Sack Sabbath, the top tribute to Black Sabbath, will be making a welcome return to Matlock Bath’s Fishpond on Saturday, April 20.
They will be looking to provide a memorable night of music for Black Sabbath fans from across the the Dales.
In ten years of polydecibel touring, the Ilkeston-based band have appeared on national television, on BBC radio and performed live hundreds of times across the UK and Europe and that will continue this year with an appearance at the world-famous Rock In Rhodes festival in Greece in June, plus a number of high profile festivals.
They will be playing the very blackest of Black Sabbath numbers, with deafening renditions of War Pigs, Iron Man, N.I.B, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’and many more.
They will be ably supported on the night by Dreaded Monkey, an up and coming young rock band from the Eastwood area.
Admission is £8 in advance and £10 at the door.
More information is available from 07931 638610.
n Time is rapidly running out for those wishing to put forward names of musical acts they would like to see perform at this year’s Y Not music festival.
There are plenty of bands already confirmed for this year’s festival, to take place at Pikehall near Matlock from August 2-4.
But the organisers have been trying something a little different this time around, offering you the chance to put forward your suggestions for acts to play there.
Let them know via firstname.lastname@example.org and they will do a lucky dip and send ten of you a Y Not 2012 hoodie.
There is also a free band submission app on Facebook. If you are in a band, or know bands that want to play at Y Not this year, upload tracks in Soundcloud or YouTube format app to the page.
The deadline for all of this is April 8.