Initially a private event for a small number of people, Chagstock has managed to grow and bring each year more loyal fans to Devon. This is a micro yet peculiar fest held in a garden, where there is enough space to grow seeds of music, dance and freedom.
North East of England’s Sage Gateshead has embraced a really important position in the music industry, the role of filling in, inspiring and teaching a whole new generation of musicians.
The Brudenell Social Club assumes the role of fuel keeping the music flame alive in the business. Actually Brudenell’s motto is to have all its doors wide open for improvisation, gigs, networking and social interaction. Countless art displays take place at the Leeds’ venue as well as one of the most captivating features they hold: the secret concerts.
Manchester still is the epicentre of many exciting updates from the British music scene. One of the settings to be explored, and which has accomplished recent recognizement, is Matt & Phred’s. The music venue is one of those clubs truly committed with promoting live jazz performances.
Folk, rock and country are back together. The good news is brought by a messenger called Robert Vincent. He is a singer-songwriter from Liverpool determined to make the music he really enjoys. Until today he has succeeded at being honest with his audience and lives by the words “Sing what you mean – and sing it like you mean it”.
Five-day Somersault will take place in North Devon from 17th to 21st of July. The new festival includes a bag full of music and outdoor activities prepared to its visitors. Jack Johnson, Amadou & Mariam, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Misty Miller are a few of the entertainers integrating the line-up.
The power of classic rock is latent in Broken Witt Rebels’ music. James, Danny, Luke and Anthony are four firestarters from Birmingham that decided to entice with the fusion between the corrosion effect of rock n’ roll and the smoothest side of the blues.
Moved by the passion for jazz, The Yardbird has been promoting the genre since 2007. Birmingham’s club was built on the basis of this musical style’s world representations.
Truck is one of the long-established and solid independent small festivals located in Oxfordshire. Cutting-edge, family friendly, surrounded by music and an outdoor feeling of community, every year the two-day event takes an electric list of musicians to the South East England’s county.