Frankie and the Heartstrings melt the ice at Salford Lads’ Club

Frankie & the Heartstrings in the concert hall at Salford Lads' club

The North East may be frozen but Frankie and The Heartstrings braved the arctic weather to perform a glowing set in the concert hall last night.

The gig had started with a terrific set from Brooklyn indies Small Black
before Frankie and co took to the stage. Fans who had trudged along an ice bound Coronation Street were rewarded with a bit of northern soul, giant projected black and white images of the 1980s miners strike making a stark contrast to the lively Sunderland five piece.

The gig was organised by Islington Mill

One Response to “Frankie and the Heartstrings melt the ice at Salford Lads’ Club”

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  • Tony Taylor says:

    It was indeed a cracking night at a great and welcoming venue.

    If there is any justice in the world Frankie and The Heartstrings will be huge.



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