West Yorkshire duo The Dunwells continue their series of daily live streams this week. Since the start of Lockdown 1, brothers Joe and Dave have played over two hundred free shows so far with over 1 million views. Taking place over on their official Facebook page, you can join the lads this Monday 15 February from 6pm for an indie-folk/Americana blend of powerful melodies and heartfelt lyrics.
False Heads play an exclusive live set for Bristol venue The Louisiana this Tuesday 16 February. The London-based three piece rock/punk outfit will be live over on The Louisiana Facebook page from 7pm. Check out the event page linked below for more details on how to tune in.
Manchester’s Scruff Of The Neck have another week of music in store over on their Twitch channel. Kicking off on Wednesday 17 February, viewers can tune in to hear songwriter Jimmy Herrity and on Thursday 18 February be sure to check out local lad Rory Wynne. More acts are due to be announced in the next few days, so keep your eyes peeled on their website for more details.
North West collective Bread Records return with their second Cream of the Crop event of 2021 this Saturday 20 February. The monthly gig brings sets from four singer-songwriters in the local scene and the line-up this time includes – Tom Welsh, MILLICENT, Nat Dempsey and Olivia Browse. Kicking off from 1pm – head over to the Bread Records official Facebook page to tune in.
This Sunday marks the 30th live stream event from We Are Manchester and to celebrate, they’ve got something very special in store for us – with a bumper line-up featuring Matthew Holland and All The Kings Men, All Girls Arson Club, Battery Farm and Mark Radcliffe’s UNE. There will also be an interview with Louder Than War’s John Robb and introductions from local legend Clint Boon. To view this afternoon of music you’ll need to purchase a virtual ticket priced at £3.50 and these can be found in the link below.
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