Let’s have a Show of Hands for Sheffield Cathedral show

There cannot be many venues across the UK and beyond that British folk ambassadors Show of Hands have not already conquered with their inimitable delivery of folk, roots and acoustic music.


VIDEO: Scouting For Girls, Atomic Kitten, Go West, Right Said Fred and Lucy Spraggan to play 2018 Wentworth Music Festival

Chart-toppers Scouting For Girls will headline the second Wentworth Music Festival with a star-studded main stage line-up also including Atomic Kitten, Go West, Right Said Fred and Lucy Spraggan, it was revealed today..
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Mr Jukes on stage.

From Bombay to Sheffield for Mr Jukes

Bombay Bicycle Club frontman Jack Steadman brings his solo show to Sheffield this weekend following the release of his debut album, God First.

Barbara Dickson performs at Sheffield City Hall on Sunday, September 24.

Sheffield set to know Barbara Dickson so well

Sheffield City Hall is preparing to welcome Scottish music royalty to the stage.

Jim Reid, left, and brother William, of The Jesus and Mary Chain.

Joyful Jesus and Mary Chain reunited and heading for Sheffield

The second coming of The Jesus and Mary Chain is far more about joy than the damage which led to the band’s break-up the first time around.

When Five become three, or 5ive.

Five-star attraction at South Yorkshire festival

Nineties boyband 5ive – famous for hits such as Slam Dunk (Da Funk) – are back together and preparing to headline a South Yorkshire music festival.

Erica Nockalls and Miles Hunt.

South Yorkshire shows for Wonderstuff duo

Music for “nights in genteel company” is promised when two of the stars British alt-rock favourites The Wonder Stuff take to the stage in South Yorkshire.

The Sherlocks.

Sherlocks Living for the Moment of biggest Sheffield headline show

Rising South Yorkshire stars The Sherlocks are gearing up for a triumphant homecoming gig this weekend.


PREVIEW: Indie rock royalty Reverend and the Makers crown return to glory with The Death Of A King

The king is dead. Long live Sheffield indie rock royalty Reverend and the Makers who look set to crown a return to their glory days by storming back up the charts with new album The Death Of A King.
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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: The Sherlocks Live For The Moment as debut album is set to be a smash hit

Live for the Moment is the long-awaited debut album from latest Radio 1 sensations The Sherlocks and the moment is finally here - it's put now.
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John Mayall. Picture: Roni Newman.

Veteran blues star, 83, has no plans to hang up guitar just yet

The veteran guitarist regarded by many people as the Godfather of British Blues returns to the UK for another tour which will feature tracks from his latest album, Talk About That – his 65th original long-player.

Kirk Brandon, right, and cellist Sam Sansbury.

Spear star Kirk Brandon set for acoustic Sheffield show

The veteran voice of Spear of Destiny, Theatre of Hate and Dead Men Walking is preparing for an “aKoustic” show in Sheffield.

The Sherlocks are, from left, Josh Davidson, Kiaran Crook, Brandon Crook and Andy Davidson.

Sheffield’s Sherlocks Living for Moment of album release

Live for the Moment is the long-awaited debut album from Sheffield favourites The Sherlocks and the moment is finally here – it is out tomorrow.

Sweet Little Machine.

Sweet competition for Sheffield bands

Up-and-coming bands across Sheffield could follow in the footsteps of Steel City pop-punk act Sweet Little Machine and win a slot on the Fireball Tour.

Saints Among Us.

Saints Among Us in Doncaster

Four Saints will be among their South Yorkshire brethren when they roar on to the stage in Doncaster.

Adam Torres.

Texan Torres heading for Sheffield’s Lamplight Club

American singer-songwriter Adam Torres is touring the UK this month - including festivals and a show in Sheffield.

Meadowlark are Kate McGill and Dan Broadley.

Meadowlark’s Postcard collection set to rock Sheffield’s Rocking Chair

Alt-pop duo Meadowlark are sending out Postcards ahead of a headline show in Sheffield.

Def Leppard shifted 30 million copies of their Hysteria album.

Sheffield rock legends Def Leppard aiming for Hysteria about iconic album’s re-release

Forty years ago, one of Sheffield’s biggest bands was formed, playing their first gig in the dining hall at the old Westfield School in Mosborough.

Kashmere play The Leopard in Doncaster later this month

Arctic Monkeys-inspired Kashmere aiming high ahead of Doncaster date

ere is a “good feeling” about Kashmere claims frontman Joey Newey as they prepare to go on tour – with his sights set on being as least as big as their inspiration, Sheffield’s own Arctic Monkeys.

Rat Boy.

Scum signing at Sheffield store by Rat Boy

Fresh from selling out London’s Roundhouse and being sampled on Kendrick Lamar’s huge album Damn, musician Rat Boy releases his debut album tomorrow.

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