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Amateur to Professional  Bands, Musicians, Singers, Karaoke Entertainers, Managers, Promotors &  Venues - Covers & Original music acts performing any size of gig from the local school or pub to a full blown festival, can be posted for visitors to browse or search and find what is on in their area.

All kinds of music and performance related events are posted daily by members in our gig guide including acoustic events, auditions, charitable  events, festivals, karaoke, music competitions, music conventions, music  masterclasses, music workshops, open mic and jam nights.

Many types of  venue are included on our database from concert halls, public houses, wine bars,  restaurants, community centres to theatres. In fact anywhere in the UK that  organises or hosts live music or music and performance related events are welcome to add their details and advertise their events free online!

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Online since 1998 as a subsiduary of Electric Blues Club, we were the first site to provide information and free gig, event listing services for Amateur, Semi Professional and Professional entertainers of all types in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Red Butler set to rock the John Peel Centre!

Once in a while a young band comes along that makes you stop, look and listen……..”Red Butler is one such a band”

The great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in and around Stowmarket is that Red Butler will be playing at the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts on Saturday 8th April!

Established in 2012 by Alex Butler, the band comprises of Alex (lead guitar and backing vocals), Dan Spellman (rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Charlie Simpson (drums) and Mike Topp (bass and backing vocals).  Despite an average age of 24 the band members bring a wealth of experience enabling them to transmit their energy to ignite audiences

Having spent 18 months in preparation for their second studio album, ‘Nothing To Lose’ released in November 2016, their latest album sees the band deliver a mix of rock crescendos and riffs, that will leave their devout blues rock fan base in awe and take them on a sonic journey into new musical territory!  Drawing upon the combined life experiences of the band, the ten new songs not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows their gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder sound infused with a progressive form!

The power and creativity of their music has seen Red Butler win several national awards and other accolades, including:

  • Alex – runner up in Young Artist category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Band – third place in Best Blues Band category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Representing the UK at the European Blues Challenge in Italy 2016
  • Winners of the UK Blues Challenge 2015
  • Runners-up in the British Blues Awards 2015 (Alex, Young Artist and Band, Emerging Artist)
  • Best New UK Act – Blues Matters Magazine 2014

In front of a completely packed Tuesday Night Music Club (Hooley, Surrey), the effect their performance had on the audience was neatly summed up by the following comment, “There really are not words to describe how good last night was.  Put simply, if you were there you’ll probably still be coming down.  And if you weren’t you’ll have to live with the fact that you missed something that people will talk about for years to come.”

Words alone cannot convey the special sound and stage presence of Red Butler, but you can get a feel for what they are all about by having a look and listen to them playing “Say Hello” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BmTNnGT4QI&sns=em or Thin Lizzy’s classic “Don’t Believe A Word” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SF62PcQ0-U&feature=youtu.be

The band is really looking forward to playing at John Peel Centre and armed with a mix of high energy new material, after seeing them live……….it becomes clear why they are getting rave reviews wherever they play!

Don’t miss out on seeing Red Butler at the John Peel Centre on Saturday 8th April!

The venue is located on Church Walk, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 1ET

Advance tickets are £8.00 (£10 on the door) and can be purchased by calling 01449 774 678 or online at http://johnpeelcentre.com/event/red-butler-support/?instance_id=13

To see, hear and find out more about Red Butler, their new album and where else they are playing in the UK, please visit http://www.redbutlermusic.co.uk/ 

Don’t be late, doors open at 7.30 p.m.

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Red Butler set to rock Darlington Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Club!

Once in a while a young band comes along that makes you stop, look and listen……..”Red Butler is one such a band”

The great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in County Durham is that Red Butler will be playing at Darlington Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Club on Friday 7th April

Established in 2012 by Alex Butler, the band comprises of Alex (lead guitar and backing vocals), Dan Spellman (rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Charlie Simpson (drums) and Mike Topp (bass and backing vocals).  Despite an average age of 24 the band members bring a wealth of experience enabling them to transmit their energy to ignite audiences

Having spent 18 months in preparation for their second studio album, ‘Nothing To Lose’ released in November 2016, their latest album sees the band deliver a mix of rock crescendos and riffs, that will leave their devout blues rock fan base in awe and take them on a sonic journey into new musical territory!  Drawing upon the combined life experiences of the band, the ten new songs not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows their gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder sound infused with a progressive form!

The power and creativity of their music has seen Red Butler win several national awards and other accolades, including:

  • Alex – runner up in Young Artist category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Band – third place in Best Blues Band category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Representing the UK at the European Blues Challenge in Italy 2016
  • Winners of the UK Blues Challenge 2015
  • Runners-up in the British Blues Awards 2015 (Alex, Young Artist and Band, Emerging Artist)
  • Best New UK Act – Blues Matters Magazine 2014

In front of a completely packed Tuesday Night Music Club (Hooley, Surrey), the effect their performance had on the audience was neatly summed up by the following comment, “There really are not words to describe how good last night was.  Put simply, if you were there you’ll probably still be coming down.  And if you weren’t you’ll have to live with the fact that you missed something that people will talk about for years to come.”

