September 21 - September 28 2017
THURSDAY 21 SEPT
Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls: Wonder Stuff duo continue to tour their acoustic show, including tracks from their own albums in addition to Wonder Stuff material and the occasional cover version, the Greystones, 8pm (£13).
Phil Johnson: Phil (vocals and keyboard) plays an eclectic mix of music from Sinatra to Sting and much more in between – at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. 8pm. Free Admission.
David Lacey: Performing The Beatles, Bill Withers, Pink Floyd, David Bowie,Otis Redding, The Commodores, Oasis, Ed Sheeran, The Cure,Steve Harley, Paul Weller, Green Day, Passenger & more – at Cubana (downstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. 7pm. Free admission.
Ricky Fleming: Ricky Fleming is a singer/songwriter who has has been performing since 2011, playing venues from Elland Road in Leeds to The Roundhouse in London, where he opened for Tinchy Stryder and Maximo Park to a sold-out audience. In 2016 Ricky has released his debut EP ‘We Could Be More’ along with a music video of the title track. Ricky created a record packed so full of upbeat contemporary rhythms, rousing sing-along choruses and general pop-rock magic - at Cubana (downstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. 9pm. Free Admission.
FRIDAY 22 SEPT
THE EAST STREET BAND: bring you SPRINGSTEEN’S BIRTHDAY FAN WEEKENDER kicks off with an accoustic set in The Theatre Lounge at The Trades. Doors 7.30pm entry with weekender ticket valid Friday and Saturday £9 in advance/£12 on the door. www.thetradeslive.co.uk, Skiddle and FB for full listings and tickets. The Trades, Greasbrough Rd, Rotherham (opposite Rotherham Rail Station/only a 10 min journey from Sheffield). Tel 01709 370651.
Ga Ga: Tribute to Queen with the promise of “no wigs, no make-up and definitely no false moustaches but instead a host of massive Queen songs played like they were meant to be”, City Hall Ballroom, 8pm (£16.80).
Ruts DC: Plug, Matilda Street, doors 6pm (£14).
Coasts: Leadmill, 7.30pm (£8).
Live’n’ Loud: Local band night featuring Brain Circus, Dog Canute, Loz Campbell and Fluorescent, Greystones, 8pm.
Mahogany Newt: White Lion, 617 London Road, Heeley, S2 4HT. 9.30pm.
Alba Rosa- 2 Hour set: These lads from Barnsley and Rotherham play covers ranging from Indie to 60’s Rock and more and play them with musical prowess way beyond their years! Maida Vale, West St. Band Session 8-10 Followed by Mod For It at Maida Vale DJ’s 10-Late. Free entry.
SAT 23 SEPT
THE EAST STREET BAND: bring you SPRINGSTEEN’S BIRTHDAY FAN WEEKENDER Enjoy a full weekend of Springsteen classics - Born to Run, Hungry Heart, Born in the USA - the East Street Band brings you the best representation of The Boss himself this side of New Jersey. Doors 7.30pm/£9 in advance/£12 on the door. From 3pm on Saturday we have some Spriingsteen fun and games with auction, raffle and mastermind lined up prior to the main evening event with all proceeds to BLUEBELL WOOD CHILDREN’S HOSPICE plus Springsteen open mic. www.thetradeslive.co.uk, Skiddle and FB for full listings and tickets. The Trades, Greasbrough Rd, Rotherham (opposite Rotherham Rail Station/only a 10 min journey from Sheffield). Tel 01709 370651.
The Sherlocks/Glass Caves/Rosadocs: South Yorkshire band that played the main support slot for the Kings of Leon arena tour and are now winning acclaim for their debut album, Live For The Moment, lead the way at the 02 Academy, Arundel Gate.
Mr Jukes / Puma Blue: Leadmill, 7.30pm (£12).
Abra Cadabra / Not3s / Yung Fume: Plug, doors 6pm (£16.50).
Brasilica: DJ Ckastley (El Rey del Zongue) playing the perfect party mix up of nu Latin sounds from Brazil to Cuba via the UK and beyond - at Cubana (downstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Saturday Sept 23rd. 9pm. Free Admission.
MON 25 SEPT
The Jesus and Mary Chain: Foundry, Sheffield Students’ Union, Western Bank, 7.30pm (£30.25).
The Big Moon / Get Inuit: Plug, doors 7pm (£10).
Paul Newman: A cool mix of classic, contemporary and popular songbook favourites - why not request your favourite? - at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. 7.30pm. Free Admission.
il sogno del marinaio (mike watt - stooges) & the payroll union tickets: Regather Works in Sheffield. 8:00pm til 11:00pm. Minimum Age: 18. Experimental rock trio Il Sogno Del Marinaio (ft legendary bass guitarist Mike Watt from Minutemen and The Stooges). Supported by The Payroll Union.
TUES 26 SEPT
Paul Newman: Live Bossa Nova, and Latin Jazz – chilled easy listening with Paul Newman - at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. 8pm. Free Admission.
