Set your phasers on stun! On Saturday 16 December 2017 the 56 Chevrolets land at the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue for a Rockabilly, Rock ‘n’ Roll Christmas Party.
Tickets are £6 in advance and £7 on the door. As usual we will have an array of hot food on sale as well as hot drinks. The venue has no bar but feel free to bring along a bottle if you fancy. Doors open at 7.15 with advance tickets available from www.blackdykemills.orgor from skiddle.com/e/13085661
We’re already setting out the dance floor, so polish up your blue suede shoes, practice your Lindy Hop and Jive and be there or be square!
“Why don’t you empty the dishwasher?” said the wife.
For what began as something of a side project in 2011 for husband and wife Michael Weston King & Lou Dalgleish, My Darling Clementine is now very much centre stage with 3 albums, over 400 shows across Europe and N. America, some ingenious musical collaborations, accolades and awards, and an ever growing fan base with a genuine love of their music.
Their new album Still Testifying is receiving rave reviews. Bob Harris called it “a triumph” whilst UnCut Magazine described it as “where gospel, country and Southern soul happily collide. Terrific.
Now, the King and Queen of UK country are heading to the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue on Saturday 27 January 2018 as part of their national tour for what promises to be another unforgettable night.
Tickets are £12 in advance and £14 on the door. As usual we will have an array of hot food on sale as well as hot drinks. The venue has no bar but feel free to bring along a bottle if you fancy. Doors open at 7.15 with advance tickets available from www.blackdykemills.orgor skiddle.com/e/13085664
Once Upon A Time 4 lads met up in a garage and wrote some songs. Little did they know they would headline Glasto one day… To Be Continued.
As part of Independent Venue Week we are proud to present the wonderful Ego States live in concert at the Mill. Ego States will be travelling up the road from Brighouse with their incisive melodies, sharp lyrics and unerring rhythmic sensibility. In lead singer and guitarist George Jenkins, they have a songwriter of rare talent. Think Arctic Monkeys meet The Beatles via a bit of Bowie. This is a great chance to see one of the most original and promising young bands around in our unique venue.
Tickets are £5.00 and doors open at 7.30pm. Advance tickets are available from our online partners at Skiddle.
As part of National Independent Venue Week we are delighted to welcome Roger Davies and his band back to the Mill.
Roger Davies & His Band have recently performed a succession of sold out shows and are proud to be appearing in concert here on February 3rdth 2018: the stage is set for a night to remember.
Inspiration to form his own group came about after Davies accompanied folk/rock legends Fairport Convention on a 30 date UK tour in 2016 performing in some of the UK’s most prestigious venues.
Roger Davies & His Band are an acoustic pop rock group performing original material which is guaranteed to please. If you saw them here at the Heritage Mill last year you’ll remember what a special night we had. Expect new music from their forthcoming Album plus a selection of Roger’s signature songs including Into The Sun, Wear Your Poppy With Pride, Brighouse On Saturday Night and Time Goes By.
Doors open at 7.30 pm and tickets are £10. We also have VIP tickets on sale at £15 which include dinner and a drink. Advance tickets are available from our on line ticketing partner, Skiddle.
Alex Cornish is a singer-songwriter from Dunbar, Scotland, a seaside town just outside Edinburgh. He has produced five critically acclaimed albums to date, his most recent being “Hang on the Word” which came out in July this year (“classical and crafted, absolutely magical” said BBC Radio Scotland’s Roddy Hart) .
In session for Dermot O’ Leary he was called a “genius”, Mark Radcliffe declared his music to be “absolutely gorgeous'”, “a voice to stand comparison to Thom Yorke” said The Scotsman on Sunday and “a beautiful album that has Mercury Music Prize nomination written all over it” said The Sunday Times.
So, with all this praise…why you haven’t heard of him? He isn’t sure either but you are in for a great night if you come down – classic and inventive singer songwriting, top notch piano playing, beautiful backing from his band and stories from the road. Not to be missed.