Words alone cannot convey the special sound and stage presence of Red Butler, but you can get a feel for what they are all about by having a look and listen to them playing “Say Hello” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BmTNnGT4QI&sns=em or Thin Lizzy’s classic “Don’t Believe A Word” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SF62PcQ0-U&feature=youtu.be

The band is really looking forward to playing at Darlington Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Club and armed with a mix of high energy new material, after seeing them live……….it becomes clear why they are getting rave reviews wherever they play!

Don’t miss out on seeing Red Butler at Darlington Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Club on Friday 7th April!

The club is located at The Forum Music Centre, Borough Road, Darlington, County Durham DL1 1SG

Advance tickets are £12.00 and can be purchased by calling 01325 363 135 and for more information please visit http://www.darlington-r-n-b-club.co.uk/gigs.html

To see, hear and find out more about Red Butler, their new album and where else they are playing in the UK, please visit http://www.redbutlermusic.co.uk/ 

Don’t be late, doors open at 7.30 p.m.

https://www.facebook.com/redbutlermusic

https://twitter.com/redbutlermusic

 

 

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Red Butler set to rock the Old Fire Station!

Once in a while a young band comes along that makes you stop, look and listen……..”Red Butler is one such a band”

The great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in and around Carlisle is that Red Butler will be playing at the Old Fire Station on Wednesday 5th April

Established in 2012 by Alex Butler, the band comprises of Alex (lead guitar and backing vocals), Dan Spellman (rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Charlie Simpson (drums) and Mike Topp (bass and backing vocals).  Despite an average age of 24 the band members bring a wealth of experience enabling them to transmit their energy to ignite audiences

Having spent 18 months in preparation for their second studio album, ‘Nothing To Lose’ released in November 2016, their latest album sees the band deliver a mix of rock crescendos and riffs, that will leave their devout blues rock fan base in awe and take them on a sonic journey into new musical territory!  Drawing upon the combined life experiences of the band, the ten new songs not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows their gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder sound infused with a progressive form!

The power and creativity of their music has seen Red Butler win several national awards and other accolades, including:

  • Alex – runner up in Young Artist category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Band – third place in Best Blues Band category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Representing the UK at the European Blues Challenge in Italy 2016
  • Winners of the UK Blues Challenge 2015
  • Runners-up in the British Blues Awards 2015 (Alex, Young Artist and Band, Emerging Artist)
  • Best New UK Act – Blues Matters Magazine 2014

In front of a completely packed Tuesday Night Music Club (Hooley, Surrey), the effect their performance had on the audience was neatly summed up by the following comment, “There really are not words to describe how good last night was.  Put simply, if you were there you’ll probably still be coming down.  And if you weren’t you’ll have to live with the fact that you missed something that people will talk about for years to come.”

Words alone cannot convey the special sound and stage presence of Red Butler, but you can get a feel for what they are all about by having a look and listen to them playing “Say Hello” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BmTNnGT4QI&sns=em or Thin Lizzy’s classic “Don’t Believe A Word” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SF62PcQ0-U&feature=youtu.be

The band is really looking forward to playing at the Old Fire Station and armed with a mix of high energy new material, after seeing them live……….it becomes clear why they are getting rave reviews wherever they play!

Don’t miss out on seeing Red Butler with support Matt Woosey, at the Old Fire Station on Wednesday 5th April!

The venue is located on Peter Street, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8QP

Advance tickets are £10.00 + bf and can be purchased by calling 01228 598 596 or online at http://oldfirestation.carlisle.city/whats-on/ArtMID/3586/ArticleID/535/Red-Butler

To see, hear and find out more about Red Butler, their new album and where else they are playing in the UK, please visit http://www.redbutlermusic.co.uk/ 

Don’t be late, the music starts at 8.00 p.m.

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Red Butler set to rock Arlington Arts Centre!

Once in a while a young band comes along that makes you stop, look and listen……..”Red Butler is one such a band”

The great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in West Berkshire is that Red Butler will be playing at Arlington Arts Centre on Friday 31st March!

Established in 2012 by Alex Butler, the band comprises of Alex (lead guitar and backing vocals), Dan Spellman (rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Charlie Simpson (drums) and Mike Topp (bass and backing vocals).  Despite an average age of 24 the band members bring a wealth of experience enabling them to transmit their energy to ignite audiences

Having spent 18 months in preparation for their second studio album, ‘Nothing To Lose’ released in November 2016, their latest album sees the band deliver a mix of rock crescendos and riffs, that will leave their devout blues rock fan base in awe and take them on a sonic journey into new musical territory!  Drawing upon the combined life experiences of the band, the ten new songs not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows their gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder sound infused with a progressive form!

