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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

#review @nikkershaw @Sage_gateshead 17/9/17

Review: An Evening With Nik Kershaw 
at The Sage, Gateshead 17/09/2017

Nik Kershaw has written a lot of songs. Despite a break in recording for a decade, he was always writing for someone. He’s also got a lot of stories and a self-deprecating sense of humour. He easily filled the two-and-a-half hours with tunes and chat and had the sold-out Hall 2 of the Sage enraptured. Taking advantage of the perfect sound conditions in the hall, and armed with a loop pedal, guitar and computer, Nik put on a superb show. Synced video added to the visual experience with three screens behind Nik showing appropriate footage. For The Riddle Nik sang in perfect time to the 1984 video, which was impressive. Nik played songs from a number of his albums and gave an explanation for the origin of most of them. The crowd happily joined in with clapping and singing along to the big hits. This is a highly recommended night out. 

Monday, 18 September 2017

Winner of #evenbetterthantherealthing @belindadavids comes to #newcastle @cityH4ll on 13/04/2018 #ebttrt


The Winner of BBC One’s primetime show ‘Even Better Than The Real Thing’.

Tickets available NOW for 2018 UK concert tour, with the 30-piece National Philharmonic Concert Orchestra

Belinda Davids, winner of BBC One’s ‘Even Better Than The Real Thing’ is to star in a nationwide UK tour next year in a glittering, glamorous and glowing tribute to the Queen of Pop herself, Whitney Houston. Coming to City Hall in Newcastle on 13 April, this is a joyous celebration of her life and work; The Greatest Love Of All: The Whitney Houston Show spans the legend’s extraordinary 40-year career with a smash-hit show featuring Belinda’s flawless vocals, a 30-piece orchestra and a troupe of dancers. 

Crowned as the winner of BBC One’s talent search for the best tribute act in the UK, Belinda Davids is no stranger to being the best of the best. In 2012, she auditioned against over 15,000 hopefuls from all over the world to play the part of her idol, Whitney Houston in a new show designed to showcase her incredible legacy. The show opened to critical acclaim and has since toured the globe.

A lifelong fan of the global superstar, Belinda first heard her voice at the age of 8, on her brother’s LP of Hold Me by Whitney Houston and Teddy Pendergrass. She was hooked, and this started a love affair that would last a lifetime, and would eventually lead to her starring role in the show, a dazzling spectacle of pop at its finest.

This brand-new show a smashing showcase of ‘The Voice’ at her finest with over two hours of show-stopping Whitney classics including hits such as I’m Every Woman, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, How Will I Know and I Will Always Love You, this is a remarkable tribute to the pop icon featuring the National Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, multiple fabulous costume changes and an amazing team of dancers.

The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show plays Newcastle City Hall on Fri 13 Apr 2018 Tickets are £35.00 and can be purchased at  or from the Theatre Royal Box office on 08448 11 21 21 (Calls cost 7ppm plus your phone company’s access charge).

#ONTOUR @JordanAllenUK including playing #Hull @PolarBearHull and @WeareThinkTank #newcastle





"Confident, cool, catchy."
- Chris Hawkins, BBC 6 Music

"Sharp lyrics, great attitude and a seemingly unstoppable momentum behind him"
- Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music

Today, JORDAN ALLEN are delighted to announce to you their first ever headline UK tour; a run that also promises some of their biggest shows to date.

Getting a taster for what surely lies ahead, the news comes as the four piece from Bolton prepare to show the 2500 strong crowd of Manchester Academy what they’re made of this very evening (15 Sept). Supporting northern compadres The Sherlocks for one last time in 2017 after a spate of shows together earlier this year, Jordan and co. now set their sights on the centre stage for their own Winter shows.

Kicking off in Preston on the 30th November and taking in a total of 16 dates from there on, the band will be also be heading to the likes of Glasgow, Hull, Birmingham, Cambridge, Southampton, London and more. Proceedings wind up in their native north west, with tickets for the Manchester and Liverpool dates expected to sell like hot cakes. Tickets are on sale Monday (18th Nov) at 6 PM - available from:

Notching up sets at major festivals the likes of Tramlines and Dot To Dot, having a blast on the road with The Sherlocks, not to mention having their track “110 Ways to Make Things Better” voted by the public as the #1 anthem of Virgin Radio’s Freshfest as picked from 1000’s of entries - it’s already been quite the year. Making waves early on in 2017 with their triumphant and touching ‘Livin’ La Vida Bolton’ charity EP, the band hint we can expect new material to be released from them very soon.

