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Katie and the Bad Sign Live at Night and Day

Katie and the Bad Sign Live at Night and Day


26 Oldham Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 1JN


Thursday 16 May 2024 7:30pm until 11:00pm

About Katie and the Bad Sign Live at Night and Day

Katie and The Bad Sign play a hometown show in Manchester at the legendary Night and Day cafe supported by Luna Marble and Vincent Flatts.

A voice that pours with emotion and fills a venue, Katie and the Bad Sign have played across the UK. Hailing from Manchester and proud northerners, they describe their sound as a mix of Americana, Blues & good ole Rock n' Roll. Their 70's inspired music takes you on a journey of catchy melody to gritty guitar sounds and gravelly throttling vocals, giving an essence of Janis Joplin brought into modern-day rootsy rock.

Katie and her band have played up and down the UK at Festivals including Whychwood Festival and Upton Blues, received radio play from BBC Introducing and Planet Rock Radio, and shared bills with Jools Holland and Ocean Colour Scene

Luna Marble

Luna Marble is a rock band from Manchester, with strong roots in blues and psychedelia. Our anthemic and stadium ready tunes are influenced by acts like Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Soundgarden and Pink Floyd.

They have put on 3 headline shows, including a sell-out show in Night & Day Café. They're gearing up to release 4 more singles at the start of 2024, develop our sound and captivate new audiences.

Vincent Flatts Final Drive

Armed-to-the-teeth with new and original music, Vincent Flatts Final Drive are going full bore into 2024. Nothing but full-on, southern-infused, good-time, country rock ‘n’ roll. Stephen “Bertie”Burton fronts the band, and his killer voice and come-one-come-all stage presence hits every person right between the eyes. Come see for yourself. He’s the real deal.

In the 80s, Bertie fronted UK rock band Starfighters, touring the USA with AC/DC on their Back in Black tour and Ozzy Osbourne on his Diary of a Madman tour.

In the 90s he fell in love with country music. The real kind. And it was then the Flatts was born. After some much-needed time out, he joined three other musicians (each nearly half his age) to reform his baby. Together, they've become a force, with critics likening their live performances to legends like Little Feat, and modern acts like Blackberry Smoke and the Zac Brown Band. Since then, the band has performed at venues and festivals across the UK, Europe and Scandinavia."

EVENT LOCATION: 26 Oldham Street
Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 1JN View Larger Map
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