Saturday, June 23, 2007


Five piece covers band Resurgence continue to increase their fan-base throughout Yorkshire. With their slogan of Rock Chicks, Rock Trash, Rock Here.... they give you exactly what it says on the label! Formed in 2004 Resurgence features members of old Leeds favourites from the 90s 'The Hiding Place' and Sheepscar group 'Vital Signs' with the addition of accomplished lead singer Jo-Jo. Blasting clasic track after classic track, prepare to rock like never before at the next Resurgence gig.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007


Whitefire, one of the most exciting new bands to play the local scene in recent times have announced some new gig dates, including;

22/06/07 The New Inn, Easingwold 20-00 start
29/06/07 The World’s End, Knaresborough 20-00 start
13/07/07 The Duck & Drake, Leeds 20-00 start
21/07/07 The Golden Lion, Halifax 20-00 start

This is a band definitely going places, who guarantee power-rock filled gigs.

For more information and full gig list, please visit

Friday, June 01, 2007


After weeks of planning and negotiations, Leeds Music Promotions Limited, are pleased to announce some exciting new developments.

A new full-colour quarterly e-magazine will be available to download from the American Publishers w The 28 page magazine titled “Keeping The Music Live” complete with pictures of all the artists featured, will be available at the beginning of each of the following months, June, September, December and March. The magazine will be available to download for twelve months, giving advertisers a full year of exposure per issue. The magazine will be advertised worldwide through both and an eBay power seller based in the US.

The cost will be £1-25 / $2-50 per download, a full colour full-page ad will only cost £35 / $70 per issue. Please contact us for further details, advertising rates from £2-50 per issue are available for classified ads. Discounts for full and half page ads are also available.

The local “Keep Music Live” magazine will continue as a bi-monthly magazine, with extra pages. The next editions will be July/August, September/October and November/December. The aim is to continue promoting the local scene, through our bi-monthly magazine, while the quarterly magazine will promote from a world perspective, enabling UK bands / artists the opportunity, to advertise their CD’s etc to a potentially massive audience.

Due to the commitments of the magazines, we will not be in a position to organise gigs etc, for the foreseeable future, however we will still offer advice whenever we can, and work with artists to promote through our e-magazine contacts.

These are exciting times, let’s promote the positive together.

Paul Abraham
Leeds Music Promotions Limited
June 2007