Take a peek into what's planned for the coming months. More details nearer the time.
- Th 1st - Steps Session Our monthly night of quality musicians from around the area.
- Sa 3rd - Black Friday Three mature musicians, all driven by the old school funk / rock / pop, particularly Steely Dan, going out as a trio with their renditions of some of these classic tunes. Ged Campbell on bass, Anthony D'Souza on drums and Steve Wood on keyboards & vocals.
- Su 4th - Indigo Rose + Phil Cudworth + Laura Murray A welcome return for Indigo Rose and Laura Murray to Number 39 and we are pleased to welcome, for the first time, singer songwriter Phil Cudworth.
- Th 8th - John Bailey Presents a tribute to Allan Holdsworth No stranger to Number 39 the very accomplished John Bailey will be paying tribute to the British guitarist and composer Allan Holdsworth who passed away in April 2017 but was best known for his amazing Jazz Fusion.
- Tu 13th - Treppenwitz Treppenwitz is a project dedicated to improvisation and the exploration of sounds. Compositions are all contributed by the members and are used as a springboard for exploration of sounds, textures, harmony and rhythm.
- Th 15th - Paul Farr Trio The Paul Farr Trio only play original music whether it's jazz, blues, funk or whatever else comes out! Expect melodic jazz, gritty blues and funky New Orleans.
- Tu 20th - Acoustic Tuesday (Irish Theme)
- Th 22nd - Cannonball Statman All the way from New York City, Brooklyn's Cannonball Statman brings music to challenge reality with poetic words striking through.
- Su 25th - Stephen John Hartley + Weregulls Singer/Songwriter Stephen John Hartley is a qualified NHS A&E consultant working part-time which allows him to pursue his passions for music and lately as an author with the recent publishing of his autobiographical book, "Painting Snails: A Rock & Roll Doctor's Tale". The Weregulls are three piece band from Burnley. Post-punk industrial rock with a chilled out vibe.
- Th 29th - Simon Wood Based in Newcastle Simon Wood plays unusual percussive instruments the most notable being the Hang Drum which is an amazing modern creation yet it sounds ancient. Made in Switzerland the Hang is a resonant and deep instrument made from steel that sounds like no other instrument out there. It's rich overtones and meditative yet energetic sonics will have you floating on a cloud of bliss.
- Th 5th - Steps Session Our monthly night of quality musicians from around the area.
- Sa 7th - Independents Tour feat- JD Meatyard, Mankes (NL), Tamsin A and KIN (NL) If you've seen JD before you know it's going to be pugnacious, political, poignant and pure gold!
- Th 12th - Urban Jazz Guerillas Graham Young's jazz fusion quartet, the Urban Jazz Guerrillas play heavy grooves and even heavier improvisation, sounds you can both dance to and be musically astounded at the same time.
- Sa 14th - King Georges Hall Jazz/Funk night with Ian G and Mark. Some great sounds from the King George's DJ's Ian Gillibrand and Mark Grice
- Th 19th - Bo Weavil Bo Weavil unashamedly play to the crowd with an entertaining mix of upbeat folk medleys, steady ballads and mournful blues, peppered all the way with plentiful three-part harmony singing and an emphasis on authoritative fiddle melodies.
- Tu 24th - Acoustic Tuesday with special guests Tim Holehouse & Malcolm Tent Tim Holehouse is one of the hardest working musicians you'll ever meet. He's primarily inspired by the delta blues but also punk rock, jazz, country metal and experimental music. A musician who has been on the road for almost 10 years, he has performed in almost all European countries, Australia, Canada, USA and Japan. From Danbury, Connecticut, Malcolm Tent will bring us what he classifies as "Trash American Style" which is in fact acoustic punk with some great lyrics.
- Th 26th - Skutch Manos Skutch Manos offer a beautiful and hypnotic clash of classical Spanish and British instrumental acoustic folk, sometimes heavy, sometimes soft, but always heartfelt!
- Th 3rd - Steps Session Our monthly night of quality musicians from around the area.
- Th 10th - Misha Gray's Prehistoric Jazz Quintet Misha Gray's compositions are far from Prehistoric, they are highly complex and attempt to boil music down to its core. This core that resonates deep within us and has been resonating within us since the dawn of Man.
- Th 17th - Martin Connor (Quintet) Manchester singer and songwriter Martin Connor sings in various bands like Bugalu Foundation, Gypsies of Bohemia and The Bluntskins. Tonight he appears in a quintet line-up and you can expect some great grooves topped off by Martin's soulful voice.
- Su 20th - Grant Sharkey + support Grant Sharkey plays electric bass and sings but the songs, complemented with comedy and gentle, light-hearted political comment are immensely thought provoking.
Keep checking back for updates...
Paul Farr Tro
Graham Young of Urban Jazz Guerrillas
JD Meatyard appearing with the Independents Tour
Misha Gray's Prehistoric Jazz
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Number 39 Hopstar Brewery Tap
39-41, Bridge Street
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