselves after the famous Sonny Boy Williamson song.

In 1980 they signed to A&M Records, released the seminal “Live at the Marquee” album and by the end of that year had moved from selling out the Marquee to selling out the Hammersmith Odeon.

Their first studio album 1981’s “Don’t Point Your Finger” saw the band appearances on the Old Grey Whistle Test and the South Bank show.

A year later, they appeared on “The Young Ones” with the track “Eleven + Eleven” before releasing arguably their finest album “Third Degree” which features such tracks as “Wipe Away Your Kiss” & “You Can’t Say Yes And You Can’t Say No”. The album’s iconic image was taken by none other than David Bailey.

Nine Below Zero have shared stages over the years with Chuck Berry, The Kinks, The Who, Eric Clapton, & Squeeze.

Ticket: £17.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7pm
Age: 14+

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Saturday 5th October

UK Foo Fighters – Banging On The Ceiling Tour (show starts 8pm)

As UK FOO FIGHTERS embarked on their 10th Anniversary Tour, they found themselves at the centre of a BBC documentary (watch it here) celebrating Tribute in homage to Glastonbury’s 2017 headliners, Foo Fighters.

Another milestone in a long list of epic achievements, placing them firmly amongst tribute’s elite to arguably one of the biggest rock bands of the last two decades.

Featured in Classic Rock, Rolling Stone, Kerrang, NME, Q, MOJO and Planet Rock magazines, their meteoric rise continues in 2019 with the ‘Banging on the Ceiling Tour’, a name inspired by Foo Fighters 9th studio album ‘Concrete and Gold’.

Piling through hit after hit, the band performs set lists containing all the classics – such as ‘Everlong’ and ‘Best of You’ alongside brand new material from the Foo’s new album ‘Concrete and Gold’ including ‘Run’, ‘The Sky is a Neighborhood’ and ‘La Dee Da’.

Absolutely nailing the true vibe of a Foo live experience, and all performed down to the closest detail making it a truly unmissable show for any Foo Fighters fan.

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

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