Sheffield Anthropology group explore Miles Davis’ jazz music
Taking the electric music of the trumpeter and composer as a starting point, Anthropology Band seeks to find the atmosphere through a deep rhythm, searing blues, a delicate melody or a cascading solo statement.
Martin Archer on saxophones is joined by Charlotte Keeffe on trumpet, guitarists Chris Sharkey and Anton Hunter, Orphy Robinson on vibraphone, Pat Thomas on keyboards, Dave Sturton on bass and drummer Peter Fairclough.
The Sheffield Jazz concert will take place at the Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road on Friday March 6th at 8pm.
All-female folk group The Magpies will perform The Greystones on Friday the 6th.
Bella Gaffney (guitar, vocals), mandolin Polly Bolton, violinist Holly Brandon and cellist Sarah Smout have created their own style of transatlantic folk music, blending Celtic and bluegrass influences.
Esoteric Irish singer-songwriter David Keenan is on tour to promote his debut album, A Beginners Guide To Bravery.
He appears at CafÃ© Totem, Furnival Gate on March 11.
Scottish rock trio Twin Atlantic performed The Leadmill that same night in support of their new album, Power.
Liverpool’s alt-pop band The Peach Fuzz hit the road for their very first featured tour, which includes a show at Cafe Totem on March 6.
Eccentric psychedelic jazz-pop Bethlehem Casuals perform at the Peddler Night Market at 92 Burton Road, Neepsend on Friday the 6th.
The free entry event also features craft beer and street food.