The High Hollers are an unfiltered taste of life off the beaten track.
"The Little Big band are delighted to be back at HEART putting some swing into Spring this April. The 19 piece big band will be playing music from across the eras and genres from Glenn Miller to Queen; with it's three singers any music is possible. Whether you want to put on your dancing shoes and take to the floor or sit and relax, there should be something for everyone." BUY TICKETS
This is the first Music for the Head and Heart evening for 2020 with three more fantastic artists from music lovers for music lovers. Featured artists are: TONY LAMBERT, SCOTT WAINWRIGHT and KING SIZE SLIM. BUY TICKETS
Mister Dodo Bones and the One Eyed Jacks are making a welcome return to HEART - this time with a new album called Taking Names
Dylan Bible (Guitar) & Amanda Fardy (Vocals) an acclaimed County Waterford based duo making a welcome return to Leeds by popular demand.
CJ Smith has been writing, performing and recording great blues-inspired music for nearly 40 years. His songs, tender, gritty and warm demand comparison with Van Morrison, John Martyn and James Taylor. The CJ Smith Band features some of the best musicians Yorkshire has produced…
Tuesday Night Live - THE HIGH HOLLERS. Born in a boxcar from the harp and soul of Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, the reckless roll of Carl Perkins, the joy of jug band and the heartbreak of Hank, Huddie and Woody. One-part harmonica. One-part guitar, this dusty duo has busked, picked, stomped and wailed for over 10 years, wherever feet tap.
Shaku are a 6-piece outfit hailing from all four corners of the globe. Infusing your musical nourishment with a 'six of your five a day' blend that is sure to fulfil your dietary desires with their unique blend of old school Jazz-Rock, Funk, and Blues.
Hazjak were formed in 2018 bringing together Steve Chapman Smith a respected singer songwriter and performer who has released three solo albums over the last 6 years and Lynne O'Malley one third of the highly acclaimed a capella trio Yan Tan Tether and frequent singer with Henry Priestman.
Celia Bryce has been a stalwart of the Tyneside music scene for years with a background steeped in traditional, Irish & country music with a tinge of the blues. Tonight she's backed by a team of battle-hardened musicians from northeast bands as diverse as Morgan Le Fey, the Bill Stickers Band & the Moat Brothers playing songs from her forthcoming and previous two albums.