Bring Me The Horizon hit a new career milestone with a truly unforgettable performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.
Backed by a choir and full orchestra, the rock quintet treated over five thousand people to unique show that included live song debuts as well as a rare throwback to a previous era in order to provide this majestic venue with pandemonium the like of which it is unlikely to have ever seen before!
The world’s number one tribute to Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys, the Antarctic Monkeys, embarked on the steel city’s Plug venue for yet another unforgettable performance. I spoke with the quartet prior to the show to find out more about life as a tribute band.
King Charles thrilled a large crowd at Sheffield’s Leadmill on the second night of his UK tour following the release of his new album ‘Gamble For A Rose’.
Supported by the entertaining Ryan O’Reilly, who was performing his first ever show in the steel city, the 30-year-old singer-songwriter headlined with a memorable performance that included new tracks including the album’s title track and ‘Loose Change For Boatman’, as well as past material that got the crowd going including ‘Bam Bam’ and ‘Love Lust’ – which ended the set on a high.
Two and a half years after bidding farewell to the UK, Bowling For Soup were back in Sheffield for another round! With hits including ‘Emily’, ‘1985’, ‘High School Never Ends’ and ‘Girl All The Bad Guys Want’ mixed with non-stop joking around, the band performed an incredibly memorable performance than the Steel City crowd won’t be forgetting any time soon!
I sat down with bassist Erik Chandler before the band headlined the O2 Academy to find out why they decided to come back and more about this hugely popular band.
Jackson Caged, one of the mainstays of the Sheffield music scene since their formation a decade ago, are back after a short hiatus with a new line-up and big dreams. I sat down with the metal quartet before their album release show at Corporation to find out more about the band.
Inherit The Stars kicked off 2016 with a packed-out show at The Rocking Chair to release the new single ‘Fortune Favours The Brave’. Before the gig I sat down with the band to find out more about this highly-rated Sheffield quartet.
The Bootleg Beatles, the world’s oldest and most successful tribute band, rocked a sold out Sheffield City Hall with a magnificent, hit-packed performance in the ultimate recreation of The Beatles. The ‘Fab Four’ performed hits from all era’s of the career of the world’s most famous band during a two-and-a-half hour performance. Click below to see a gallery of the evening.