REVIEW: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds supported by Reverend and the Makers @ Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, February 19th

by Lucy Howell 20. February 2012 14:55
Support tonight comes from Sheffield’s own Reverend and the Makers. They walk on to the vast stage to face the sea of people that have made it down in time especially to catch their set and reward them by opening with fan favourite ‘Open Your Window’. The abrasive indie pop tune ex... [More]

The Enemy, Bloomin' Nice Blokes

by Marc Bridgen 6. February 2010 11:51
I have had the joy of seeing The Enemy live a few times and they absolutely rock it! So I was chuffed to get their newsletter today and thought I would share the great news with y'all... "The Enemy are taking some time off for a few months but that doesn't mean that I'm not writing songs! I have be... [More]

Sheffield Leadmill Xmas Party - 19th Dec - Reverend and Bromheads

by Leeroy 15. December 2009 16:52
I'm sat here slightly in shock today, with just a couple of days left one of the most intimate shows Reverend and the Makers have done for the last couple of years still hasn't sold out. The Leadmill, one of, if not the best venue in Sheffield is holding a Christmas party, it's been a bit lax on gi... [More]

Calvin Harris Confirmed for Liverpool Music Week!

by Gig Nutter 9. September 2009 16:28
CALVIN HARRIS ANNOUNCED FOR LIVERPOOL MUSIC WEEK 2009With the rise in stardom that is Calvin Harris, the self proclaimed reinventor of disco will be performing at The Liverpool 02 academy on Tuesday 10th November. This will be the Scotsmans 2nd visit back to the city this year following his main s... [More]

Tramlines festival - Sheffield - Day three

by Leeroy 31. July 2009 15:25
Day 3 - Sunday 26th July After the glorious weather the few days before, when the rain started in the early hours of Sunday morning, it was bound to affect the outdoor stages at Tramlines. So when I finally rolled out of bed and into town (around 3pm for those with any interest in my screwed up sle... [More]

Tramlines festival - Sheffield - Day one

by Leeroy 27. July 2009 16:31
"Sheffield deserves this" a brave quote from one of Tramlines Festival's organisers, James O'Hara, but in the aftermath of the biggest party Sheffield has seen for years, a deserved one. A city synonymous with music has been waiting for a weekend where all genre's, all ages, and all trends get toget... [More]

Tramlines festival - Sheffield this weekend

by Leeroy 21. July 2009 11:09
Sheffield - A City on The Move, or so the 1970's clip used at the start of 'The Full Monty' told us, it later led to gloomy picture of unemployment and run down industry and male stripping. Much has changed since the clip and that film, but one thing that has run through the blood and 5 rivers of Sh... [More]

The Enemy, Somerset House 10/07/09

by amy walker 15. July 2009 01:15
Fresh from their first support slots for Oasis at Wembley Stadium, Reverend And The Makers and The Enemy took to Somerset House to play a gig for the Summer Series. The picturesque courtyard filled up slowly as gig-goers filed out of work and onto the Strand, before heading straight for the bar. The... [More]

Why I didn't see Oasis

by Leeroy 13. July 2009 17:40
Last week I was offered some free tickets for this weekend to go and see Oasis at Wembley stadium, for most people this would be a no brainer, one of the biggest bands in Europe, at one of the best stadium venues, Wembley Stadium, with Reverend and the Makers and Kasabian, two of the best live bands... [More]

Live Review: Reverend And The Makers –08/07/2009 - KOKO

by Audiofrog 9. July 2009 13:45
  Back into the gig front last night when B, my regular gig buddy, and I went to check out Reverend And The Makers at KOKO.First on were The Pangs, who seemed completely taken aback by the size of the crowd (maybe 50 people strong at that point) but then again they claimed to have been playi... [More]

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