Music in Birmingham
A highly welcome return from Ani, following her majestic 2011 show at Glee.
Singer songwriter whose songs are laced with West Midlands humour.
Reunion show feat. Abbey Road (John Leckie) sessions and Little Symphonies For The Kids tracks.
Sharon Corr tours her second solo album – The Same Sun, produced by Mitchel Froom.
The Pierces, from Alabama, return to Glee with their fifth album ‘Creation’.
‘Trouble and Love’ new album tour visits Glee Club.
Highly acclaimed Snarky Puppy Keys player returns with band members and string quartet.
Intrigue In Tangiers play headline show in support of their ‘A Secret Life’ album.
Semisonic and solo Grammy-winning singer-songwriter (and writer for Adele, Carole King) headlines.
Jon Allen follows ‘In Your Light’ hit with ‘Night and Day’ single and ‘Deep River’ album.
The cult-hit and most popular US podcast visits Glee Club. Local news with a twist of Twin Peaks!.
Headline show following supports with George Ezra, The Staves, Dry The River and Stornoway.
Supremely gifted singer-songwriter of Better and Almost There returns with album, available on tour.
Brit and Ivor Novello nominated singer-songwriter and stunning live performer returns to glee.
Founding member of The Byrds, renowned for playing lead Rickenbacker 12 string guitar and singing lead on many of their hits.
Co-headline ‘Home-Grown’ tour by artists spearheading UK’s Country new wave.
Legendary British Rhythm n Blues band, fresh from The Stranglers 40th Anniversary dates, tour with their classic line-up.
Multi-million selling Pop Idol star embarks upon UK tour.
US Girls With Guitars Tour sees Katie and Holly play debut UK shows.
Singer with Vancouver band The Be Good Tanyas returns with solo album.
Formerly of The Felice Brothers and The Duke & The King, Simone tours acclaimed ‘Strangers’ solo album
Special full-band album launch show for The Paper Grenade.
Moshi Moshi’s acclaimed Welsh & Scottish singer-songshapers co-headline.
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