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We love live music, and there’s plenty going on across the Yorkshire Coast! Here we’ll bring you reviews from the latest gigs and concerts in Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington.

If you’ve got a gig you would like us to review, or would like to get involved and review some gigs for us simply get in touch via info@yorkshirecoastgigs.co.uk

First of all, I should say that I grew up listening to a lot of The Beautiful South (and to a lesser extent, The Housemartins). At some point, it was apparently estimated that one in seven British households owned a copy of 'Carry On Up The Charts', and my childhood home was certainly one of those...

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When Elio Pace launches into a medley of just the introductions to Billy Joel songs in order to illustrate the classical roots of many of his compositions, you wonder if he's on a one man mission to reappraise Joel's music in the popular consciousness. There's certainly the possibility that for...

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Are you an all-singing, all-dancing, musical-loving maniac? Perhaps you're simply thirsty for a long, tall theatrical cocktail of witty scripting, agile physicality, and a (puppeteered, and slightly hirsute) sexy siren or two? Whatever your expectations of an excellent evening, as long as you can...

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I've never been to the Corporation Club before – in fact, I took several wrong turns and almost ended up at Peasholm Park at one point. Luckily I persevered, and my inherently terrible sense of direction didn't keep me from getting there in time to enjoy the gig in its entirety.

Once there, I...

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Nobody can say Alan Lewis isn't a hard worker. At just 17 years old and still studying for his IB Diploma at Scarborough College, Alan released his debut EP 'Wild' at the Scarborough Fair Collection, Flower of May Holiday Park, with a lively and extravagant launch party offering an...

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Musicport has got to be one of the friendliest music festivals in the country. Strangers befriend one another, willingly swapping life stories, festival anecdotes and contact details.

Having married at an earlier Musicport (at the behest of co-organiser Jim McLaughlin, who’d booked a...

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