The Dutch Uncles have been added as support for Everything Everything gig on the 16th of October.
Check out there website here with plenty of music and videos to get a taste of their stuffRead More
LIVE/WIRE... THE AC/DC SHOW The unique six man tribute to rock's greatest band AC/DC, complete with cannons, a wall of Marshalls and over two hours of High Voltage Rock and Roll. And with both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson present, the very start of AC/DC is covered followed by a musical tour of the past forty Electric years as the Rock and Roll Train powers on and on until the cannons fire ceremoniously to bring the evening to a superb crescendo. Plus ...THE ZZ TOPS Senors and Senoritas it's fiesta time! So put on those cheap sunglasses and get down to the Hot Rodded Boogie of The ZZ Tops ! These Sharp Dressed Men are not to be missed! Read More
LIVE/WIRE... THE AC/DC SHOW The unique six man tribute to rock's greatest band AC/DC, complete with cannons, a wall of Marshalls and over two hours of High Voltage Rock and Roll. And with both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson present, the very start of AC/DC is covered followed by a musical tour of the past forty Electric years as the Rock and Roll Train powers on and on until the cannons fire ceremoniously to bring the evening to a superb crescendo. Plus ...THE ZZ TOPS In early 2009, after his last tour with The Rascals, Miles Kane left the band to focus on a solo career. Inspired by a classic, smart 60s Mod theme he signed with Columbia Records and began recording his solo album with Dan Carey and Dan the Automator, who had previously worked with Gorillaz and Kasabian. Kane's debut single, "Inhaler" was released on 22 November 2010, and he did a series of solo shows throughout November, as well as supporting The Courteeners at several shows in December. He then continued solo performances in January and February, before supporting Beady Eye at eight shows in March. Kane released another single, "Come Closer" on 20 February 2011, reaching #85 on the UK Singles Chart. - Colour of the Trap (2011-2012) "Rearrange", the lead single for his debut album, was released on 27 March 2011 and reached #149 on the UK Singles Chart. The album, titled Colour of the Trap, was released on 9 May 2011. One track, "My Fantasy" features backing vocals from Noel Gallagher, while another, "Happenstance" is a duet between Kane and French actress Clémence Poésy. Half of the tracks on the album were co-written by Alex Turner, Kane's partner in The Last Shadow Puppets. Kane supported Arctic Monkeys for two shows in Sheffield in June 2011. As well as being their support act on their Australian tour of January 2012. It was also announced on the 19th of October 2011 that Kane is to support Kasabian on their UK tour in December 2011. Read More
The upcoming darts event has now been completely sold outRead More
SJM Concerts & PVC present
plus Special Guests
Thursday 26th September 2013
With his intimate spring tour in full swing, Miles Kane continues his march on the national consciousness this autumn with a 12-date jaunt, including his biggest headline show to date; Brixton Academy on Friday October 11th.
Miles’s eagerly anticipated new album ‘Don’t Forget Who You Are’, is out June 3rd. The follow-up to 2011’s acclaimed debut ‘Colour Of The Trap’, it was produced by Ian Broudie (The Zutons, Echo and the Bunnymen) and features co-writes with Broudie, as well as XTC’s Andy Partridge, Paul Weller and Kid Harpoon.
The LP’s second single and title track is also out June 3rd, and is captured on celluloid in an emotionally resonant love letter to Live...Read More
The Pyramids Present
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
Friday 22nd November 2013
The Pyramids Centre
Tickets £25 adv reserved seating, £23 adv unreserved standing
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel On Tour Autumn 2013
Steve Harley brings his full Cockney Rebel rock band to town after a summer of festivals both in the UK and Europe. The line-up includes long-serving member Barry Wickens on violin and guitar, and guitarist Robbie Gladwell, as well as Lincoln Anderson on bass, James Lascelles, keyboards, and Adam Houghton on drums.
Steve intends to include a track or two from every one of his 12 studio albums, plus some surprises in a set that will run, without support, for two hours+ with an interval.
This year has seen the band play the Isle Of Wight and Rewind Festivals, after deliveri...
Live Nation & MHA in association with United Agents Presents
DOC BROWN - OF MIC AND MEN
Friday 4th October 2013
Rapper turned comedian Doc Brown, is back with his tongue in cheek take on hip hop culture. A regular on the London comedy circuit and appearances on ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’, ‘The Inbetweeners’, ‘Rev’, ‘Derek’, ‘Miranda’ and ‘The Office Revisited’, Doc is a must see act.
‘If Brown keeps mining this rich seam of hip-hop comedy, his fame should look after itself’. Guardian
‘Sharp punch lines, imaginative devices and knows more than a thing or two about timing’. The Metro
‘A seamless mix of truly inspired hip-hop and stand-up. He’s a total star… an utter joy’.
Powerhouse band Show of Hands make a welcome first visit to the Pyramids Live, Portsmouth in a year that sees them celebrate 21 years of an incredible partnership that has put them right at the top of British folk.
The triple BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winners (Best Live Act, Best Duo, Best Original Song) are singer songwriter Steve Knightley and multi instrumentalist Phil Beer, joined by double bassist/vocalist Miranda Sykes. Their captivating music dips and dives through roots, rock, blues, country and trad folk - an unmistakable signature sound played out on a wealth of instruments from slide guitar to mandocello, fiddle to South American cuatro , each gig promising a memorable, harmony-rich programme of punch-packing original songs.