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Please go to the What's On Music Events Calendar for a list of this month's music events in Exeter's pubs/clubs.

 

All those listed here are additional evens that are not included in the Events Calendar, plus music events in other areas.

 

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The Barnfield Theatre –  01392 271808

 

Down to the Wire
Tues 5th Feb

8pm

in The Barnfield Bar

 

A great night of music from some of the areas singer/songwriters.

Down to the Wire is a chilled out evening of live music with five performances of all original music.

Support Exeter’s local music scene and join them for this monthly event. They having playing this month:

Anna Jones
Chris Ostler
Henry Bellairs
Scott Morrison & Ishy
Sharon Lazibyrd


Entry
FREE

 

More information here.

 

 

The Book of Genesis
Sat 23rd Feb

7:30pm

 

Be prepared for a totally immersive experience as you are taken you back to the 1970s to celebrate the songs of the influential progressive rock band, Genesis.

The show accurately recreates the music and songs from 1970–1977, complete with period musical instruments, reproduction Gabriel masks and costumes, animated slide show and atmospheric synchronised lighting in a packed 3-hour show.

The performance features two exceptional drummers who recreate the double drumming experience from Seconds Out and later Genesis shows.

An absolute must for lovers of early Genesis music!


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

The Cavern

 

Hypophora + Patrons + King Colobus
Sat 2nd Feb

5pm

 

Live bands followed by DJs playing the best in Indie Sounds inc. The Clash - Bastille - Royal Blood - Bloc Party - Klaxons - MGMT - The Ting Tings - My Bloody Valentine - The Libertines - The La's - The Stone Roses - Suede - Blur - Oasis - Pixies - Kasabian - Kaiser Chiefs - The Stone - Arcade Fire - The Gossip - Jamie T - The Verve - Arctic - The Strokes - Pulp - Blondie + much more!!!

Hypophora - an Alt Rock/Post Hardcore outfit with a chaotic live show and an infatuation for genre-blending furore. Harnessing a progressive, funked-up style of alternative rock, the band have influences ranging from Grunge, Early 2000s Post-Hardcore, Prog, Funk, Soul and Math rock.

Patrons - Indie rock in the vein of Hundred Reasons, Xcerts & Biffy Clyro.

King Colobus - heavy blues rock who have shared stages with Sea Sick Steve, Band of Skulls, De Staat and Crazy Arm.

Age 18+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Bridges + guests
Thu 7th Feb

8pm

 

For fans of The National, Manchester Orchestra, Frightened Rabbit, Kings of Leon, Snow Patrol - Bridges create transatlantic, guitar-driven music. Hard-hitting songs that are honest, raw and heartfelt.

"Born in the same house as Frightened Rabbit and The Gaslight Anthem, the quartet clearly have their eyes set on filling the stadium-sized hole their songs demand." - Far Out Magazine

"A soaring emotional beast that melts your heart." - Tap The Feed

"Got us more than a little excited" - Artrocker
 

Age 16+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Horses in Disguise + Nomics +

OKAY, BYE
Thu 7th Feb

8pm

 

Horses in Disguise are an Indie/Punk-influenced Folk duo from East Cornwall. Original songs with nice harmonies and an acoustic guitar.

Nomics are an all-girl indie-folk-rock duo born out of the Exeter band Metronomic Underground.

OKAY, BYE - soft indie bedroom pop from Exeter-based singer-songwriter Grace Elizabeth.


Age 16+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Michael Clark + guests
Wed 13th Feb

8pm

 

Michael Clark makes music that is “Both melancholy and beautiful, with Clark’s fingerpicked guitar aligning perfectly well with his poetic vocals.” York Calling

His band features Jack and Lily from Penelope Isles, who give a The Bad Seeds and Can vibe to Michael’s songs.

 

Age 16+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Our Hollow Our Home + The City is Ours + The Uncharted
Sat 16 Feb

7pm

 

UK band Our Hollow Our Home play metalcore that is reminiscent of Architects and Bury Tomorrow. “ Brutal, bone-crushing breakdowns balanced out with melodic, soaring choruses.”