On the Winter tour Jordan Allen will also be joined by friends and local talent, with each night promising a rotating showcase of top flight new artists.  Some of the more regular fixtures for the tour include Devon rockers SEVEN CITIES who are currently putting the finishing touches to their latest EP, plus electrifying and enigmatic Scottish outfit REAL LIFE ENTERTAINMENT fresh from their crowning victory as winners of The Pogues Whiskey: Shot At Discovery’s five month search for the UK’s next big rock band. See dates and details below.


15 Sept - Manchester -Academy (w/ The Sherlocks)

Winter Headline Dates

30 Nov - Preston - The Ferret 
01 Dec - Leicester - The Cookie
02 Dec - Plymouth - The Underground @
03 Dec - Brighton - Sticky Mikes @
05 Dec - Hull - Polar Bear *
06 Dec - Newcastle - Think Tank *
07 Dec - Glasgow - The Garage *
08 Dec - Leeds - The Chapel
09 Dec - Birmingham - Sunflower Lounge @ 
10 Dec - Cambridge - Portland Arms @
11 Dec - Norwich - Waterfront @
12 Dec - Bristol  -Crofter’s Rights @
13 Dec -Southampton - Joiners Live @
14 Dec - London - Camden Assembly @
15 Dec - Manchester - Ruby Lounge @
16 Dec - Liverpool Studio 2 @

* Real Life Entertainment
@ Seven Cities

Tickets will be available at 6PM on Monday 18th September from:


Sunday, 17 September 2017

#gigreview Great EP Launch for @PicnicbandUK @O2Academynew #photos

Review: Picnic EP Launch
 at O2 Academy 16/9/2017

With fantastic support from a trio of superb bands Picnic had to be something special to be the headliners. St Buryan, Post Rome and Peace Frog are all headliner material themselves. So this made for a great night out at the O2.

Picnic, a 7 piece jazz-influenced pop band from Sunderland, have a new EP out called Nothing to Write Home About which turns out to be false modesty as they are rather good! Joyful jazzy pop with changing time signatures and funky rhythms had the audience dancing and my foot tapping. Starting with Bill You Murray Me and then Madame Butterly the band showed their syncopated unique style. Someone at the gig mentioned 90s Acid Jazz? I’m not sure. 45 To Go was a particularly catchy pop number from the EP. The pace was disrupted nicely by a slower number Everything Nothing. The sheer size of the band and variety of instruments including piano and brass make every song a big production. Fronted by cheerful Robyn Walker, the band is perfect festival fodder. I get the impression they have the requisite number of sandwiches for a Picnic, and are headed for success. 

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

#ontour @DannytheChamp coming to @gatesheadLibs #CaedmonHall on Saturday night





Here come Danny & The Champions Of The World with album number 6 - writing themselves large, giving themselves the space and taking the time to deliver a magnum opus.

With Brilliant Light Danny Wilson has made his All Things Must Pass - a big record of hit after hit stretching over two albums plus a further bonus set of instrumentals. ‘Swift Street’ is the first song to be shared from ‘Brilliant Light’.

Listen to “Swift Street” here:

Producer and bass player Chris Clarke says outright it’s the best record the band has come up with so far while for Danny it’s: 

“a bit like taking a peek into somebody’s house, there’s great stuff that immediately grabs your attention and then there’s other stuff and you start out thinking it might be a bit mundane, but as the whole picture takes shape it proves to be incredibly beautiful”

That’s typical Danny Wilson a brave stab at modesty but far too honest to sell himself short. He and his band are already much loved for their whole-hearted openness their democracy and their sheer joy in what they do. They’re going to be loved too for this record. Very soon Brilliant Light will be the soundtrack to an awful lot of people’s lives and that is no small achievement.

‘Swift Street’ is deeply personal to Danny George Wilson who co-wrote the song with Polly Paulusma and Carra Bacon. Inspired by three family photographs Swift Street in Melbourne Australia is where Danny’s mother grew up and where in childhood he stayed with his grandparents. The song is near-Proustian in its recall of smells and tastes of past days.