WED 27 SEPT
WagonWheel Presents: the Portland based singer/songwriter Chris Pureka to The Greystones. Described by Billboard as “summoning the spirits of Gillian Welch’s Revelator or Ryan Adams’ Heartbreaker“, Pureka’s sixth album Back In The Ring is a stunning piece of work. Also joining us to open the show will be Stoney. Advance tickets priced at £8 are available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/403006 and the venue (12-6pm) or entry on the night will be £10. Doors open 7.45pm.
Anathema / Alcest: Plug, doors 6.30pm (£20).
Andrew Clegg: Andrew plays Spanish Flamenco capturing the soul and passion of the Andalucian gypsies - a fusion of evocative melodies and invigorating rhythms create a unique and exciting sound – at Cubana (upstairs). 8pm. Free Admission.
THURS 28 SEPT
Anteros/The Seamonsters/Ginger Tom: Leadmill, 7.30pm (£6).
FOLK & ROOTS
The Unsung Routes: Crookes Folk Club, Princess Royal, Slinn Street, tonight (Thursday), 8.30pm.
Barbara Dickson with Nick Holland: She has never forgotten her folk roots, despite huge success as a mainstream singer and actress. A rare date in Sheffield alongside pianist Nick Holland with the prospect of combining her folkier material with some of her classic hits. City Hall Ballroom, Sunday, 7.45pm (£29.12).
Gilmore & Roberts: Folk/acoustic duo who have been nominated three times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Katriona Gilmore (fiddle, mandolin) and Jamie Roberts (guitar) are the guests atNether Edge Folk Club, Nether Edge Bowling Club, Nether Edge Road, Wednesday, 8.30pm (£7 adv).
Spoil The Dance: Crookes Folk Club, Princess Royal, Slinn Street, next Thursday, 8.30pm.
Eileen McGann: Roots Music Club, The Ukrainian Centre, 48 Beckett Road, Doncaster DN2 4AD. When Friday, 22nd September, 7:30pm Tickets £10 on the door or £8 in advance from…www.wegottickets.com/rootsmusicclubdoncaster
Dee Dee: Jazz, Funk & Soul with amazing vocals from Dee Dee - at Cubana (downstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Friday Sept 22nd, 7pm. Free Admission.
Viva Salsa: with DJ Antonio (Sabroso) at Sheffield’s original Latino Club night. Latin music, Salsa, Samba, Mambo and Bachata - at Cubana (downstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Friday Sept 22nd.. 9pm. Free Admission.
Simon Peat: live sax at the live music cocktail chill out - at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Friday, Sept 22nd. 8.15pm.Free Admission.
Piero Tucci: Live sax at the live music cocktail chill out lounge - at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Friday Sept 22nd. 10.15pm. Free Admission.
Tonino Sardisco: Live sax in the Cocktail Chill Out Lounge - at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Saturday Sept 23rd. 9:15pm. Free Admission.
Piero Tucci: Live sax in the Cocktail Chill Out Lounge - at Cubana (upstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. Saturday, Sept 23rd. 11:15pm. Free Admission.
The Big Swing with live music from Jazz Manifesto – A first appearance at The Big Swing! A collection of young professional musicians from Sheffield who play Jazz & Swing classics from the 1940s onwards. They are guaranteed to keep heads nodding, toes tapping, and the dancers swingin’. We’re very excited to have these guys join our roster. - at Cubana (downstairs) Leopold Square Sheffield S1. FREE Swing Dance class for beginners from 8pm. Wednesday Sept 27th. 8pm. Free Admission.
Brandon Allen Sextet. “Brandon Allen is arguably the most exciting tenor player in Britain today” according to Jazzwise. Tonight he will be bringing his scintillating three-horn front line sextet to Crookes, featuring some of the finest musicians on the UK jazz scene. Expect a diverse selection of material with virtuosic soloing and melodic arrangements. Sheffield Jazz, Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, Sheffield S10 1TD. Friday 22 September at 8.00 pm (£14/£11, NUS £7, 15-17 year olds £3, under 15s free. Advance tickets available from www.sivtickets.com/event/sheffieldjazz at the same net price as on the door).
Entropi: One of the most compelling bands on the UK jazz scene, alto sax player Dee Byrne’s Entropi come to us two days before the London launch (at Kings Place) of their new album on Whirlwind Records, ‘Moment Frozen’. Comprising an array of talents from the London jazz scene, they feature trumpeter Andre Canniere, keyboardist Rebecca Nash, drummer Matt Fisher and bassist Olie Brice. Entropi mix strong melodies and grooves with open-ended improvisation and group interplay to produce exhilarating music making of the highest quality. Catch them with us up North before they debut the album down South! The Lescar. 27th September 2017. £7.
SHEFFIELD FOLK CHORALE IN CONCERT: Saturday 23rd September at St Oswald’s Church, at the corner of Bannerdale Road and Abbeydale Road. The Folk Chorale, formed in 2001 is now established as one of the area’s finest four-part choirs. With a broad repertoire based round the folk tradition, all arranged by their director Graham Pratt, they will provide an entertaining evening of song in the splendid setting of St Oswald’s Church. Tickets £5 on the door.