Music What’s On
The Sage Gateshead: May 24th 2017
Best known for their now classic songs ‘Linger’, ‘Zombie’ and ‘Dreams’, The Cranberries will perform specially orchestrated versions of their many hits with each show on the tour featuring a string quartet.
Acoustic Nights @ Cosy Dove
Cosy Dove: May 3rd 2017
A weekly Wednesday showcase of acoustic music: originals, covers and a great time guaranteed for all!
Chris Sharkey Trio
Jazz Cafe: May 10th 2017 - ongoing
Inspired by classic live jazz recordings from the 50s and early 60s.
Take it to the Bridge
The Globe: Apr 12th 2017 - ongoing
The North East’s longest-running jam session, or jazz workshop.
Jonny Boyle's Tyne Bar Sessions
The Tyne Bar: May 3rd 2017
Players welcome. Drinks for all performers.
Gnod / White Hills
The Cluny: May 24th 2017
A Mancunian psychedelia collective drawing on influences as disparate as Afro-beat, krautrock, drone, noise and jazz. GNOD's music rotates and expands around a constantly changing line-up, summoning the freak 'n' roll of Ash Ra Tempel, the motorik beat of Neu! and the groove of early Can.
The Cluny 2: May 24th 2017
Terry Reid, Superlungs as he’s affectionately known, is without doubt one of the greatest rock/soul voices this country has ever produced or is indeed likely to.
Think Tank? Underground: May 24th 2017
Bristol-based ambient pop artist Stevie Parker is influenced by the rock and electro genres, making for a heady experience.
Rodney Graham: Live Music Performance
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art: May 24th 2017
Giving a rare live performance with his band in a unique setting overlooking the River Tyne, marking his new album release and exhibition at BALTIC.
Theatre Royal: May 25th 2017
The tour will see this Welsh singer unveil another side to his talents, as an artist, songwriter and storyteller.
Doctors of Madness
The Georgian Theatre: May 25th 2017
The missing link between David Bowie and The Sex Pistols. Exploding onto the music scene in 1975 with their theatrical, William Burroughs-inspired Sci-fi nightmare, they were misunderstood by many, but those who knew understood the importance of the band’s dangerous, uncompromising approach to lyrics, to music and to performance.
Aaron James Cashell
Hoochie Coochie: May 25th 2017
Accompanied by his band and London MC Wrighty.
The Beach Boys
The Sage Gateshead: May 25th 2017