GIGS FOR FRIDAY 18th JULY
By Rob Nichols
Friday 19 Jul 2019 14:02:00
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Gig list originally prepared for Bob Fischer's Thursday night show on BBC Tees - which was played through in the first hour of the 7-10pm show accompanied by splashes of music from some of the acts.

FRIDAY 19 JULY

James Leonard Hewitson

Pellethead

Meltwater

Georgian Theatre

8pm-11pm

£6 adv


James Leonard Hewitson is a composer, singer-songwriter from Hartlepool, England.  James took up the trumpet aged 10, and subsequently graduated in Music aged 23. His influences include Gang of Four; ‪Charlotte Gainsbourg; ‪Jonathan Richman; Hartlepool United 2004-2005 Squad; Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer; People from the North East of England. The above results in an uplifting groove of indie-rock/slacker-pop, extremely catchy and enjoyable songs with witty, erudite lyrics.

After the demise in 2015 of his first band Arcs & Trauma, who played Reading & Leeds and got backing from BBC 6 Music, James played trumpet and toured with prominent north-east bands Kingsley Chapman & The Murder, and Frankie & The Heartstrings, the latter included an Academy tour supporting The Charlatans.

In 2016 the first proper 'James Leonard Hewitson' recordings were given online exposure and subsequently gained TV sync (Made in Chelsea, Tattoo Fixers), radio play and extensive blog interest then followed.

2019 has seen James bring a larger body of work forward. These energetic and thought provoking songs have a wry unexpected charm around modern day uncertainty, mental health, pop psychology, Not Love, self-improvement & self loathing. Since securing a publishing deal and a live agent, James has agreed the release of the single ‘Deader’ (June 26th), the first track to be taken from the album ‘Only The Noise Will Save Me’ which will be released via Butterfly Effect Records in the autumn.


FRIDAY 19 JULY

Fires Of Freya

Gaz Price

Reece Hanrahan

Doctor Brown's

Goosed Records

8pm-11.57pm

FREE

Fires of Freya will take to the stage at Doctor Browns Bar for a night of live original music! 1st ever performance in Middlesbrough!

An electrifying rock band with exhilarating monster guitar riffs and powerful vocals. Their supercharged music is an eclectic mix of rock songs which create a live performance that’s engaging from start to end. Watch out for their new single out soon!

 

FRIDAY 19 JULY

 

Follow Deep

Follow The Giant

Molly Kiss,

Holly Jade Christlow

The Confines (not certain they are playing – perhaps they can let us know)

Music Lounge

7.30pm until 1am

£4 Entry


What a night. Five!! great acts all offering something new and fresh get down for the night of your life !!!!

Follow Deep - Indie Alternative Rock (11.10pm - 11.50pm)
https://www.facebook.com/FollowDeepUK/


Follow The Giant - Pop Indie Rock ( 10.20pm – 11.05pm) from York
https://www.facebook.com/pg/followthegiant/about/?ref=page_internal


Molly Kiss - Folk Americana (9.30pm - 10.15pm)
https://www.facebook.com/mollyskissweb/


Holly Jade Christlow - Singer (8.30pm - 9.15pm)
https://www.facebook.com/hollyjcmusic/

 

FRIDAY 19 JULY

ANDREW JOHNSON (unplugged)

WHOLE LATTE LOVE

8pm

FREE

 

FRIDAY 19

FEED # 9

Special edition of Feed for Sonic Arts Week.
- SW1n-HUNTER
- HARMERGEDDON
- redhookgrainterminal
- Killy Dog Box
- Lacrima
- John Bowers

The Auxillary

31 Station Street, Middlesbrough

7pm-11pm

FREE


FEED is a project founded by Liam Slevin and Thomas Tyler in 2016, that looks to create a platform for experimental/none music in the Teesside area.

This is part of SONIC ARTS WEEK


SATURDAY 20 JULY

UNIT

Middlesbrough Town Hall

11 AM – 6 PM

Also part of SONIC ARTS WEEK

This is a free but ticketed event. Donations happily accepted on the day.

[UNIT] is an award winning audio/visual collective creating immersive performance, combining 3D sound and multi-directional video.

About this event.
The Auxiliary Project Space are delighted to bring the award winning performance[UNIT] to Middlesbrough Town Hall. As part of Sonic Arts Week, this immersive performance will be experienced by an audience at the Town Hall. Combining 3D sound and multi-directional video, [UNIT] breaks down traditional barriers between performers and audiences, placing everyone at the same level and encouraging movement and exploration.

