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for The Yorkshire Coast

 

Welcome to the dedicated website for music news along the Yorkshire Coast! We bring you gig listings, interviews, competitions and much more for Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, Bridlington and the surrounding area.

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Northern Symphony Festival is the UK's first ever symphonic metal festival. The event aims to celebrate the UK's symphonic metal scene and give symphonic metal fans a chance to discover new bands within the genre. One thing is for sure - fans can expect a wide range of symphonic inspired metal on...

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The Nag's Head in Scalby was packed on Thursday evening for the launch of the weekly "All Ears" open mic sessions.  Run by Phil Hooley with PA, keyboard and guitars are set up, the evening starts at around 8.30pm.  Here's what  Phil had to say about the first one which took place on...

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After tickets for their upcoming UK and Ireland tour sold-out within just two minutes, Royal Blood can now announce details of a major European tour which includes their biggest headline show to date at London’s O2 Academy Brixton and a date at The Spa Bridlington...

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Reviews / Gigs

Adrian Riley reviews the Clark Tracey Quartet and the E.A.S.Y Band at Scarborough Jazz Festival

'Generations' is a regular theme in the jazz world. Jazz history is generally grouped around generations who pioneered new styles - swing, be-bop, hard-bop, fusion... And whilst many jazz musicians...

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David Wright reviews Timezone at Scarborough Jazz Festival

Such is the diversity of acts at this year's jazz festival, the sounds of a steel drummer can be heard from the café beside the grand hall just before this original and interesting six-piece take to the stage.

"I had so many Cuban rhythms...

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David Wright reviews The Little Radio (Iain Bellamy and Stian Carstensen) at Scarborough Jazz Festival

It is hard to believe that this ever-growing festival is now in its twelfth year; and we are reminded a little of its roots when saxophonist Iain Bellamy recalls playing with button...

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