Monday, 6 July 2015

Friday, 26 June 2015

With a little help from Leeds' purveyors of fineness High & Lonesome, we're bringing Scottish folk singer Rachel Sermanni back to The Basement in York in September.

Her last show here sold out, so make sure you get your tickets in good time if you want to come. They're on sale now from Jumbo Records, The Basement, The Inkwell and online from here.

Saturday, 20 June 2015

Two great gigs over two days in September. The artists are good friends too. 
On Tuesday 8th September, psychedelic troubadour Kevin Morby brings his band to York, having previously played twice in the city with The Babies.

On Wednesday 9th west coast folk singer Jessica Pratt performs in Leeds. Both artists are in the UK to play at End Of The Road Festival.

Tickets on sale now from The Inkwell in York, Jumbo Records, the venues and online from here and here.

These shows are brought to you in association with our friends Bad Paintings and respectively.

Saturday, 13 June 2015

We're very happy to be bringing you one of three UK shows from New Orleans outfit The Deslondes.

They've just hooked up with New West Records to release their brilliant Andrija Tokic (Benjamin Booker/Alabama Shakes) recorded debut. Featuring two members of Hurray For The Riff Raff, The Deslondes have toured with big hitters Alabama Shakes, Old Crow Medicine Show, Michael Kiwanuka, John Fullbright and Hurray For the Riff Raff in the States.

As if that's not enough, this is a co-headline show with the finest folk'n'roll band in the north east The Buffalo Skinners who'll be tearing up the UK festival circuit again this summer from Bestival to Wilderness.

Tickets on sale now. More info here.

Sunday, 7 June 2015

The excellent Jolie Holland returns to the UK in July and is playing two (full band) shows in Leeds and York.
Tom Waits is a massive fan, as are collaborators Sage Francis, Greg Graffin, Chuck Ragan and Booker T.
Tickets for both shows and more info here.

Thursday, 4 June 2015

 You can now buy tickets for all of our events at face value with no booking fee from our favourite cabinet of curiosities in York, The Inkwell.

Situated at 10, Gillygate, YO31 7EQ, this pop culture general store is a short walk from the minster in York city centre.

Go see Paul, have a cup of tea, peruse his excellent collection of books, records, CDs and other retro curios, and grab a gig tickets while you're at it.

Images courtesy of The Creamy Cat.