Posts Tagged ‘The Clear’

that you get to hear a discarded Led Zeppelin song found abandoned in a skip in Walkley. That happened at Shakespeares last night though. Maybe you had to be there. Thanks to Tom Baxendale, House Of Charms, The Clear and Anytown for a fine evening’s music.

We’ll be back in the Bard’s Bar on Wednesday May 6th. Cale Tyson, Canyon Family and Luke Whittemore will be there too (there’s a full preview here). Maybe we’ll see you as well?

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would be anybody that missed Saturday night’s show at Shakespeares. A wonderful evening in the company of Tomorrow We Sail, The Listeners and Idiot Son who performed three beautiful sets. Big thanks to all of them and all of you who were there too.

We’re back in the Bard’s Bar on Saturday April 25th for our usual last Saturday of the month show. We’ll be joined by Tom Baxendale, House Of Charms, The Clear and Anytown. Keep an eye on the Gigs page for details, a full preview will be up shortly. We might see you there too?

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On Saturday April 25th, WagonWheel Presents… brings a quality packed quadruple bill to Shakespeares for our usual last Saturday of the month show. This time out we have live music from The Rainy Day Club’s Tom Baxendale, House Of Charms, The Clear and Anytown. Advance tickets priced at £3 are available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/315445 or entry on the night will be £4. Doors open 8pm.


Tom Baxendale

The Rainy Day Club were are a Sheffield three piece whose distinct songs combined elements of alt. country, new wave, rockabilly, pre-Beatles pop and post-Dylan americana. Their debut album, Pale White Hands – recorded by Bromheads’ Tim Hampton at his Crystal Ship studio – was released in 2013. Tonight frontman Tom Baxendale plays a set of his solo material.



House Of Charms

Formally of Baby Long Longs, The Wheel and Norton Lees came together with a collection of songs to perform as acoustic duo House Of Charms. Combining guitar and double bass, Counterfeit Magazine describe them as “rather entrancing, in a twee folk way. I don’t mean that with disrespect either. The House of Charms are, in a number of ways, what music is about. They genuinely appear to enjoy what they do. Quirky songs about love, life and the weather go down a treat.



The Clear

Formed in 2013, Sheffield’s The Clear have a classic west coast sound with a modern twist harking back to a golden age of perfectly-crafted pop songs. The Clear have been carefully honing their craft, absorbing the hits from the late 60s and early 70s – and trying to figure out what made them sound so timeless. Recently signed to Rondor/Universal music, their early singles were captured in a session with acclaimed producer Colin Elliot at Yellow Arch Studios and have been heard across BBC Radio and Xfm.

I think this is absolutely gorgeousJanice Long – BBC Radio 2




The songwriting and vocal talents of Matt Taylor and Alice Faraday have made them part of the creative driving force behind Sheffield’s premier folk-rockers, Dead Like Harry, a band who have built a big reputation in recent years for their innate showmanship and rousing tunes. As a duo, Alice and Matt explore a more acoustic based, folk sound, their from-the-heart songs winning them commissions for TV and exposure on national and local radio, as well as invitations to perform at major festivals and supports for major artists. In 2013 Robin Baker, also from Dead Like Harry, joined Alice and Matthew on bass and guitar duties, however tonight sees Matthew play a solo set.

They sing intricate tales of people and places and Winter Sky is a beautifully crafted song” – Sheffield Scenester Magazine


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