 He’s allowed both himself and his band the absolute freedom to explore experiment and collaborate - and they’ve grabbed it with both hands.Hidden away somewhere in this diverse collection you’ll find the question “can we release ourselves back into the brilliant light?”. For Danny the brilliant light is creativity, but more than that it’s collaborative creativity, and the process of birthing these songs, both by design and then serendipity, has been to maximise the creative potential of all The Champs. 

The band embark on a UK tour in September:-



12 - LEEDS Brudenell
15 - MANCHESTER Soup Kitchen
16 - GATESHEAD Caedmon Hall
18 - BRISTOL Lantern
19 - CAMBRIDGE Junction 2
20 - LONDON Scala
21 - CARDIFF Globe
22 - OXFORD Bullingdon

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Monday, 11 September 2017

#REVIEW @DaveStewart BRASSTASTIC #homecoming birthday gig @sundempire went down a storm!

A Brasstastic Birthday Homecoming for 
Dave Stewart

As the audience liked to remind us. Dave Stewart is “One of Ours”. Having never played Sunderland since he was a fresh faced 17-year-old, Stewart decided to play Ringmaster to a fantastic show celebrating his musical career and his 65th birthday, at the Sunderland Empire.

Known as the “Ringmaster” for his diversely populated stages, Dave handpicked the support including 3 superb young bands. Picnic were a lively female fronted 8-piece with brass section. Their complex rhythms, syncopated structures brought to mind a combination of Big Country with a hint of math rock. I can see these getting snapped up for festivals.

Lilliput brought the power pop with close harmony vocals and insightful lyrics. They have a big sound bolstered by 3 guitars and a piano. With the 90s style fashion making a comeback, why not magical guitar pop in the vein of Jellyfish, David Devant and His Spirit Wife, and our own more recent local power pop merchant Toxic Melons? We approve!

Another quick changeover, for which the technical team should be applauded, and Social Room took to the stage. A genuinely talented local band with strong melody and solid vocals the band add sweeping synths for superb catchy tunes. Social Room evidently already have a good following already judging from the audience response. The Sunderland-inspired song SR7 brought to mind Robbie Williams (in a good way) and The Who, a cracking tune indeed. The band exhibit powerful song writing mirroring that of the superb This Ground Moves from Newcastle. By rights. This band should be all over the charts. Meanwhile catch them if you can in gigs around the northeast.

Before Dave Stewart took to the stage we are treated to a lovely rendition of City By The Sea by Lake Poets’ Martin Longstaff. Short story cut even shorter: Martin was picked up by Dave Stewart and had his 2014 album Honest Hearts recorded in the Nashville Blackbird Studios. Dave Stewart clearly believes in nurturing young talent.

After a tightly packed support lineup, Dave Stewart emerged with a full Nashville band, backing singers (who stepped ably into Annie’s shoes at several points) and a lot of rhinestones. Focussing first on his blues rock repertoire (though Eurythmics songs are largely blues based if you listen), we were treated to a massive version of Magic In The Blues: a story of a decade in reverse ending with meeting Annie Lennox. 

The night was a rare opportunity to here Eurythmic songs played live with more live instruments and vocals than I ever have before. Here Comes The Rain Again with blues guitar and Jealousy with added steel guitar were a real treat. Dave has written under pseudonym for other stars. Old Habits Die Hard had the vocal talents of Matty from Social Room in place of Mick Jagger,and Razorlight’s Johnny Borrell stepped in for Tom Petty in a great vocal and guitar performance for Don’t Come Around Here No More. Another fantastic surprise was when a grand piano was wheeled out and Diane Birch launched into a fantastic duet with Dave and the band before bringing a whole new sound to There Must Be An Angel Playing With My Heart. It simmered and boiled over into a full band epic performance.

Fresh from the Great North Run, Broadway and West End star Ryan Molloy led a blistering version of Thorn In My Side, and got the audience singing along.
Dave Stewart peppered the evening with stories of his days growing up in Sunderland, lamented the passing of industry and hailed the cultural future of the city. Martin Longstaff returned to the stage along with the Easington Colliery Band for a truly beautiful rendition of When The Day Goes Down.

After a break and costume change we had Would I Lie to You, a groovy funky big band version of the original. And for an amazing encore everyone including the brass band returned to the stage for Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This). The stage could not have taken much more talent! The audience rose to their feet and the classic pop tune took on a life of its own with the audience and all the musicians giving it their all. A truly amazing homecoming for Dave Stewart-don’t leave it so long next time marra!