Support from The City is Ours, (New single VEINS out now), and The Uncharted, Progressive Metalcore band from Gloucester.

Age 18+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Malum Sky + Fractions + guests
Sun 17th Feb

8pm

 

Fractions - Thrashy, groovy, progressive and heavy, metal band FRACTIONS have played with such bands as Raging Speedhorn, Internal Conflict, Resin, In Search Of Sun, Ramage Inc. plus many more.

Towards the end of 2016, Fractions began recording their self-produced 5-track EP ‘Forces’ which was released in the Summer of 2017, making several reviewer’s top ten list’s when compiling their EP year end reviews.

Malum Sky - formed in 2014, they bring together a broad range of influences and hone them into hard-hitting and uplifting mini-masterpieces. Virtuoso guitar work and song structures combined with hard-hitting rhythmic hooks are topped off by emotive and intense vocal delivery. The songs are enhanced further by a high energy live show delivered with a passion and precision befitting a band working in the 'progressive' genre.

 

Age 18+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Big Slammu + Mullholland + guests
Mon 18th Feb

8pm

 

Mullholland are an instrumental rock band, crossing over influences of math and post-rock, indie rock, ambient and experimental music.

Big Slammu - ear-bending post hardcore from Brighton.

Plus I Say Flower & guests


Age 18+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Rock for MIND - Live Bands
Mon 18th Feb

8pm

 

Featuring:

Dremora - Melodic Metal band from Somerset.

Sora - new rock band fronted by Willow Sierra Risco.

Red Wine Ride - old school no-holds-barred Rock, FFO AC/DC and Airbourne.

Hena Larkin - acoustic punk rock from the Poison Crow frontman.

 

Age 18+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Bat Boy + Honey Joy + Burnout

+ First Person
Sat 21st Feb

8pm

 

Bat Boy - ace punk rock on Asian Man Records (Alkaline Trio, Lemuria) from members of Spraynard and Sundials both old Cavern favourites!

Honey Joy - great to welcome back these South London punks - for fans of Camp Cope, Martha and Marked Men!

Burnout - Snuff-esque punkrock.

First Person - Exeter alt-rock!


Age 16+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Group Listening + guests
Sat 23rd Feb

8pm

 

Group Listening is a new project formed by Sweet Baboo and experimental Cardiff musician and sometime SB collaborator, Paul Jones.

Piano & Clarinet: Selected Works Vol. 1 is a collection of ambient works - from the likes of Brian Eno, Arthur Russell, Roedelius and Robert Wyatt - arranged for clarinet and piano. And will be released on Moshi Moshi’s subsidiary Prah Recordings this summer.

Piano & Clarinet: Selected Works Vol. 1 is the spontaneous, beguiling culmination of this friendship. Cutting out the post production and keeping overdubs to a minimum, the clarinet and piano were passed through guitar stomp boxes and other analogue effects to enable processing and manipulation directly in performance. The result hums with the ghostly energy of sound pioneers Joe Meek and Martin Hannett, while mbira and drum machines are sparingly deployed amid enveloping folds of space echo.

Like Virginia Astley, Penguin Cafe or Simon Jeffes, Group Listening tread the overlap betwen classical and experimental music. Perhaps most startling here is the breadth of material arranged as one atmospheric whole. The pieces range from the ever-spiralling, fractal phrases of German composer Roedelius to the haunting rasps of game and Hollywood soundtracker Disasterpiece and the pioneering sonics of early electronic inventor Raymond Scott. Somehow, shot together through Group Listening's electro-acoustic lens, these works evolve into something supremely calming, poignant and new.


Age 16+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

AS IT IS + guests
Wed 27th Feb

7:30pm

 

New album The Great Depression is out NOW

As It Is, completed by frontman Patty Walters, guitarist and singer Benjamin Langford-Biss, drummer Patrick Foley and bassist Ali Testo, take the listener on a journey which delves into every aspect of arguably the most prevalent social ill of our time across their third studio album, The Great Depression

The Great Depression, produced by legendary producer MACHINE, (Lamb of God, Every Time I Die), is comfortably As It Is’ most layered, technically-accomplished and certainly most aggressive record to date. All of which adds up to a record that establishes the band as one of the most daring creative forces in their scene: one which reinvents, whilst retaining what was already great; one which is full of vaulting ambition that feels both powerfully universal and profoundly personal and one which demonstrates with absolute clarity, a band brave enough to go their own way and succeed.

