The lovely people over at Sucker present a Lockdown Week full of live music kicking off this Monday 1 February. Featuring a range of artists including Maddy Storm, Jessica Luise and Seagoth – the performances will be streaming from the Sucker Facebook page all week to keep you entertained during lockdown. Keep your eyes peeled there for times and more info – meanwhile, find the full line up below.
A Band Called Tom / Alex Ohm / Apollo Junction / Charity Stow / Conrad Deadly / Dame / Demelza / Eilidh Robertson / Elijah Miller / Grace Bland / Harry Strange / Hunybees / Indoor Foxes / Jack Cattell / Jack Frohlich / Jessica Luise / Joe Astley / Joe Barley / Katie Sandy / Konner / Luna Blue / Maddy Storm / Master Soul Boy / Matilda Bond / Midge / Myles Cheshire / Myriam Adams / Naomi Dawes / Natalie Shay / Overpass / Perry Manning / Rookie / Sam Seccombe / Seagoth / Shai Brides / Siva / Sophie Kilburn / Sounds Like A Storm / Split The Dealer / Sukko / Tenacity / The Dead Freights / The Rambling Club / Tom Lumley & The Brave Liason / TV Coma / Vansleep / Yellowlees / Ynes
After the success of their launch last month, Manchester’s Scruff Of The Neck TV brings us regular programming from now on. Their music channel over on Twitch features live performances and interviews from the label’s offices in the city centre. Be sure to tune in Tuesday 2 to Saturday 6 February this week from 7:30pm each evening and see who’s on the line-up this week…
Thrive Hive Fest brings us an online line-up of up-and-coming bands, solo artists and poets across two days this week (Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February). Tickets are just £10 and proceeds go towards the Tameside, Oldham and Glossop branch of Mind to support better mental health. We’ve detailed the line-up below and you can find out more by visiting the official Facebook page. Hit the link below to get your ticket.
Timkwant (Lapwing) / Izzie Yardley / Freeda / The Feens / Kashmere / Megan Dixon Hood / Jess Kemp / Leon The Pig Farmer / Chloe Jones / Ambiere / Ives / Alabaster Queen / Loastate / Jack Fletcher / William Ayot / Ethan & The Reformation / Rita Faria / Germanc / Mercy Kelly / Paul McGladdery / The Prestons / Jason Bromley / Cosmic Mother / Neil Wardleworth / Kieran McMahon / Born & Bred Dance Theatre / The Film Shed / Anita Lee / Dan Evans / Bryn Chapman
Back with their 28th live stream this Sunday 7 February, We Are Manchester Live present performances from Wigan band Rivver, Altrincham’s Spangled plus singer-songwriters Warren Ireland and Cory Foster. Taking place over on the We Are Manchester Youtube channel – settle in for an afternoon of music from around 3:30pm. It’s free to watch – but if you can, purchase a ticket to help out the artists.
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