There’s live music every Sunday at The Dark Horse Moseley, from some of Brum’s most talented musicians and live bands. With local favourites Fred Skidmore Organ Trio,Jake Henry & Terry Clarke all making regular appearances.
The festivities start from 9pm, every Sunday. With support every night from DJ Dylan, playing some seriously virtuous vinyl.
Introducing the Where to be Scene! Showcase Sessions. A space for young musicians, any age under 25, to perform and showcase their talents.
All are welcome, whether you're a young artist looking to perform, a more seasoned musician who’d like to pass down a bit of that well earned wisdom, or even just a music fan who likes free, incredible, live music!
Tuesday the 25th of Sept with Lucy Rose from 7:30pm & The Bug Club from 9:30pm
Tuesday the 2nd October sees Ryan Sparrow from 7:30pm
Tuesday the 16th October is Nicole Sherwood and The Bug Club
Keep your eyes glued to this event page for more dates as they come out!... See MoreSee Less
Fresh off of your Moseley Craft Beer Festival hangover, we’ve gone & paired up with two of our favourite breweries for a Tap Takeover extravaganza. We’re inviting LOKA POLLY & DEYA Brewing Company to the Dark Horse on Wednesday the 26th of September from 6pm.
There’ll be a whole bars worth of incredible beer to try alongside the opportunity to pick the brains behind two of the country’s most exciting breweries. We’re seriously excited for this one, and we can’t wait to see you there!... See MoreSee Less
Greetings. We are proud to present to you the second edition of Kowalski's Acoustic Club. Once again, entry is free. This month, we have dual headliners of Ire-ish and The Tenbags, who are launching their debut album "Bags O' Craic."
Ire-ish A bunch of fresh faced lads from Sutton make their Dark Horse debut with a set of boisterious takes on Irish traditional numbers filled with the kind of energy and warmth that made Irish music great in the first place.
The Tenbags Tenbags leader Nial Singh has been faithfully developing the group for years now at open mic nights, binfire jams, millions of punk gigs and an anarchist animal sanctuary in Kent, a body of work summarised in the album "Bags O' Craic" which is available for the first time at this event. Expect original material, reworks and veherment spoken word, augmented by banjo, mandolin, violin and guitar.
JOHNNY KOWALSKI (SOLO) The guy on the poster sings some songs.
OPEN MIC The open mic worked out so well last time that we're doing it again. Drop me a line if you want to book a slot in advance.
Big love to Tam Bernard for providing the photo for the poster.
Ladies and gents, The Allergies are hitting the road! And like never before. Catch them up and down the country with their all new LIVE show. That's right, the boys will be manning the decks, but joining them to perform all their hits will be super rapper, Andy Cooper (Ugly Duckling), soul songstress Marietta Smith, and a blazing new horn section to help raise the roof! You won’t want to miss this...
Plus DJ support from Sam Redmore
“The Allergies are neck deep in the world of scratchy samples…This is truly funk and soul for the 21st century!” – Craig Charles, BBC 6 Music
Advance tickets available from skiddle.com/e/13309591
After an absolute scorcher supporting Boy Azooga last April, we’ve been dying to get Odd Soul back for a headline set.
Fusing modern Jazz & Soul with Post Rock, their sound is something best experienced live. While you’re waiting though, why not grab a taste of their debut EP, Movies, on Bandcamp here: oddsouluk.bandcamp.com/releases
Inspired by the neo-soul sound of artists like Jordan Rakei and Hiatus Kaiyote along with elements of post-rock from Explosions in the Sky and whatever it is Mutemath do, Movies offers something for everyone to get behind.
Fabled formed in 2014 when saxophonist/clarinetist, Sam Rapley, brought together a select handful of Britain’s most exciting young musicians to play his original music. This close-knit group of friends have since found a unified and unique way of interacting with each other, born through years of collaborative music making.
Doors 9pm with support and DJs all night. As always, free entry.... See MoreSee Less
Fresh off the release of their second album, acclaimed London five-piece Curse Of Lono are coming to The Dark Horse as part of their UK Wide tour.
After a sell out tour in May, including a sold-out show at London’s Lexington, they appeared at several UK Festivals this summer as well as supporting Steve Earle, Southside Johnny, Cordovas and David Ramirez on separate European tours.
Curse of Lono will be bringing their unique brand of cinematic southern gothic alt rock to the good people of Birmingham, from 9pm on Saturday the 1st of December.... See MoreSee Less