TOP 5: Pick of the best mu­sic

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - MUSIC -

Gil­bert O’Sul­li­van:

It’s 50 years since he re­leased his de­but sin­gle Dis­ap­pear and now the mu­sic leg­end is going out on tour ap­pear­ing at York Opera House on March 20. For tick­ets to see him call 0844 8713024 or visit www. atg.tick­ets.com She Drew The Gun: The crit­i­cally ac­claimed indie band are re­leas­ing their sec­ond al­bum on March 17, en­ti­tled Mem­o­ries of An­other Fu­ture, and will be play­ing at the Trades Club in Heb­den Bridge on March 31. For tick­ets visit www.thetrade­sclub.com The Djooks: Aduo fea­tur­ing lo­cal leg­ends Bob Dav­i­son and Nigel Ste­wart take to the stage on March 24 at Roots Mu­sic Club in Don­caster. Also on the bill will be Jack Bur­ness and Finn McAr­dle, with tick­ets avail­able at the door on the evening. Lloyd Cole: In 2015 the singer re­leased a col­lec­tion of songs recorded be­tween 1983 and 1996, which was warmly re­ceived. Now he is back per­form­ing his Clas­sic Song­book 1983-1996. You can see him at Sh­effield City Hall on March 27. Tick­ets on 0114 2789789. Andrew Combs: The Nashville singer-song­writer’s hotly an­tic­i­pated new al­bum is out on April 7 en­ti­tled Canyons Of My Mind, re­leased through Loose Records. You can see him at the Bru­denell in Leeds on May 7. Tick­ets via www.bru­denell­so­cial­club.co.uk

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