Don’t miss our 9pm Tuesday Quiz. £1 entry all proceeds to Friends of Bingham Park. The chance to Win a gallon of Thornbridge beer!
Replay are an outstanding soul and funk covers band comprising of five talented and experienced professional and semi professional musicians from Sheffield fronted by the powerful, soulful vocals of Bev Brookes.
Individual members draw on a wealth of experience with credits such as Boy on A Dolphin, The Stones, The Sharp Cuts, She Said, Betty Black Band, Joel White and The Kahunas to name but a few.
Replay provide dance floor filling versions of songs from the great soul and funk artists of the last 50 years including up to the minute smash hits. Collectively a grooving energetic dynamic outfit that will have the dance floor heaving from the word go!
Plus special guests Wax Colour
Manchester indie hopefuls The Recreation bring their explosive live show to Sheffield.The quartet is made up of front-man and guitarist Owen Baldwin, guitarist Tom Atkinson, bassist Sam Sumner & drummer George Porter who’ve been performing together since 2014 and released their debut EP in November 2016.
Open Mic/Acoustic Evening
Monday 21st August / 8pm / FREE
A fantastic line-up of the best and most enthusiastic local talent, plus some guest appearances.
Anyone can join in, all abilities welcome and participation from the audience is always encouraged. P.A. and mics provided, so just bring yourselves, your instruments and your friends to enjoy the proceedings.
Wednesday 23rd August / 8pm / £12
The voice of Spear of Destiny, Theatre of Hate and Dead Men Walking. A special up close acoustic show with master cello player Sam Sansbury.
With over 15 studio albums and countless single releases, his career now spans well over 30 years. He has enjoyed worldwide success with all three of the above bands and is also a leader in every punk rock poll by being the singer and songwriter in The Pack.
“Kirk Brandon is one of the UK’s best kept secrets” Mojo.
Thursday 24th August / 8pm / £8
Support Robbie Thompson
The Buffalo Skinners are a songwriting collective based in Sheffield. Their music stems from a shared passion for songwriting and singing in harmony. Kieran Thorpe plays Fender Rhodes Keyboard, James Nicholls the Violin, Peter Seccombe the Guitar, Miles Stapleton the Drums and Robbie Thompson, Bass. The band draw influence from 60’s Rock n Roll, Folk, Blues and whatever else they’ve been listening to recently. July 2016 saw them release a third album ‘Cease Your Dreaming’.
“Cease Your Dreaming’ sees a clear development on the band’s firmly established skiffle-folk sound by introducing a variety of influences. Hugely charming and entertaining” 9/10 Exposed Magazine.
Alex McKown is a six times finalist in the British Blues Awards (2011-2016) and his songs have been played on radio stations all over the world, including several plays on the Paul Jones R&B show on BBC Radio 2. Alex normally performs as a power trio but he will be bringing a stellar six piece band to The Greystones. Alex and his band have also played at The Great British Rock and Blues Festival, Hebden Bridge Blues Festival, Bowness Bay Blues Festival, Nantwich Jazz and Blues Festival, Mold Soul and Blues Festival and the main stage at Newark Blues Festival on three occasions.
Sunday 27th August / 8pm / £13
Damien O’Kane is a musician of many talents. He’s a singer. A very good one, too, with a relaxed, assured vocal style that exudes a natural warmth and empathy with the colourful characters who occupy his songs. He’s also a brilliant banjo player. And a fine guitarist. And an ingenious arranger. Not to mention an accomplished tunemaker, researcher, bandleader and accompanist of rich imagination and fearless vision. As well as being the husband of Kate Rusby he’s also in her band.
Cynicism comes easy, but having a soft heart takes real guts. Sam Outlaw’s new album Tenderheart dares to tread gently and look inward, with unapologetic sentiment and un-ironic nods to country music’s greatest neon rainbow chasers. Since the release of his 2015 debut Angeleno, Outlaw remains one of LA’s only modern country singers to earn international acclaim. And with his follow-up Tenderheart he shows an impressive refinement of his artistic identity. Sonically, the album further elaborates Outlaw’s ‘SoCal Country’ sound: a sun-bleached, Baja-influenced twang that deftly points to country’s neo-traditionalists and LA’s legendary singer-songwriters.
Curtis Eller is a banjo player, songwriter and rock & roll singer. After beginning his show business career at the age of seven as a juggler and acrobat, the Detroit native turned to the banjo and lit out for New York City where he rose to obscurity as “New York’s angriest yodeling banjo player”. Having spent years toiling in the musical sweatshops of the industrial north, Eller uprooted his family and resettled in some faded, tobacco town in the North Carolina Piedmont to begin the arduous task of assembling a new version of his band, The American Circus. The latest version of the ensemble is a brutish and inelegant rock & roll outfit specializing in banjo music for funerals, gospel tunes for atheists and novelty dance fads for amputees.