Coming to @weareTHINKTANK #newcastle @howiepaynemusic Mon 16/10







HOWIE PAYNE has announced details of his long-awaited new album ‘Mountain’, to be released on October 27th on Full Stack Records and a headline UK tour to coincide with the release.

The new album, The Stands’ frontman’s first since his 2009 Ethan Johns-produced debut ‘Bright Light Ballads’, contains the recent Radio X playlisted single ‘The Brightest Star’ plus new track ‘High Times’, which is available as an instant grat with album pre-orders from 

‘Mountain’ was recorded at London’s State of The Ark Studios during the last week of July 2017 before being mixed and mastered in Los Angeles.

"I think 'Mountain' is my best record so far,” says Howie.“It’s got a mellow vibe but the songs are rooted in real life which gives it some weight and a bit of edge’. 

“We recorded it in just four days, and pretty much live, during one of the hottest weeks of the year, and you can hear it in the sound, like the voltage is heavier, and the air is thicker in the silence between the instruments. Most of the tracks were recorded in just a few takes - we'd never played them together before but the band were just really on it. We'd run through a song once or twice, get the sounds up and then play it until we got a version that sparked. I did 'Bright Light Ballads' the same way and I really dug how after you do a take you can listen to the song right then, with the singing and everything. I've made records where I've built it up from a zillion parts, and it's cool, but I went at this one live because there's something different about the feel you get into the songs when everyone’s playing and singing at the same time, you know."

Listen to ‘High Times’ on Soundcloud‘ or The Brightest Star’ on Soundcloud, Spotify or iTunes

In October Howie will embark on a headline UK tour. The set will feature songs by The Stands, songs from ‘Bright Light Ballads’, plus Howie will premiere the new songs from ‘Mountain’. The ten-date tour starts at Liverpool Buyers Club on October 12th and culminates with a show at The Borderline in London on October 28th. 


    1.    Quick as the Moon

    2.    All of These Things

    3.    Some Believer Sweet Dreamer

    4.    The Brightest Star 

    5.    Holding On

    6.    After Tonight

    7.    Thoughts on Thoughts

    8.    Hold Steady the Wire

    9.    High Times

    10.    Evangeline (Los Angeles)

All Songs written by Howie Payne

Produced by Howie Payne & Dom Monks

Mixed and Mastered by John Paterno 

Formats: Vinyl LP, CD, Digital


Thurs 12th         Liverpool - Buyers Club

Fri 13th         Leeds - Belgrave Music Hall

Sat 14th         Glasgow - Hug & Pint

Mon 16th          Newcastle - Think Tank

Fri 20th          Birmingham - Actress & Bishop

Sat 21st          Nottingham - Bodega

Sun 22nd         Leicester The Cookie

Mon 23rd         Oxford - The Bullingdon

Wed 25th         Southampton - The Joiners

Sat 28th         London - The Borderline 



New Album, tour and single from @_Blancmange ..coming to #newcastle 26.10 @boilershopNCL





Blancmange are set to release a new album of 10 songs written and recorded by Neil Arthur and co-produced by Benge (Wrangler/John Foxx & The Maths and Gazelle Twin co-producer). Blancmange will also embark on a UK tour to coincide with the album's release. Kicking off in Brighton on October 5th, the ten date tour takes in London and even Darwen and ends in Nottingham on November 4th. 

It’s been a fantastically creative period for both Arthur and Benge, releasing their debut album as a new electronic duo – Fader’s First Light - in June 2017 and then the final sessions for Unfurnished Rooms followed immediately in the summer. For the new Blancmange album, all the songs were written by Arthur while Benge added percussion and layers of analogue synth, with the pair then mixing the record together in the latter’s Memetune studios in Cornwall.

The latest cut from Unfurnished Rooms, Anna Dine signals a Cure-like moodiness. Neil remarks, "In between the straight and narrow lines of our lives, there in amongst the particles, in between, is another world. The invisible, the mundane, the innocuous. It's in these gaps, like moments, that hold us together. That's what I was trying to evoke with 'Anna Dine'. And musically it's all nestling in a veritable poupurée of vintage analogue synthesisers." 

