7 Sheffield gigs to go to this November
Get your live music fix in Sheffield with this lot…
The Plug // 9 Nov // £15
Returning from a crowd-sourced tour of Latin America, Lucy Rose is set to bring her indie folk goodness, along with her latest album Something’s Changing, to The Plug this November.
Yellow Arch Studios // 10 Nov // £7
After welcoming new bass player Paul to the band this summer, Sheffield four-piece High Hazels are stopping off at Yellow Arch Studios this month to show off their new music, alongside everyone’s old favourites.
London African Gospel Choir perform Paul Simon’s Graceland
The Plug // 11 Nov // From £12
Backed by a group of top musicians, the London African Gospel Choir are heading over to The Plug to bring us Paul Simon’s Grammy Award winning album, Graceland, in its entirety. Described as ‘the most uplifting, energising evening’ get ready to sing and dance along to all the hits, including ‘The Boy in the Bubble’ and ‘You Can Call Me Al’.
The Graystones // 15 Nov // £8
They killed it on the John Peel Stage this year at Glastonbury, and now Belfast/London duo Rews are heading over to The Graystones to deliver their gritty rock guitar and drum sound.
Sheffield Sgt. Pepper Project
O2 Academy // 25 Nov // £12.50 (plus booking fee)
Following the success of their appearance at Tramlines, a group of Sheffield’s best musicians are ready to pay homage to The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on its 50th anniversary.
Skinny Lister & Beans on Toast
The Leadmill // 25 Nov // £14
With both bands playing full sets, this is going to be one big party. For Skinny Lister, this tour wraps up the celebration of their third critically acclaimed album. For Beans on Toast, it’s tradition for him to tour this time of year, with his ninth album arriving in December. Get ready to experience a modern take on old English folk from two bands who are no strangers to touring and having a good time.
O2 Academy // 30 Nov // £28.50 (plus booking fee)
After sold-out UK tours, World tours and slots at many UK festivals, British indie-rockers, The Charlatans, are stopping off at the O2 Academy in support of their latest album, Different Days.