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The Killers Guitarist, Dave Keuning Comes to Manchester

Dave Keuning, founding member and guitarist from The Killers, releases “Prismism” under the moniker Keuning. The track is the title track and second to be taken from Keuning’s debut album Prismism (released January 25th on Thirty Tigers). You can hear debut single ‘Restless Legs’ via Keuning’s official YouTube channel. Burnt out from touring and wanting to spend more time with his 13-year-old son, Dave began taking musical ideas that he… Keep Reading

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Celebrating 26 Years At Manchester’s Night & Day

The Night & Day Birthday Week! 26 Years at Number 26 Mon 20th: generation 1st birthday party featuring the bright black + ink + Chris Kelly + Thea Brooks // 7:30pm doors // £3 adv. Tue 21st: classical evolution genre fluid open-mic chamber music // 8pm doors // free entry Wed 22nd: Ian Felice [The Felice Brothers] + special guests Gil Landry [old crow medicine show] // 8pm doors //… Keep Reading

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Alan Merrill Returns For A UK Tour

Alan Merrill, founder of 1970s pop legends The Arrows and the first ever foreign pop star in Japan, returns to the UK from New York The Arrows formed in 1974 and had their first UK hit on Mickie Most’s RAK label later that same year with Touch Too Much. The band were then signed by ITV for their own series, The Arrows Show, which ran throughout 1976 and 1977 featuring… Keep Reading

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BILLY BIBBY & THE WRY SMILES (Night And Day Manchester 26th August 2016)

Grabbing the metal: When Billy Bibby suddenly left Catfish and the Bottlemen after 7 years as lead guitarist and co writer, by his own admission he had no idea what he was going to do. After a brief spell as a solo acoustic performer and a debut single “Waitin For You” he grabbed the metal so to speak, recruited a young highly talented group of musicians and hit the road… Keep Reading

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Bad Mood, Night & Day, Manchester

Making a short trip down the M62 from Liverpool for their first gig away from home, Bad Mood are not the typical young indie/guitar band of which there are so many. For a start they are not young, having been around the music scene and in different bands for a while. Secondly, their music is much more confrontational, aimed at making an impact and breaking down barriers rather than being… Keep Reading

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