The power and creativity of their music has seen Red Butler win several national awards and other accolades, including:

  • Alex – runner up in Young Artist category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Band – third place in Best Blues Band category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Representing the UK at the European Blues Challenge in Italy 2016
  • Winners of the UK Blues Challenge 2015
  • Runners-up in the British Blues Awards 2015 (Alex, Young Artist and Band, Emerging Artist)
  • Best New UK Act – Blues Matters Magazine 2014

In front of a completely packed Tuesday Night Music Club (Hooley, Surrey), the effect their performance had on the audience was neatly summed up by the following comment, “There really are not words to describe how good last night was.  Put simply, if you were there you’ll probably still be coming down.  And if you weren’t you’ll have to live with the fact that you missed something that people will talk about for years to come.”

Words alone cannot convey the special sound and stage presence of Red Butler, but you can get a feel for what they are all about by having a look and listen to them playing “Say Hello” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BmTNnGT4QI&sns=em or Thin Lizzy’s classic “Don’t Believe A Word 2017” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SF62PcQ0-U&feature=youtu.be

The band is really looking forward to playing at Arlington Arts Centre and armed with a mix of high energy new material, after seeing them live……….it becomes clear why they are getting rave reviews wherever they play!

Don’t miss out on seeing Red Butler at Arlington Arts Centre on Friday 31st March!

The venue is located at Mary Hare, Newbury, West Berkshire RG14 3BQ

Advance tickets are £12.00 and can be purchased by calling 01635 244 246 or online at https://arlingtonarts.ticketsolve.com/#/shows/873566439

To see, hear and find out more about Red Butler, their new album and where else they are playing in the UK, please visit  http://www.redbutlermusic.co.uk/ 

Don’t be late, the doors open at 7.45 p.m.

https://www.facebook.com/redbutlermusic

https://twitter.com/redbutlermusic

 

 

 

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Red Butler set to rock Ropetackle Arts Centre!

Once in a while a young band comes along that makes you stop, look and listen……..”Red Butler is one such a band”

The great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in West Sussex is that Red Butler will be playing at Ropetackle Arts Centre on Friday 24th March!

Established in 2012 by Alex Butler, the band comprises of Alex (lead guitar and backing vocals), Dan Spellman (rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Charlie Simpson (drums) and Mike Topp (bass and backing vocals).  Despite an average age of 24 the band members bring a wealth of experience enabling them to transmit their energy to ignite audiences

Having spent 18 months in preparation for their second studio album, ‘Nothing To Lose’ released in November 2016, their latest album sees the band deliver a mix of rock crescendos and riffs, that will leave their devout blues rock fan base in awe and take them on a sonic journey into new musical territory!  Drawing upon the combined life experiences of the band, the ten new songs not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows their gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder sound infused with a progressive form!

The power and creativity of their music has seen Red Butler win several national awards and other accolades, including:

  • Alex – runner up in Young Artist category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Band – third place in Best Blues Band category – British Blues Awards 2016
  • Representing the UK at the European Blues Challenge in Italy 2016
  • Winners of the UK Blues Challenge 2015
  • Runners-up in the British Blues Awards 2015 (Alex, Young Artist and Band, Emerging Artist)
  • Best New UK Act – Blues Matters Magazine 2014

In front of a completely packed Tuesday Night Music Club (Hooley, Surrey), the effect their performance had on the audience was neatly summed up by the following comment, “There really are not words to describe how good last night was.  Put simply, if you were there you’ll probably still be coming down.  And if you weren’t you’ll have to live with the fact that you missed something that people will talk about for years to come.”

Words alone cannot convey the special sound and stage presence of Red Butler, but you can get a feel for what they are all about by having a look and listen to them playing “Say Hello” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BmTNnGT4QI&sns=em or Thin Lizzy’s classic “Don’t Believe A Word 2017” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SF62PcQ0-U&feature=youtu.be

The band is really looking forward to playing at Ropetackle Arts Centre and armed with a mix of high energy new material, after seeing them live……….it becomes clear why they are getting rave reviews wherever they play!

Don’t miss out on seeing Red Butler at the Ropetackle Arts Centre on Friday 24th March!

The venue is located on Little High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5EG

Advance tickets are £10.00 and can be purchased by calling 01273 464 440 or online at http://ropetacklecentre.co.uk/events/red-butler/

To see, hear and find out more about Red Butler, their new album and where else they are playing in the UK, please visit  http://www.redbutlermusic.co.uk/ 

Don’t be late, the doors open at 7.30 p.m.

https://www.facebook.com/redbutlermusic

https://twitter.com/redbutlermusic

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