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Final additions and stage splits announced for Slam Dunk Festival

The final additions to the line-up for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival have been announced with Watford mob Lower Than Atlantis, emo icons Say Anything, Chicago favourites Homesafe and easycore heroes Me Vs. Hero set to join the already impressive line-up for the Leeds city centre all-dayer.

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Review - Tenors Unlimited, Theatre Royal Wakefield

Review - Tenors Unlimited, Theatre Royal Wakefield

I’m going to let you into a little secret, the three chaps who make up Tenors Unlimited are not all tenors. Although Scott Ciscon and Jem Sharples can lay claim to the label, Paul Martin is actually a bass-baritone - not that it matters one jot. In fact incorporating Martin’s harmonies into the mix makes for a richer, more well-balanced sound that makes their music even more accessible to a wider audience.

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Clare Bowen and Charles Eston in action during Nashville in Concert at First Direct Arena. PIC: Anthony Longstaff

REVIEW: Nashville comes to Leeds - in all sorts of guises

I NEVER expected to hear Don’t Look Back In Anger at the Nashville In Concert Farewell tour.
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Steve Harley

Review - Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel at the Picturedrome Holmfirth

Still hobbling and using a crutch for support after suffering a broken hip six weeks ago, Steve Harley took to the stage at the Holmfirth Picturedrome for a sell out gig at one of his favourite venues.

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Big night of punk with with Angelic Upstarts

Big night of punk with with Angelic Upstarts

Angelic Upstarts

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Global superstar Don brings a slice of American Pie to the Halifax stage

Global superstar Don brings a slice of American Pie to the Halifax stage

Don McLean’s American Pie (pictured)became an anthem for a generation and even today remains one of the most instantly recognisable records of all time.

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Choral Society performs The Creation 200 years on

Choral Society performs The Creation 200 years on

It was a beginning in every sense of the word and fittingly Halifax Choral Society turns to Haydn’s oratorio The Creation - the first piece it ever performed - for the next strand of its bicentennial season on Sunday.

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Courtney Marie Andrews, gig in Leeds.

Acclaimed singer Courtney set for Leeds show

Hot on the heels of releasing her new album Arizona singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews is heading to Leeds.

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KOYO release their new single Jettisoned this month.

Music interview – KOYO: ‘People can expect a relentless, sonic spectacle from start to finish’

Less than seven months have passed since KOYO launched their critically acclaimed debut album, and with festival dates at Download, Camden Rocks, Bliss Camp, Great Escape Festival and Live at Leeds upcoming this year, the band are heading around the UK with a series of exclusive free warm up shows.

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The songs of Kurt Weill

The songs of Kurt Weill

‘Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill’

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‘Rat Pack’ of Opera

‘Rat Pack’ of Opera

Tenors Unlimited

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All that jazz

All that jazz

Kristian Borring Quartet

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A slice of the 60s

A slice of the 60s

Bringing On Back The 60s

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Outstanding ensemble will close concert season

Pelleas Ensemble: From Bach to Bax

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Aljaz and Janette sashay into town

Aljaz and Janette sashay into town

Remembering Fred

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Marsicans, who have been announced as the headliner of the PRS Momentum Fund showcase, at The Wardrobe.

Live At Leeds presents: The Unconference

Live At Leeds is continuing its role in supporting and championing new music with a full day of programmed talks, workshops and insights from across the music industry.

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Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump on stage with a dancing girl at the 2016 Leeds Festival. Picture: Ian Harber

Fall Out Boy take on a ‘Yorkshire Burritos’ challenge

To celebrate their upcoming headline slot at the 2018 Leeds Festival, Fall Out Boy have honoured a piece of Yorkshire cuisine by seeing how many ‘Yorkshire Burritos’ they can roll in 90 seconds.

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Happy concert promises an evening of great music

Happy

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Naughty Baby Claire admits she’s crazy for songs of George and Ira

Naughty Baby Claire admits she’s crazy for songs of George and Ira

Crazy for You

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