Listen to 'What's The Time' from 'Anna Dine' - Here

Unfurnished Rooms opens with the echoing, playful title track, a search for something that always feels just out of reach and incomplete. Like many tracks on the album there’s a feeling of being lost in a dream - a house where rooms are unfurnished/unfinished, doors lead to private, empty apartments and images flicker. The reality is, as Arthur sings on the opener, ‘no amount of online shopping will cover for the loss.’ 

Listen to 'What's The Time' from 'Unfurnished Rooms' - Here 

The album follows the release of the first three Blancmange records – Happy Families (1982), Mange Tout (1984) and Believe You Me (1985) – as deluxe 3CD editions this summer. Despite breaking up in 1986, those records weren’t quite the end for Neil and original Blancmange partner Stephen Luscombe as they came back to great acclaim in 2011 with their fourth studio album, Blanc Burn –  ‘new sounds and renewed enthusiasm’ (The Guardian). 

Semi Detached (darker but still pop-savvy) followed in 2015, the first of several new albums written and recorded by Neil Arthur without the input of Luscombe due to illness. Blancmange’s first ever instrumental album, Nil By Mouth (ambient, new sense of freedom) came out in 2015 and Commuter 23 (minimalist, brutalist, raw with moments of hazy Krautrock) arrived in 2016.

Unfurnished Rooms is released September 29th via Blanc Check Records. UK Tour dates are listed below.

Blancmange UK Tour: 

October 5th Brighton Concorde 2; 

6th London 229; 

19th Southend Chinnery’s; 

20th Southampton 1865; 

25th Darwen Library; 

26th Newcastle Boiler Shop

27th Edinburgh La Belle Angele; 

28th Glasgow Audio; 

November 2nd Bristol The Fleece; 

4th Nottingham Rescue Rooms.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Coming to #Newcastle's @WeareThinkTank on 13th Sep @LittleBarrie stop off on tour.

Little Barrie play on 13th Sept at the
 Think Tank Newcastle 

LITTLE BARRIE will release their highly anticipated 5th studio album ‘Death Express’ on 7th July on Non Delux. The announcement comes as the band also unveil a slew of live dates throughout 2017.

Listen to the new single Produkt

New album, ‘Death Express’, packs a heavy punch, channelling the three members’ ferocious musical chops into a raw, DIY response to today’s atmosphere of confusion and division. There’s no political message, just lyrical food for thought, and some of the tautest, most incendiary grooves you’ll ever hear, enticing even dancefloor-shy listeners to hip-shake away their cares. High-octane meditations on surveillance paranoia (‘Copter’), devious policing at mass protests (‘Molotov Cop’) and greed (‘Vulture Swarm’) have rarely felt so irresistible to body movement.

Three of their previous four albums were made at Edwyn Collins’s West Heath facility in London. Last year, however, Edwyn upped sticks for rural Scotland, a happy development in his ongoing rehabilitation from serious illness, which left Little Barrie at a crossroads. With a series of demos ready for the new record, this time, instead of slavishly re-recording the tracks in a hi-tech studio, they sent them on to an Edinburgh-based dance producer called Tom Forrest: he zipped up the mix, in Barrie’s words, “bringing a better spread and width of sound.”

Little Barrie are guitarist and vocalist, Barrie Cadogan, bassist Lewis Wharton and drummer extraordinaire, Virgil Howe. In addition to being in the band, Wharton is also a motorcycle enthusiast and illustrator; Howe, the acclaimed drumming son of rock figurehead Steve Howe, produces and DJs in the UK and abroad; Cadogan is a world respected guitarist and the go-to guy for the likes of Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Edwyn Collins, Anton Newcombe, Spiritualized, Pete Molinari, Charles Bradley, The Chemical Brothers and Paolo Nutini. It is a testament to these three players that as a band they are making their strongest music to date.

Little Barrie play on 13th Sept at the Think Tank Newcastle 

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Extensive UK Tour for @RoddyWoomble, stopping off at @Sage_Gateshead on 4th Sept


(RELEASED 1st SEPT 2017)


RODDY WOOMBLE announces an extensive run of UK dates for 2017 as he prepares to tour his latest solo outing 'The Deluder'.

Following on from the brooding, atmospheric 'Like Caruso' single in March and showcasing the diversity of his upcoming and highly anticipated fourth solo album ‘The Deluder’ - ’Jupiter’ sees Roddy and his band in a surreal & playful mood channeling both solo McCartney and Pavement, in a quirky, melodic and memorable pop song. 

