Upcoming Events at The Greystones
Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you've never heard before. From down home blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin' bluegrass, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping!
On Friday August 11th, WagonWheel Presents... welcomes Rachel Harrington back to Sheffield when she joins us at The Greystones for her first UK tour in far too long.
Plus support. Entry on the night will be £12. Doors 7.45pm.
Alex McKown is a six times finalist in the British Blues Awards (2011 - 2016) and his songs have been played on radio stations all over the world, including several plays on the Paul Jones R&B show on BBC Radio 2.
Alex normally performs as a power trio but he will be bringing a stellar...
On Wednesday August 30th, WagonWheel Presents... welcomes Curtis Eller's American Circus back to The Greystones.
Plus support. Entry on the night will be £12. Doors open 7.45pm.
On Saturday September 9th, WagonWheel Presents... brings a colossal triple bill to The Greystones. We'll be joined by The Fargo Railroad Co., The Sea Whores and M.G. Boulter.
Entry on the night will be £8. Doors open 7.45pm.
Superficially, it would seem relatively easy to define Lowtide's music. Their reverb drenched, richly layered and heavily textured sound brings to mind bands such as The Cure, Ride, My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive. However, to categorise their sound as simply shoegaze is to miss the point...
Take a floor filling London soul man, add a golden voiced southern states storyteller, throw in a red hot Philadelphia singer/saxophonist then hold on to your hats! This show promises fireworks, all backed by the Blues Caravan rhythm section plus special guest guitarist Laura Chavez.
The Ali Maas and Micky Moody collaboration began in 2014 as a songwriting venture which has since evolved into the album Black And Chrome. It is more than a coincidence that one of Ali's early influences as a singer was David Coverdale at the time when Micky was guitarist with the original...
Dylan LeBlanc knows second chances don't come around often. But, neither do voices like his.
Overwhelmed by the speed his gift would take him, from Applebee's server to the new Neil Young in a matter of months, he walked away from an unlikely major label deal after releasing two...
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