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It’s A Shoe In: Northants gig guide May 9th – May 15th 2018

MARMOZETS + BLACK PEAKS Wednesday May 9th The Roadmender, Northampton On tour to promote their sophomore album, the Gil Norton-produced Knowing What You Know Now, this is a great chance…

MARMOZETS + BLACK PEAKS
Wednesday May 9th
The Roadmender, Northampton
On tour to promote their sophomore album, the Gil Norton-produced Knowing What You Know Now, this is a great chance to see the fast-rising alt-rock/post-hardcore quintet up close and personal. Stellar support too. Doors 7pm, £14 tickets

ROCKIN’ DAVE + THE BLUES FOUNDATION
Wednesday May 9th
The King Billy Rock Bar, Northampton
Hard/classic rock original songs courtesy of Dave. Doors 8.30pm, free entry

MARK GEARY + KENNETH J NASH
Thursday May 10th
The Old Forge Tea Room, Cranford [Kettering]
Legendary Irish singer-songwriter Geary returns to Northamptonshire to play an intimate gig, with support from respected Northampton singer-songwriter Nash. Presented by Old Hotel Records. Doors 7.30pm, £10 tickets available from the venue

CITADEL FEAT. JAZZ COLOSSUS
Friday May 11th
The Picturedrome, Northampton
Seven-piece jazz/funk/latin/hip-hop collective celebrate the release of their highly anticipated debut album Last Tango In Paradise. The band will be accompanied by the horn section of Jazz Colossus. Doors 8.30pm, £8 tickets

HAGGARD CAT + SHARKTEETH GRINDER + DRINSIPA
Friday May 11th
The White Hart, Corby
Haggard Cat features Tom Marsh on drums and Matt Reynolds on vocals/guitar; names you may recognise from the infamously destructive hardcore band ‘HECK’. Haggard Cat aim to convey the exact passion they are now known for in an entirely new way. Originally intended as a sideline it has now evolved into its own beast that the pair have decided to finally unleash into the world. Their new album Challenger is available now. Support bands are the best around, so just go and have it large. Doors 8pm, £3 tickets

ACTS OF VENGEANCE
Friday May 11th
The Prince of Wales, Kettering
Four-piece metal band based in London, who play  in the style of Metallica, Alter Bridge, Iced Earth, Pantera and Slayer. The band released their debut album Slaves to Sin in 2016. Doors 8pm, free entry

LUNAXIS + BLOOD MOON
Friday May 11th
The Lab, Northampton
Newish, festival-vibe indie pop with influences from folk and blues, fronted by Carly Loasby. Support from Peter Hudon’s alt-folk persona. Doors 8pm, free entry

TWISTED WHEEL + THE JANGLES + SKIRT
Saturday May 12th
The White Hart, Corby
Jagged Oldham indie rockers and former Columbia records employees Twisted Wheel are on the comeback trail, selling out smallish venues up and down country. A live show to behold beckons. Support from Leicester indie quartet and Corby’s quirky indie-punkers. Doors 7.30pm, £8 tickets

THE LORDS OF THYME, WITH JACK SHARP [WOLF PEOPLE]
Tuesday May 15th
The Lamplighter [upstairs], Northampton
Local psych-folk troupe with the big experience return to the Lamp, and this time invite former Bedfordshire native Jack Sharp of them Wolf People to join in. Musical alchemy a real possibility. Doors 8.30pm, £6 on the door

 

 

 

 

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Shed Seven to play warm up show in Northampton this June

Ahead of their biggest headline show to date at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester, Shed Seven will be playing a very special warm-up date at Northampton’s Roadmender on Thursday June 28th….

Ahead of their biggest headline show to date at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester, Shed Seven will be playing a very special warm-up date at Northampton’s Roadmender on Thursday June 28th.

The York five-piece rose to fame in the 1990s and were one of the leading lights of Britpop with two gold albums and 15 Top 40 singles under their belt. They released their fifth album Instant Pleasures last November – their first release since 2001’s Truth Be Told. Instant Pleasures saw enough pre-orders that would have made it a Top 10 chart album every week of 2017. They celebrated the release with the biggest tour of their career, selling over 50,000 tickets across the country – and that was before any fans had heard a note of new music.

Shed Seven will perform at Sounds of The City on Friday June 29th, alongside Reverend & The Makers and The Twang.

Tickets for The Roadmender show go on sale 9am this Friday, April 6th via gigsandtours.com, ticketmaster.co.uk, and theroadmender.com.

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Miles Kane to play The Roadmender

Wirral-born singer-songwriter Miles Kane has announced a return date at Northampton’s Roadmender. Kane the solo artist has been quiet recently as he shifted his attention to The Last Shadow Puppets,…

Wirral-born singer-songwriter Miles Kane has announced a return date at Northampton’s Roadmender.

Kane the solo artist has been quiet recently as he shifted his attention to The Last Shadow Puppets, his band with Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys, for their 2016 album release Everything You’ve Come to Expect. His last album was 2013’s Don’t Forget Who You Are, the tour for which also saw him play The Roadmender.

“It’s been too long since I’ve been on stage”, Kane says. “I cannot wait to get up and perform a high energy set with a couple of new bangers thrown in! Bring it on!” Kane is currently in the studio working on a new record.

This time he appears on Friday June 1st. Tickets are £20, and will go on sale from this Thursday March 29th at 9am. Visit The Roadmender site then to purchase.

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Paloma Faith to play Towcester Racecourse this summer

Paloma Faith will headline Towcester Racecourse this summer as part of her 20-date tour across the UK. The London singer-songwriter, who released her latest album The Architect last November, comes…

Paloma Faith will headline Towcester Racecourse this summer as part of her 20-date tour across the UK. The London singer-songwriter, who released her latest album The Architect last November, comes to our county on Saturday July 28. Tickets go on sale on this Friday, February 2, at 9am.

Faith said: “I am so excited to be touring and to bringing the music I love to fans all over the country. “It has been wonderful to see how popular The Architect is, so I cannot wait to get on the stage and perform. We are going to have a terrific evening in Towcester”.

The Architect has sold almost a quarter of a million copies and spent eight weeks in the Top 10. It will soon be her fourth double platinum album in a row – a first for a British female artist.

Bronze tickets cost £37.50 [plus booking fees]. Silver and Golden Circle tickets are available for £45 and £55 respectively. For more details visit www.palomafaith.com, www.ticketmaster.co.uk, www.lhgtickets.com or www.towcester-racecourse.co.uk

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