On the new single ‘Jupiter’ Woomble says:

 “ The song actually started out as something I was making up for (and with) my son, who is eight years old and quite interested in astronomy - working on it with my band, who are all adults, it developed and took on a new meaning; the emphasis, and hope we place in mysterious things we don’t fully understand. Constellations, Planets, astrology, the secrets we keep from each other, while still aiming to keep some of the fun, irreverent nature of the original idea, both in the music and lyrics" 

The video for the song was filmed in Berlin by director Oscar Sansom, a long standing collaborator with Roddy. 

Roddy Woomble releases his new album ‘The Deluder’ on September 1st on A Modern Way/Empty World and will be touring the UK during September and October.
After Idlewild’s 2015 album ‘Everything Ever Written’, the band were set on writing and recording another album straight away, and they started that process off, however everyone’s life took over in one way or another and they decided to take a break from it for the time being.
Up in the Hebrides, with winter approaching Roddy decided to start with another sort of record, what would turn into his most personal, introspective album of songs. Working mainly with Andrew Mitchell (Guitar and Bass) Danny Grant (Drums, Programming) and Luciano Rossi (Piano, Keyboards, Bass) over the winter of 2016/17 in Edinburgh, London and the Isle of Mull he recorded and mixed the album ‘The Deluder’ . The record was produced and performed by the four of them, with contributions with other long standing collaborators Hannah Fisher (Violin & Vocals) and Sorren Maclean (Guitar).
Roddy doesn’t do themes, he collects songs together and records them over a period of time, and a loose narrative starts to develop between them. It’s a mix of listening, reading, think travelling and writing that combines into something slightly new each time, on every record. That said, during the course of writing and recording ‘The Deluder’ Roddy turned 40 and the emphasis we place on age, particularly moving from one decade into another was not lost on him this time around, “The significance is either there or not, it depends on your circumstance and how much time, thought, and angst you care to put into it” said Roddy.
On turning 40 Roddy looked to two quotes, one from George Orwell - ‘At 40 a man has the face he deserves’ , the other by Danish philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer - ‘The first forty years of life give us the text: the next thirty supply the commentary’ . “That certainly got me thinking” said Roddy, “‘The Deluder’ might be some sort of reaction, maybe justification, in the context of my life, my relationships, my choices - in the face of those ideas.”
As frontman of Scottish indie rock band Idlewild, Roddy has notched up eight acclaimed albums and three compilations, two of which charted in the UK top ten. They have released twelve UK top forty singles and have toured throughout the world, as a headline act, and also as support to REM, U2, Pearl Jam and the Rolling Stones amongst others. 

Live Dates


Sat 1st Iona Village Hall Music Festival, Isle of Iona
Sat 8th Tynemouth Surf Cafe, North Shields
Sat 22nd Deer Shed Festival, Asenby
Sun 23rd Underneath The Stars Festival, Sheffield 


Sun 20th Doune The Rabbit Hole, Doune 


Sat 2nd O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
Sun 3rd Moseley Folk Festival, Birmingham
Mon 4th The Sage, Gateshead
Wed 6th The Boileroom, Guildford
Thur 7th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Fri 8th 02 Academy 2, Oxford
Sun 10th Con Club, Lewes
Mon 11th Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate 


Sat 7th Mareel Arts Centre, Shetland
Thu 12th The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
Fri 13th Pleasance, Edinburgh
Sat 14th City Halls, Glasgow
Mon 16th Birnam Arts Centre, Birnam
Tue 17th Deaf Institute, Manchester
Wed 18th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Thu 19th The Musician, Leicester
Fri 20th Islington Assembly Hall, London
Sat 21st Thekla, Bristol
Sun 22nd The Globe, Cardiff
Tue 24th Brudnell Social Club, Leeds
Thu 26th Voodoo, Belfast
Sat 28th An Tobar, Isle of Mull 

  ‘The Deluder’  is released on September 1st via A Modern Way/Empty World and will include a Limited Edition pink vinyl available exclusively through indie record stores.


#review @nikkershaw @Sage_gateshead 17/9/17

Review: An Evening With Nik Kershaw  at The Sage, Gateshead 17/09/2017 Nik Kershaw has written a lot of songs. Despite a break in re...