The indie-folk band from the U.S. has a total of six members and they’ve been making music together for 12 years now. They’ve released three studio albums and an EP, with their album, ‘We Are the Tied’ even reaching number 56 in the Billboard chart. They’ve also had three top 20 singles in the Adult Alternative Songs chart in America. They finished their last tour less than a year ago, and are already back on the road.
If you missed out on tickets to the Bush Hall show in London on Monday 30th October, you can grab two general admission tickets here.
The Dream Syndicate
Although this American alternative rock band began back in 1981, they split up in 1989 and didn’t reform again until 2012. However, the band released four studio albums in the eight years they were originally together. Earlier this year, they released their fifth studio album, ‘How Did I Find Myself Here?’ just short of thirty years after the release of their last album, ‘Ghost Stories’.
There’s one general admission ticket on sale for their show at The Lexington, London on Monday 30th October here.
This New York based four-piece band are still very new to the music scene, having only been around since 2015. But they’re already released two albums, ‘Masterpiece’ and ‘Capacity’. They’re now taking their unique mix of folk and rock with lead singer Adrianne Lenker's incredible song-writing skills on the road. They’re travelling overseas, and introducing themselves on a global scale.
If you fancy checking them out, there are two general admission tickets for their show at The Deaf Institute, Manchester on Friday 3rd November up for grabs here.
Of course, this musical icon is constantly selling out shows, so you have to be quick if you want to catch him live. The Irish 72-year-old has been knighted for his achievements in music, and what he’s brought to the industry. His folky, bluesy, jazzy style of music is completely unique, and no one since has been able to to replicate it. He’s been making music since the 50s and his discography is too extensive to list.
If you missed out on tickets to his current UK tour, there are two available for the Playhouse in Edinburgh on Monday 6th November here.
Starting out with humble beginnings on YouTube, these three Manzano brothers took the internet by storm with their impressive and innovative covers of popular, chart-topping songs; adding their own twists and renditions to create the Boyce Avenue signature sound. Today, the boys have over a billion YouTube views, three studio albums, and have embarked on worldwide tours - including some of the biggest festivals and renowned venues. Boyce Avenue are the award-winning band not to be missed this year.
If you're looking for tickets for their Manchester show, there are two available for Thursday 2nd November here.
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