SEPTEMBER 2017

QUIZ NIGHTS

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!

LEARN TO PLAY THE GUITAR

A series of beginners, 10 week, group workshops in The Backroom [more]

Mark Radcliffe… should you be interested

Saturday 2nd September / 8.15pm / £15

Radio and TV presenter, musician, writer, friend of the stars and all round cheese fetishist Mark Radcliffe has been making a little go a long way for several decades now. This show is no exception. Expect stories and songs of middle aged angst and ennui along with tales of ineptitude and encounters with some of music’s most famous names who he has on speed dial. Even his calls are blocked at the other end. He’s finally run out of friends and so now has to go it alone. This is an evening with Mark so there’s no support, on stage 8.15.

Open Mic/Acoustic Evening

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Monday 4th September / 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.

Steve Faulkner’s Magic Show

Thursday 7th September / 7.30pm / £12

Following a string of sell-out shows, Steve Faulkner’s Magic Show returns to The Greystones with another stellar line-up. Magic and mind reading as you’ve never seen it before, unless you’ve been to the other shows and it’ll be the same level that you will have come to expect. This time we have Peter Wardell as your headliner, winner of multiple awards and the first to win both the Magic Circle Close-up Magician of the Year and Magic Circle Stage Magician of the Year. We’re also lucky enough to have Mind Reader Chris Rawlings, returning to the Greystones a couple of years after supporting Luke Jermay. Oh and of course there is Steve Faulkner, holding it all together with his unique brand or tricksy stuff and humour.

Lowtide

Monday 11th September / 7.30pm / £8

If you’re into a delicious combination of reverb-heavy dream pop and infectious melodies along the lines of My Bloody Valentine, Ride, The Cure and Slowdive – then this show is for you!

The Melbourne-based band have a secret weapon in the shimmering exchanges between Lucy Buckeridge and Giles Simon – their dual bass lines and intertwining vocals are pivotal to their unique sound. Their debut album was released in the UK last August and they’ve been played on BBC 6 Music a lot, with fans including Steve Lamacq and Lauren Laverne.

 

Si Cranstoun, Big Daddy Wilson, Vanessa Collier

Wednesday 13th September / 8pm / £15

Take a floor filling London soul man, add a golden voiced Southern States storyteller, throw in a Philadelpia based saxophonist/singer, add to the mix the Blues Caravan band with special guest Laura Chavez and then hang on to your hats! A high octane soul, blues and rock n roll show. You can rely on Si Cranstoun to move your feet, expect hip shaking material from his highly acclaimed album Old School. Big Daddy Wilson won the 2010 Blues Challenge in Germany and also the Best Blues Artist Award in 2014. Vanessa was part of the Joe Louis Walker Band. Her debut album, Heart, Soul and Saxophone was described as “magnificent” on Dan Ackroyd’s radio show in the USA. Si says “it’s gonna be a lotta fun because you never know what will happen, I hope we can really tear the place up!” 

Dylan LeBlanc

Sunday 17th September / 7.30pm / £16

Dylan LeBlanc knows second chances don’t come around often. But, neither do voices like his. Overwhelmed by the speed his gift would take him, from Applebee’s server to “the new Neil Young” in a matter of months, he walked away from an unlikely major label deal after releasing two critically acclaimed albums.
His new album, Cautionary Tale: a collection of shimmering, arresting songs with the same haunting vocals that caught the attention of Lucinda Williams and Bruce Springsteen, now with a sharpened edge honed by hastened maturity.
“This record is about me getting honest with myself,” says Dylan. “I had to let the guilt about the past go and find a new truth within myself. This time, I felt like I really had something to say.”

Open Mic/Acoustic Evening

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Monday 18th September / 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.

Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls

Thursday 21st September / 8pm / £13

The critically acclaimed Wonder Stuff duo bring their unique live show to Sheffield.

Since 2006, Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls have toured the UK, Europe and the USA. performing acoustic shows including tracks from their own albums in addition to Wonder Stuff material and the occasional cover version. All interspersed with Miles’ trademark inter-song banter and insight into the background behind some of the tracks being performed.

Stephen Dale Petit

Saturday 23rd September / 8pm / £12

American guitarist, singer, songwriter. His debut album received critical acclaim and was re released due to high demand. His second album again received great revues and sold in big numbers Classic Rock magazine placing it alongside Eric Clapton and Ronnie Wood in it’s Top 50 Albums of the year. He was tour support for his friend Walter Trout’s UK tour in 2015.
“Thrusting, hooligan blues anthems.” MOJO
“SDP occupies a stunning middle ground between the fire of Freddy King, the instinct of Jimmy Page and the soul of Eric Clapton.” Classic Rock Magazine
“The man who has seized the blues guitar baton from Clapton, Peter Green and Jimmy Page.” The Times.

The Songs of Leonard Cohen

Sunday 24th September / 8pm / £12

Keith James in concert

Enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural, songwriter Leonard Cohen was an unflinching character, with an exact sense of prose, a wry humour and courage to wrestle with the unspoken, forgiving human frailty with the brush of each line. With a lifetime reputation of performing in this exact way and an undying love of the ‘pure song’ Keith James gives you a concert of Cohen’s amazing material in the most intimate and sensitive way imaginable, exposing the solitary inner strength of his greatest songs in their original perfect form.
‘Keith James has become a pillar of trust. A sublimely intimate and engaging voice’  Sunday Times.