Teenage Cancer Trust carries on its Unseen series with incredible never-before-seen-footage of live performances at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the charity throughout the years. Driven by patron Roger Daltrey of The Who (also on the line up) – music legends are stepping up by donating exclusive footage to support the cause during these difficult times, with this week featuring Paul Weller, Stereophonics and Noel Gallagher among others. From 8pm each evening over on the Teenage Cancer Trust Unseen official Youtube channel you can catch sets of some of the artists’ best-loved songs. The streams will be free to watch, but there will also be a link to donate to the charity if you’re able. See below for the week’s line-up and find out more via the button below.
Mon 12 October – Paul Weller
Tue 13 October – Stereophonics
Wed 14 October – Pulp
Thu 15 October – Noel Gallagher
Fri 16 October – Them Crooked Vultures
Sat 17 October – The Who
Sun 18 October – The Cure
Singer-songwriter Jake Fletcher is joined by Adrian Gautrey and Ben Gonzalez every Wednesday evening from 8pm as they livestream a performance from their studio attic space. You can tune in, request songs and chat music over on the official Facebook page. Catch a solo performance from Jake every Saturday at 8pm too. Although free-to-view, if you’re able, you can donate to the lads to help keep music live.
Boston Manor play a hometown gig live from the iconic Blackpool Tower this Thursday 15 October. Kicking off from 8pm, their first ever Blackpool show will be livestreamed and feature songs from latest record GLUE. You’ll need to purchase a virtual ticket to watch – and you can find these in the link below. Priced from £10-£30, merch bundles are also available.
This Thursday 15 October, pop band Glass Animals re-imagine their live show in virtual form. Live In The Internet will use the web as a performance space – with a set from the full band, special guests and striking set design and visuals also expected. To view you’ll need a virtual ticket priced from £12.50 up to £25 for a VIP option. For more info and to grab your ticket see the link below.
Once again, We Are Manchester brings us a Sunday afternoon of music – this Sunday 18 October being their 15th week to date and the line-up is looking pretty good. Featured this week are female-fronted intergenerational rock band Not Now Norman, the dark poetic Freya Beer, Manchester’s Sour Punch plus the dark and dreamy Lissy Taylor (who has a new EP Wildflowers out this Friday 16!). You can tune in by heading to the WAM Youtube channel from 4pm. For more info check out the event page below…
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