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Carlisle’s False Flags show their Dark Side

False Flags is a new rock band from Carlisle that came to fruition over a garden renovation last Summer. What started as a half-serious notion quickly turned into an exciting project that blends rock, blues, indie and grunge.  The False Flags ensemble have experience in previous outfits, so when the conversation did get serious, the […]

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James return to Carlisle with their new album

Written by Karl Connor James’ latest album, Living in Extraordinary Times, is arguably some of the best work Manchester Indie favourites James have ever produced.  They’ll be showcasing it — along with a host of the classic hits that have kept them popular and relevant for well over 30 years — when they bring their […]

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Sigala to headline Carlisle Racecourses open air concert!

The Jockey Club Live and Carlisle Racecourse are proud to announce that SIGALA will be headlining an open-air concert on Saturday 6th July, with a full live band. Sigala is one of the UK’s most respected and influential electronic music producers with 7 platinum singles, 8 million worldwide sales, 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify […]

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New Music Roundup – Rogues and The Indica Gallery

At the Guide we’re aware that there’s plenty of great bands out there recording quality music.  We also know it’s not always easy for them to find a wider audience outside their own area and that’s the reason for our local music section.  If you’re a band or a musician who’s recently recorded some of […]

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Jill Jackson brings Country music to the city

This February The Old Fire Station will welcome back singer songwriter Jill Jackson. Jill has already appeared on Cumbrian stages for the launch of her most recent album but for this show Jill has something a little different. She’s looking forward to returning to the Old Fire Station. “I have played in Carlisle quite a […]

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Indica Gallery set to light up the music industry in 2019

Every now and then a band comes along and floors you, sends shivers down your spine and makes you want to pick up an instrument and be in a band. It’s a rare commodity and a rare experience, especially in a live context but these Cumbrian lads nail it. Well this band, these lads from […]

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Tragedy – All metal tribute to the Bee Gees and beyond

Tragedy bring their unique blend of metal and disco to the Brickyard in Carlisle on February 23rd.    The most concise way to describe Tragedy is as a tribute band but that does not begin to do them justice.  Formed in New York 11 years ago founding member “Mo’Royce Peterson explains the idea behind the […]

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Jamming at the Old Fire Station Carlisle

The Big Blues Jam has to be one of the best secrets in Carlisle.  Held at the Old Fire Station, the sessions allow local musicians to join in with a very well respected Soul-Deep Rhythm and Blues band. Hosted by blues outfit Redfish on a Sunday afternoon, the monthly event is an amazing opportunity to […]

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AKA The Music of Noel Gallagher at the Solway Hall

15 February The Solway Hall in Whitehaven is expecting a big turnout for AKA The Music of Noel Gallagher on Friday the 15th of February.  Featuring classic Oasis tunes and music from Noel’s band The High Flying Birds the event is sure to raise the roof, if history is anything to go by. According to […]

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Local Music – New releases

We are committed to showcasing the best of our local musical talent and in this issue we have two great bands with awesome new music and a couple of singer-songwriters who have released brand new albums.   If you’re in a band, or are a singer or musician and you’d like to feature in The Guide […]

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