As It Is are Patty Walters, (Vocals), Benjamin Biss, (Vocals, Guitar), Patrick Foley, (Drums), and Alistair Testo (Bass).

Age 16+


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

The Corn Exchange - please note that this covers the current month only - for future dates please visit The Corn Exchange

 

Barry Steele & Friends: The Roy Orbison Story
Fri 1st Feb

7:30pm (doors 6:45)

 

Get ready for a night of solid gold 60s hits and 80s musical genius all on one stage with Barry Steele & Friends! As well as the toe tapping sound of the music giant that is Roy Orbison, you'll hear the fantastic Barry Steele perform songs written by Roy Orbison, but never performed by him!

 

He is joined in this musical extravaganza alongside chart busting hits originally made famous by the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis, Jeff Lynne & ELO, George Harrison, Del Shannon and The Spencer Davis Group; come and see us as there's plenty of rock with Roy!

 

From Only the Lonely to The Travelling Wilburys, Barry Steele has been stunning audiences across the globe with his uncanny ability to recreate the vocal talents of the legendary Roy Orbison.

 

Tickets & more information here.

 

 

Fairport Convention
Fri 15th Feb

7:30pm (doors 6:45)

 

After more than fifty years on the road, Fairport Convention’s passion for live performance has never wavered. This concert will showcase the band’s musical sophistication and instrumental virtuosity during a fascinating journey through their inspiring and extensive repertoire.

Renowned as the founding fathers of British folk-rock music, Fairport Convention has maintained consistently high standards for over five decades and remains as entertaining as ever.

Fairport Convention has attracted critical acclaim throughout its long career. The band has won a coveted BBC Lifetime Achievement Award, Radio 2 listeners have voted Fairport’s groundbreaking album Liege & Lief 'The Most Influential Folk Album of All Time' and their story and music frequently features on radio and television.

The concert will also feature an opening performance by special guests The 4 of Us. Hailed as one of the most acclaimed duos in Ireland, brothers Brendan and Declan Murphy are accomplished singers, instrumentalists and song-writers.

The current Fairport line-up features Simon Nicol on guitar and vocals, Dave Pegg on bass guitar and vocals, Chris Leslie on fiddle, mandolin and vocals, Ric Sanders on violin and Gerry Conway on drums and percussion.

Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

The Phoenix - for future dates please visit The Phoenix website

 

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Amongst those coming soon

 

Thu 28th Mar  - Steve Harley Acoustic Trio - more information here

 

Exmouth Pavilion - Tel: 01395 222477

 

Women in Rock

Sat 2nd Feb

7:30pm

 

The UK’s only live show dedicated to the World’s greatest female rock legends.

With up to 4 of the most powerful female singers on the live music scene, together with a professional touring band, Women in Rock deliver a show stopping performance covering all the great legend’s through the ages.

The show takes you on a 2 hr journey with flawless harmonies and vocals that will leave you cheering for more.

With all the greats including Janis Joplin, Cher, Bonnie Tyler, Heart, Kiki Dee, Pink, Suzi Quatro, Pat Benetar, Joan Jett, Stevie Nicks and many many more.


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

The Sixties Invasion

Fri 8th Feb

7:30pm

 

Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - a rare appearance of the multi-platinum hit makers taking you back to the sixties with, Bend It, Save Me, Zabadak, Legend Of Xanadu and many more.

The Tornadoes - a special one-off appearance of 1960s organist Dave Watts. Today the Tornados employ some of the best Uk musicians to carry the legend forward.

Creating a beat-stomping show that does not disappoint, featuring the worldwide number one record classic, Telstar.

The Foundations - formed in the late 60’s and in a short space of time their single 'Baby Now That I’ve Found You' went straight to number 1 in the British charts. They then scored their biggest hit 'Build Me Up Buttercup' which went straight to number 1 all over the world.

Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

The Unravelling Wilburys

Sun 10th Feb

7:30pm

 

Just when they were about to make it to the big time, this band of good ol’ boys from Nashville had a whole load of songs, (allegedly), stolen by Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne, George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, under the late 80s ‘supergroup’ pseudonym “The Traveling Wilburys”.

Things were so bad after that, the real Wilbury brothers, (Walter, Sticky Willy, Thumper, Javelin and Blind Melon), resorted to dressing up as The Beatles and spent over 20 years touring as “Sgt Pepper’s Only Dart Board Band”.

After a lengthy legal battle, a Hazzard County judge ruled the boys could git back their true identity and hit the highway with all their old songs including: “Handle With Care”; “The End Of The Line”; “The Devil’s Been Busy”; “Tweeter and The Monkey Man”, and by way of compensation, solo choice cuts: “Pretty Woman”; “You’ve Got It”; “Mr Blue Sky”; “Evil Woman”; “Mr Tambourine Man”; “Lay Lady Lay”; “Running Down A Dream”; “I Won’t Back Down”; “What Is Life”; “Here Comes The Sun”; “Runaway” and many other great songs.


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

AMY – A Tribute to AMY WINEHOUSE

Fri 15th Feb

7:30pm

 

’AMY’’ was established by a group of musicians who are genuine fans of Amy and her music. Their love for Amy and her material shines through in their live performances.

“AMY” have left no stone unturned - paying close attention to every detail of recreating her music. Fronted by the tremendously talented Stacey Lou, who not only brings the swagger of Amy, but the raw emotion and flawless vocals too. If you are a fan of Amy this is a show you will not want to miss.

Performing all the hits that defined the unique talent that was Amy Winehouse, we look forward to sharing the stories and music that will live on forever.


Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Strictly Nashville
Sat 16th Feb

7:30pm

 

Celebrating the very best in music from America's 'Music City' this brand new show promises an exciting fusion of pure Country gold with 'New Country' blockbusters!

Guitarist, vocalist and band-leader Bob Drury, who has been selling out in theatres across the country for the past 6 years with his highly acclaimed shows, heads up an amazing cast of musicians to a deliver a set of pristine classics from the likes of Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell, Brad Paisley, Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson and Kenny Rogers.

Featuring Bob's daughter Harriet on female lead vocals the band present stunning versions of monster hits from Shania Twain, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Alison Moorer, Eva Cassidy, June Carter and many more. Harriet is an established vocal performer with a "stunning, soaring voice" that will knock your socks off! With their combined talents Bob and Harriet also lovingly re-create vocal duets from Country's Hall of Fame.

Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Buddy Holly and The Cricketers

Fri 21st Feb

7:30pm

 

On 3rd February 1959, Rock ’n’ Roll, and the world, lost its brightest star. The unparalleled catalogue of music that Buddy Holly left behind has entertained, inspired and moved every subsequent generation to laughter, tears and an irrepressible desire to dance!
To commemorate Buddy’s anniversary and to celebrate the joy he has brought millions of people worldwide for over 60 years, the country’s first and best-loved Buddy Holly act, Buddy Holly and The Cricketers, plays a very special show in venues all over the UK.

Buddy Holly and The Cricketers has always presented Buddy in the style of show we feel he would perform today. Authentic arrangements, driving rhythms, energetic performances and wonderful musicianship, all delivered with charm and humour.

Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

Waterloo - The Best of Abba

Fri 22nd Feb

7:30pm

 

Waterloo - The Best of ABBA looks back at the sensational rise to stardom of the Swedish pop group ABBA and recreates it so impeccably that fans, old and new can still experience the thrill of a live ABBA show.

ABBA were formed in Sweden in 1972 and became one of the bestselling music artists of all time, topping the charts worldwide from 1974 to 1982.

ABBA were honoured at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005, when their hit “Waterloo” was chosen as the best song in the competition's history. The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. In 2015, their song “Dancing Queen” was inducted into the Recording Academy's Grammy Hall of Fame

Tickets & more information
here.

 

 

The Lemon Grove, St Germans Rd, Exeter - Tel: 01392 723538

 

 

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