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The Saturday at Staxtonbury 2015 brought another day filled with original and cover bands. This year we saw a number of up and coming bands from across the country including Red Star and The Sherlocks.

Once again, our hard working contributors were out and about soaking up the festival...

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Staxtonbury 2015 opened on Friday 3rd July with a range of cover and original bands for all tastes. Our contributing reviewers and photographers were out in force to document the evening. 

With three stages to cover plus the jamming tent, there was plenty going on for any type of music fan...

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With a huge line-up of artists spread across a variety of stages enjoyed by a record number of attendees, this year's Beverly Folk Festival was among the best in its history - if you weren't lucky enough to get there yourself, take a look at these fantastic photos by our contributing photographer...

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A fantastic summer venue when the weather gets it right, Scarborough's Open Air Theatre is no stranger to big crowds and bigger names. Despite a rainy start to the day, the sun started to break through the clouds as thousands flooded through the gates and by the time the first band came to the...

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Chapter 3 is a brand new project headed by Scarborough’s Mike Lynskey and Sant'Angelo Resources. The moveable 'Pop-Up' live music venue has so far made its home at Quid’s Inn every Thursday, showcasing a mix of original bands, both local and from further afield. Their aim is to work with pubs...

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Having covered a few other bands at The Corporation Club (The Nightingales, Crumplehorns, Trust Fund...) I'm definitely beginning to see it as one of the few beacons of passionate, interesting live music left in Scarborough.

Hailing from my own hometown of Whitby, Dirty Pearls were the first band...

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