Performers: Sunday

The Cavern Club

The Cavern Club opened its doors in 1957, originally as a jazz club, and now stands as ‘The Most Famous Club In The World”. Undoubtedly, without the 292 gigs The Beatles played here between February 1961 and August 1963, the Cavern’s story would be a very different one. But they did play those 292 gigs… Read more »

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Kaiser Chiefs

“Kaiser Chiefs have done rather well out of having ideas above our station,” decides Ricky Wilson, reflecting on the multi-platinum pop crusade which began 14 years ago. Kaiser Chiefs, sixth album Stay Together is a spiky, surprisingly romantic affair bursting with the verve, ambition and great tunes that first propelled the band to household name… Read more »

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The Hoosiers

“We came back to it for a very simple reason: we started enjoying writing songs again.” Their description of how The Hoosiers re-formed, and in doing so reconnected with what had made them start a band in the first place, is matter-of-fact, but the expression on their faces as they say this is passionate, conveying… Read more »

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Toploader

90s icons Toploader are back with brand new material including a full length album and new singles in 2017. This much anticipated fourth album, Seeing Stars, features singles ‘Roll With The Punches’ and ‘Boom Song’ (produced by Andy Green). It will be accompanied by a full UK tour and festival appearances across big events around… Read more »

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