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Fratellis to play Preston 53Degrees as part of UK Tour

The FratellisWith singalong hits like "Chelsea Dagger", "Whistle For The Choir" and "Mistress Mable", The Fratellis are a band that should need no introduction.

Now, following a brief break - during which frontman Jon released the highly acclaimed "Psycho Jukebox" - the band are back, with a live set road tested across the 2013 summer festivals, and a new album in the works. Be sure not to miss one of the UKs biggest and best live bands here at 53 Degrees.

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From the Jam feat BRUCE FOXTON play Bury Met

From The Jam From The Jam gained an immediate reputation for the kind of incendiary live performances that sealed the reputation of The Jam all those years ago.

2013 sees the 35th Anniversary of the release of All Mod Cons, the third album release by The Jam. From The Jam will be performing the album in its entirety, including one of their most commercially successful singles, Down In The Tube Station At Midnight and a selection of the classic hits and great album tracks from across the fantastic catalogue produced by one of Britain's seminal bands.

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LLoyd Cole hits St Helens Citadel with NEW album !

Lloyd Cole One of the most literate, emotive and witty musicians of his generation, Lloyd Cole burst onto the indie scene with the Commotions in the mid-80s and stormed the charts with hits such as Rattlesnakes, Perfect Skin and Lost Weekend.

He's explored many musical genres over the years, most recently releasing the experimental Selected Studies Vol 1 of ambient electronica. He now records and tours solo, based out of his home in Massachusetts.

His eagerly awaited new album Standards is due out this summer, which Cole describes as sounding 'like T.Rex or Led Zep playing Willie Nelson and Roy Orbison tunes'.

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"Album of the Month! 4.5/5 Stars"

Praise for Lloyd Cole's recent album 'Broken Record': - Rolling Stone (Germany)