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July @ The Greystones

As sure as the night follows day, The Greystones delivers another month of live music. Here are some of our top picks. 

John Reilly and Boy on a Dolphin

Friday 14th July, Saturday 15th July // 8PM // £12.00

From dolphin trainer to charity hitmaker, Boy on a Dolphin frontman John Reilly has led quite the life. Fortunately, he’s more bothered about his music than creatures from the deep these days, so there’ll be no splash zone at this show at The Greystones. Come and take in the band’s warm, melodic, personal songs and enjoy a genuine Sheffield treasure.

Tickets available here

Jim Lauderdale

Tuesday 18th July // 7:30PM // £15

With a career that is 28 albums deep with a number of hits written for other artists also, you’ll never have time to listen to the extensive body of work that Jim Lauderdale has put together. Instead, head down to The Greystones and take in the rootsy, country, bluesy stylings of a genuine master of compelling songwriting.

Tickets available here

Standard Lamps

Tuesday 25th July // 7:45PM // £8.00
With a stint supporting The Who under their belt, what started as frontman Mike Wilton’s personal MySpace project has grown into a genuine contender on the live circuit. Don’t be fooled by the fact that Standard Lamps are a three piece – these boys really know how to make a noise playing their own brand folksy, indie blues with a raw edge. Come to The Greystones and find out why Roger and Pete rate them so highly.

Tickets available here


Friday 28th July // 8:00PM // From £17.00

“Six of the best musical ambassadors Scotland could ever have wished for… a living, breathing, 12 legged party waiting to happen” are the words of one critic who was lucky enough to come and see one of Scotland’s most promising young bands. Come and find out for yourself if they are right by experiencing the folk-rock six-piece at The Greystones.

Tickets available here

For full monthly listings of what’s on at The Greystones head here.

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  1. Mark

    I’m lucky to have The Greystones in my back garden. It’s not a massive venue but it’s perfect for an intimate gig. They always have loads of well kept Thornbridge real ale on too. It’s just a great boozer.

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