York Festival - Madness
The original Nutty Boys, back together with all their greatest hits, including 'Baggy Trousers' and 'It Must Be Love'. They are Britain's most successful chart band in music history, having had 21 top twenty singles in a seven year period from '78-'86, and many more since (over 30 in total). Despite their impressive back catalogue, Madness continue to record new material and released the critically acclaimed studio albums 'The Liberty Of Norton Folgate' and 'Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da' in recent years and 'Can't Touch Us Now' in 2016.
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The wispy pop outfit the Lightning Seeds is essentially the solo project of noted producer Ian Broudie. Following major success on both sides of the Atlantic in the 90s, Broudie made an attempt to modernise the Lightning Seeds’ sound on 1999’s Tilt, but the album's commercial reception was less than overwhelming and he decided to put the group on hiatus. Following the turn of the millennium Broudie produced a number of bands on the Liverpool 'cosmic scouse' scene, including Coral and the Zutons, and 2004 saw the arrival of Tales Told, Broudie's first solo album under his own name. Two years later Broudie re-formed the Lightning Seeds with a new lineup for live appearances, and in May 2009 the group's sixth studio album, Four Winds, was released.
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Legendary actor, host and broadcaster Craig Charles is one of UK’s most beloved Funk and Soul DJs. From Robot Wars to Red Dwarf, Craig has now grounded himself as a Funk & Soul icon after 10 years of broadcasting on BBC 6 Music with their primetime Saturday night show.
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A five piece indie / electronic band from Leeds who are influenced by music of the 90s. They have previously performed alongside bands such as Cage The Elephant, Calvin Harris and The Kaiser Chiefs.
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York Sports Club
- Clifton Park
- Shipton Road
- YO30 5RE