KEIGHLEY music studio Jam on Top is holding a two-night celebration for its 10th birthday.

People can watch local bands play at the studio in Melbourne House, Chesham Street, off Dalton Lane, on December 14 and 15 from 7pm.

Friday will see Hollow Earth, The Ferridays, Annie Drury and The Light Show, and Saturday will see Universe 25, Box Jellys and Stig of the Dub.

Jam on Top will hold a festive young people’s open mic night on December 20 from 6pm to 8pm, featuring young bands Awkward and Distort.

Jam spokesman Tracey Leach said: “We are always on the lookout for young performers, whether new or experienced – if you write poems, tell stories, play an instrument, in a band, compose lyrics or tell jokes.”

The festivities will be in Jam’s new Studio 5, a small performance area and pre-production studio with lighting, PA and stage. There will be a collection for Manorlands.

Tracey added: “Studio 5 has truly been a co-operative of Jam users that have helped build it and made this studio happen for all the musicians of Keighley to use, especially the younger musicians.”

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