Liverpool Acoustic eXtra Spotlight #39 - March 2011
Liverpool Acoustic eXtra is a brand new night to take place on the second Friday of every month at the wonderful View Two Gallery on Mathew Street, Liverpool. Each month, Liverpool Acoustic eXtra will feature some of the best local artists from Liverpool and the surrounding area, and will be hosted by Barry Briercliffe and Stuart Todd. This month's gig on Friday 11th March will feature sets from Rae Clark, Miles Carrington, Megan Dooley and The Ratty Little Fingers.
Liverpool Acoustic is launching a brand new event this month that gives a little eXtra to the local music scene.
Liverpool Acoustic eXtra will take place on the second Friday of each month at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street. Unlike the established Liverpool Acoustic Live event which sees local musicians performing alongside national and international acts, Liverpool Acoustic eXtra will only feature acoustic musicians from Liverpool and the 'Greater Merseyside' area.
University students host lecture and concert as part of international Music Freedom Day on Thursday, March 3nd
The University of Liverpool’s Lecture Theatre 9 in the Rendall Building will be buzzing come Thursday, as more than 10 musicians and speakers will participate in a symposium supporting Music Freedom Day. The annual global event provides an opportunity for music lovers to discuss, analyse, and raise awareness about the subject of censorship by working in conjunction with Freemuse, a non-profit organization that advocates freedom of expression for all composers and musicians.
Free Rock & Roll Radio - The Sound of Underground Liverpool - Coming out of 'The Home of the Hits' Toxteth
March 2011 Edition featuring The Lees, Town Bike, The Wizards of Twiddly, John Shuttleworth, Drunken Balordi, Paul Carter, Espezmodicos, Half Man Half Biscuit.
Stay tuned for more rock & roll....
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Sefton Park, Liverpool
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June 2011
12:30pm-9:30pm on both days
Fatoumata Diawara – Mali / Kakeyce Fotso – Cameroon / Mlimani Park Orchestra – Tanzania / Bonga – Angola / Miriem Hassan – Sahara / Damily – Madagascar / Cheny – Mozambique / Abdou Diop – Senegal
Much of Liverpool: City of Radicals is still in the planning stages so you will have to check elsewhere for up to date details - but here is a line up of what is known now to be taking place throughout the year.
Do you doubt their word? Well you can decide by getting yourself along to see some of the 200 acts, 160 bands, musicians and DJs, on 12 stages over 3 days in 1 building. Well it can take you 3 days just to find your way out of the CUC building.
THRESHOLD EUROPE'S LARGEST FESTIVAL UNDER ONE ROOF
February 11-13 2011, CUC Liverpool