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BBC Music Introducing Lancashire
BBC Music Introducing Lancashire
Lancashire’s hottest up-and-coming music talent will come together to launch this year’s Lytham Festival with a special BBC Blanket, Jekyll, Pip Hall, Nana White Pepper and Emily Rhodes will take to the stage at Lowther Pavilion for a not-to-be-missed show on Monday July 8 – hosted by BBC Radio Lancashire’s Sean McGinty.

Cinematic rock band BLANKET headline the night. The Blackpool-based four-piece – who released their debut album How To Let It Go through Sony’s Music For Nations label – have wowed critics and fans across the UK and Europe with their epic live sound.

With festival appearances at The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City and Tramlines already under their belts, JEKYLL’S growing fanbase includes BBC Radio One’s Huw Stephens who described them as “just brilliant” after their recent live session on his BBC Introducing show.

PIP HALL was labelled "the hottest unsigned artist in the country" in the national press and her wonderful debut album Everything Before – which features the brilliant My Eden, Mary and James – only serves to validate such a glowing appraisal.

Explosive Blackpool four-piece NANA WHITE PEPPER unite wildly contrasting influences to create something wholly coherent – a punchy rock sound filled with unforgettable riffs and powerful Teenage songwriter EMILY RHODES is no stranger to Lytham Festival and this will be her third performance at the event. A finalist at the prestigious ‘Busk in London’ competition, Kirkham-based Emily’s debut release Get Out of My Way was produced by Blanket frontman Bobby Pook.

Age Guidance: 14+

Date & Times
Mon 8 Jul 2019  @  7:00pm  Buy Tickets