Friday June 11th
Arches 31 & 32, Bristol & Exeter Mews, Lower Station Approach Road, Temple Meads.Bristol.
Saturday 07th May
Motown and Soull from Soul Destroyers
Doors Open 7.30pm | £10.00
Monday 09th May
Mandolin Orange made their Bristol début a few months ago, and the North Carolina duo's magical performance charmed and captivated the audience. Effortlessly perfect harmonies, impeccable musicianship and songs that are honest, lyrical and occasionally heart-rending have made them one of the most exciting pair of young performers in America. Hotly tipped as the ones to watch, their remarkable talents are drawing comparisons with the greats in Americana.
Doors Open 7.30pm | £10.00
Friday 13th May
A night of rockinhg music in aid of Prospect Hospice....
Doors Open 6pm | £7.00
Saturday 14th May
NUTTYness have been given the accolade of being the finest tribute to British hit band Madness and are attracting a lot of interest from all those people who enjoy the 80's musical Nuttyness.
Doors Open 7.30pm. | £8.00
Wednesday 18th May
Fast becoming the next Irish blues guitar hero in the footsteps of Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore, the Belfast-born guitarist has gained a pile of accolades. “Hugely accomplished.” MOJO. “McBride is among the best blues-rock players anywhere in the world.” GUITARIST MAGAZINE
Doors Open 7.30pm. | £15.00
Thursday 19th May
Jo Harman has been described as “The finest female soul blues singer in the UK” (Daily Mirror) and her debut album, Dirt On My Tongue has been called “A landmark album” (9 stars)” by Country Music Magazine. Relentless touring, including performances alongside the likes of Joan Baez, Patti Smith and Van Morrison, and an eclectic repertoire encompassing soul, country and gospel, and ranging from the quietly intimate to full throttle rockers have earned her astonishing critical acclaim as well as a devoted following. Her new album, recorded in Nashville, will be released shortly and will confirm her reputation as one of the brightest new talents around. Utterly wonderful. “Sometimes you hear a voice that leaves you speechless “– Huey Morgan BBC Radio 2
Doors Open 7.30pm | £13.00
Friday 20th May
AFTER 2 SELL OUT TOURS LAST YEAR, BROTHER STRUT RETURN TO THE ROAD TO PROMOTE THEIR MUCH ANTICIPATED 2ND ALBUM As individuals they have performed on records that have accumulated over half-a-billion sales, as a collective they form Brother Strut; the critically acclaimed funk and soul band. “You will wait a very long time indeed to see anything better, I can’t think who can top this” says Blues and Soul Magazine, awarding their debut album an astonishing 10/10.
Doors Open 7.30pm | £15.00
Saturday 21st May
‘The Modfathers’ The UK’s No 1 Paul Weller Tribute Show ‘The Modfathers’ are quoted as being “the best and most authentic Paul Weller Tribute show anywhere on the scene today” and are currently performing at the UK’s top and most respected music venues. The uncanny resemblance in vocals looks and movement that Tony has to Paul Weller leaves the audience amazed “it’s just like being on the front row of a Paul Weller concert, amazing”
Doors Open 7.30p.m. | £12.00