Elbow

at Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
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Sounds Of The City 2019

elbow make a hometown return on Tuesday 9th July following their arena tour earlier this year. Recognised as one of the UK’s biggest and most important bands, elbow have a well-deserved reputation for delivering shows that combine scale with intimacy to devastating effect. elbow’s story is one of the most extraordinary in contemporary British music.

Over twenty years and seven studio albums, elbow have achieved many of the accolades that mark out a successful band including three Ivor Novellos, a Mercury Music Prize and a BRIT award.

Elbow

Elbow appearing at this event

The Brit Award winning melancholic and emotional guitar-based band from Manchester, full of romantic realism and epic stadium anthems. Guy Garvey and the boys became the soundtrack to almost every major sporting event, fireworks display or emotional 'journey' on television with their symphonic powerful anthem 'One Day Like This' (plus they recorded 'First Steps' as the BBC theme for the 2012 London Olympics). Their impressive back catalogue includes 6 UK top 10 albums, with 2014's 'The Take Off And Landing Of Everything' and 2017's 'Little Fictions' both reaching the number 1 position.

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Nadine Shah

Nadine Shah appearing at this event

British born by way of Norweigan and Pakistani parentage, Nadine Shah is a vocalist/pianist from a small North East town called Whitburn over looking the waves and jagged rocks of the North Sea. Having earned an early reputation for that uniquely rich, soulful voice; Nadine released her debut album Love Your Dum and Mad to critical acclaim in 2013 and her 2017 third album Holiday Destination made the shortlist of the 2018 Mercury Album Prize award.

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Barns Courtney

Barns Courtney appearing at this event

Barns Courtney is a British folk pop and blues rock singer-songwriter from London. He won Artist Of The Year at the 2017 Sync Awards and was amongst a Rolling Stone list of 10 new artists you need to know. Barns Courtney is heavy on stomp and swagger, bringing to mind the primal thump of The White Stripes, the punk rock energy of the Sex Pistols, and a good dose of indie-rock edge and gospel. A vaguely grimy feel to the production, recalls the seedy but glittery intrigue of The Velvet Underground.

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Castlefield Bowl

  • 101 Liverpool Road
  • Castlefield
  • Manchester
  • M3 4JN

Phone:
0161 834 4026