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Listing Of What's On At Band On The Wall, Manchester

 
 
 
 
Band On The Wall, 25 Swan Street, The Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 5JZ (Map)
 
 
 
 
 
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ROBERT FORSTER & BAND
Thursday 16th May 2019

To celebrate and promote the 1 March 2019 release of Robert Forster’s new album Inferno, we would like to announce the dates for his 2019 European Tour. Robert will be undertaking his first full band run of shows across Europe in eleven years.

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URBAN THEORY
Friday 17th May 2019

Scruff of the Neck bring the Manchester-based indie/post-punk band, URBAN THEORY, to Band on the Wall.

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TOO MANY ZOOZ
Sunday 19th May 2019

Too Many Zooz are a busking phenomenon born in the subways of New York City. Their unique sound somehow manages to smash together jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms, funk and even EDM structures and house music. They have racked up millions of views of their amazing live videos on YouTube.

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LINIKER O ES CARAMELOWS
Tuesday 21st May 2019

Shaking things up to high-gear, Brazilian funk, moving from ballad to a reggae bridge, eventually exploding into a majestic African-based Candomblé rhythmic finish as they spiral upwards towards wider acclaim and recognition. Seeing them this close helps to understand just how they cast their musical magic on their audiences.

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CRAIG CHARLES FUNK & SOUL CLUB
Saturday 25th May 2019

Taking the flavoursome funk far into the night as the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club returns to Band on the Wall with acclaimed DJ, actor, presenter, BBC 6 Music legend and funkster about town Craig Charles manning the decks and tearing the roof off the famous Band on the Wall once again.

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CONNAN MOCKASIN
Monday 27th May 2019

New Zealand dream pop enigma Connan Mockasin performs a very rare, intimate bank holiday show at Band on the Wall.

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CEDRIC BURNSIDE
Tuesday 28th May 2019

Take one glance at the iconic tintype photograph which serves as the cover to his new album, Benton County Relic, and you know immediately that Cedric Burnside is the real deal. “When I first saw it, I thought I looked like an outlaw,” he laughs.

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BALOJI
Wednesday 29th May 2019

Baloji is an artist in motion, a musician, poet, film director, a man of images and ideas. He’s in motion like the inhabitants of Avenue Kaniama in Lubumbashi. In motion like the synthetic afro beats he produces, the fruit of an unlikely alliance between rock-rumba and futurist funk. In perpetual motion, like his limbs on stage as he fronts the Kaniama Show band, leading them in a sensual voodoo trance.

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RIOT JAZZ BRASS BAND
Thursday 30th May 2019

Riot Jazz Brass Band hail from the grimy protoplasm of Manchester’s prolific creative scene. Since 2008, they have been spreading unconditional love and irresistible energy across the nation and continent.

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RONI SIZE
Friday 31st May 2019

Roni Size’s whole life has been about building something new from whatever was around him. From Bristol youth club parties, through the white heat of rave and the founding moments of jungle and drum’n’bass, to transforming underground electronic music into something that could be played by a live band on the biggest arena and festival stages...

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PIP BLOM
Saturday 1st June 2019

Amsterdam-based Pip Blom started writing, recording & releasing her own indie-pop tunes with a twist in 2016. Early songs, which were simply uploaded to the internet, quickly amassed thousands & thousands of plays – prompting Pip to recruit a band & start playing them live. In stepped brother Tender Blom on backing vocals & guitar, Darek Mercks on bass & Gini Cameron on drums, with Pip herself fronting on guitar on vocals.

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SONG OF THE SOUL ft VIKRAM HAZRA
Sunday 2nd June 2019

The Sajda Festival of South Asian Performing Arts returns to Band on the Wall to present Vikram Hazra in concert with Soumya Jyoti Ghosh (flute), for an evening of inspirational music; a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th anniversary.

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SAMBROSO ALL STARS PRESENT: THE BUENA VISTA
Thursday 6th June 2019

Sambroso All Stars return to Band on the Wall to showcase one of the most iconic album’s in living memory. The 7-piece all star band took the venue by storm last February with two sold out shows, mesmerising the audience with their combination of Cuban Son, Latin Jazz and Rumba.

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RAHSANN PATTERSON
Friday 7th June 2019

Soul vocalist and songwriter Rahsaan Patterson is another in the line of new-school R&B singers who displayed a bit more integrity than most of the chart-toppers during the 1990s.

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FEMI KUTI
Sunday 9th June 2019

The superstar of afrobeat, Femi Kuti, returns for a UK tour. Kuti is the eldest son of afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, and a grandchild of a political campaigner, women’s rights activist and traditional aristocrat Funmilayo Ransome Kuti. Born in London but growing up in Lagos, Nigeria, Femi’s musical career started at just 15 when he began playing in his father’s band, the legendary Egypt 80 in 1979.

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