Each version of [UNIT] is different, and this performance will react and respond to the unique location of the newly refurbished Town Hall.

The Auxiliary Project Space are generously funded by Arts Council England and Middlesbrough Council.
“Stunning!” - Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music

SATURDAY 20 JULY

PATO BANTON and the NOW GENERATION

BASECAMP

7.30-10.30pm (show 8pm)

£20

Dean Moore in association with Ten Feet Tall present Pato Banton & The Now Generation. Saturday 20 July at Base Camp Middlesbrough.

How's this for a coup! We are delighted to welcome international reggae star Pato Banton to Middlesbrough with his band The Now Generation.

Born Patrick Murray, the LA based star was given the nickname Pato Banton by his stepfather. Named after a Jamaican night owl that stays up all night calling patoo patoo and Banton as Jamaican slang for a heavyweight lyricist of storyteller, the Birmingham born singer boasts a string of Top 10 hits all over the world.

The Grammy nominated star has recorded with everyone from UB40 to Sting; his single with UB40's Robin & Ali Campbell was Number 1 in the UK for 4 weeks in the 1990s catapulting him to household name status & he has toured with Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers, Burning Spear, Third World, Yellowman, Black Uhuru, Dennis Brown and Steel Pulse. He's one of the world's best live reggae performers and we are over the moon that he is coming to Middlesbrough!


SATURDAY 20 JULY

BLACKWELLGATE STREET SESSION

Caitlin Morrow Music
Bradley Thompson
Jamie Farrell Music
Charlea B

and more!

AVALON BAR AND TERRACE, DARLINGTON

Live music starts at 3pm and we'll be going until 8pm

FREE

This Saturday, we're teaming up with Hatch Luncheonette & BlackJack Sevenagain for a Street Session!

Blackwellgate will be transformed into a Mecca of the best acoustic acts from Darlington and beyond . Thanks to Charlea B for getting in touch about this. Charlea will be performing at 4pm.

 

SATURDAY 20 JULY

The K-Flower Social

Pink Tide
Giraffes
Little Doves
Be Quiet. Shout Loud!
Komparrison
Matty Allenby
Undevine Telephone Line
It’s Complicated

Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough

4:30 PM

£5

We have begged some of our very talented friends and favourite musicians to help us out and come together to bring you a night of amazing live music in aid of Heel and Toe Children’s Charity.
We are buzzing that we got this line up together and because they are all beautiful kind people every single penny from ticket sales is going to this great local charity!
Featuring,

Plus loads of fun, games and prizes to be won!


SATURDAY 20 JULY

SHAM 69

The classic line up with Pursey, Parsons, Treganna and Guy.

Rescheduled date.

GEORGIAN THEATRE

8pm

£22.50

 

SATURDAY 20 JULY

HEARTBREAK REMEDY

New Terminal Boy

Shaun Wilson

Musiclounge


7.30pm until 1am - £4 entry on the door


Cumbrian band Heartbreak Remedy head over the A66 to Teesside for the first time to play at one of Stockton's premier music venue.

Support from

New Terminal Boy - Rock
https://www.facebook.com/newterminalboy/


Shaun Wilson (acoustic)
https://www.facebook.com/Shaun-Wilson-Songwriter-556843181497410/

 

SUNDAY 21 JULY

ANDREW JOHNSON

LUCIFERS, GREEN DRAGON YARD

3pm

FREE

Feel free to bring something to play or shake to that one. It’s tiny though so bear that in mind...

 

MONDAY 22 JULY

Arthur Coates and Kerran Cotterwell

STOCKTON FOLK CLUB

THE GEORGE AND DRAGON, NORTON

7.45pm

£9 (£7 members)

Arthur comes to us through the New Roots competition which provides a showcase and gig opportunities for young folk performers. He’s a fiddle / guitar player and singer from Insch in Aberdeenshire who has been a member of a number of successful bands, most recently “Tolquhon”: this year he’s launching a solo album. Find out more and hear him at www.arthurcoates.com 

Kerran joins him to provide guitar accompaniment. 

Let’s make it a successful Young Folk meet Old Folk night!

There’s a copy of our pub poster below.

All the best

 



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