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THURSDAY, MAY 3

The Stackyard Stompers hit the Unwin Club, Sutton.

The Ocean Between Us, Sacred Betrayal and Dead Harts play Sheffield’s Corporation.

Progressive rockers IOA are at The Diamond, Sutton, with support from Morning Star.

Reformed Characters, Obvious Pseudonym, Sexy Heretics and Tom Moore are at West St Live, Sheff.

FRIDAY, MAY 4

Dfacto play The Grouse, Brampton.

Shining wits The Pitz are at the Star, Brampton.

The North launch their debut EP Lawful Bullet at The Beg, Borrow and Steal, Sheffield. The Trap, IC1s and The Natterjacks provide support.

The Buddies make friends with The Butcher’s Arms, Brimington.

The Modfathers pay tribute to Weller at The Diamond, Sutton.

Ladyhawke lands at The Leadmill, Sheff.

Jungle Lion roars at West St Live, Sheff.

Stumble fall into The County, Chesterfield.

Sour Mash play Brampton Manor, Chesterfield.

Pint of Mild are at Chesters, Whitt Moor.

SATURDAY, MAY 5

Unbroken rock up at The Travellers Inn, South Kirkby.

Living fossils The Pitz will be right at home in the Great Rocks Club, Peak Dale.

Bad Penny roll up to Woodseats WMC, Sheffield.

Crossfire catch The Butcher’s Arms, Brimington.

She Will Be Hollywood play The Crown Inn, Selston.

Steak Number Eight are at the Corporation, Sheff.

Foreigner’s Journey pay tribute at The Diamond, Sutton.

Konkreet Mickza, Calablanc, Radical Boy, Zambozi, LostLad & Absulum line up at The Plug, Sheff.

The Daze do West St Live, Sheff.

Cameo make an appearance at Brimington Social Club.

The Zedz play the Rose and Crown, Brampton

Rehab check into The County, Chesterfield.

R. Taylor is at The Vic Club, Whitt Moor.

Route 66 get their kicks at The Alehouse, Woodeseats, Sheff.

Strayed Cats find a home at Chesters, Whitt Moor.

Wild McBride do The Queen’s, Bakewell.

SUNDAY, MAY 6

Roy Bailey, Steve White and the Protest Family and Martin Sumpton play Chesterfield Stop The War Coalition’s concert for peace at Chesterfield’s Winding Wheel.

The Shay Day event at Wingerworth’s Barley Mow sees live music, inlcude John Nolan’s Elvis tribute, plus the launch of the H4H Derbyshire CD by Ellie Coates, stalls and entertainment, all in aid of Help For Heroes. It starts at noon.

It’s The Day of the Bands music marathion at Chesterfield’s Market, with The Pitz, Grassoline, Whisky Bob, The Coo Coo Bird Old Time String Band, Erin Lynas, David Thornton, Boomerang Generation from 4pm.

It’s the Sunday Singalong with Dave Bentley and friends at the Old Poets’ Corner, Ashover.

Happy Mondays and Inspiral Carpets turn back the clock at Sheffield’s O2 Academy.

Southside Jazz are at The Badger, Brockwell, Chesterfield, from 4pm.

Sutton’s Diamond pays tribute to the Foo Fighters. Some Kinda Mushroom support.

Vince Shaw entertains Brimington Social Club.

Steve Fuller plays The Vic Club, Whitt Moor.

The Idle Hands play Clowne Community Centre.

MONDAY, MAY 7

Metrum, Orchid Star and Merry Hell bring music to Chesterfield’s Rykneld Square from 12.30pm as part of the annual May Day Gala celebrations.

Tribes gather at Sheffield’s Leadmill.

Killer Joules, Cable35, Cheap Stolen Goods and Man Vs Megabear tag-team West Street Live, Sheffield.

Pastmasters are at The Butcher’s Arms, Brimington, from 4pm.

It’s the junior jam session at Chesterfield’s County from 4.30pm- 7.30pm, with adult jam night from 8pm.

Take The Seven and The Coo-Coo Bird Old Time String Band are at Brampton Manor, from 2pm onwards

TUESDAY, MAY 8

Resident pianist Peter Thorneycroft is at the Market Place, Cromford.

It’s the open acoustic session at the Old Poets’ Corner, Ashover.

Polar, Carcer City, Elision and Sleep Athena take turns with The Corporation.

Hitomi, Diamond Velocity, Deny The Lie, Grey Goes Down and All So Reckless take turns with Sheffield’s West St Live.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9

The Ladies of Country Tour brings Lynn Anderson, Jeannie C Riley, Sandy Kelly, Ann Williamson, Sarah Jory and Ally Bally to Buxton Opera House.

It’s Motown and Northern Soul night at The Yellow Lion, Saltergate, Chesterfield.

Al Needham and his gentlemen of jazz do the Olde House, Loundsley Green.