THE BAND From County Hell will return to leading Keighley music venu the Exchange on Saturday March 16.

The band will perform with the award-winning Julie McLelland in a follow-up to last year’s gig which received a “fantastic response” from Keighley music lovers.

They promise a night of original, lively Celtic rock at a concert supported by popular local band Johnny Gowcho & The Devil’s Rejects.

The Band From County Hell have recorded six critically-acclaimed albums and are currently recording their seventh.

They have played more than 2,000 live performances, touring with nationally-known bands like Stiff Little Fingers, The Levellers, Hayseed Dixie, The Stranglers, UB40, The Beat and New Model Army.

Tickets cost £5 from the Exchange Arts Centre on Russell Street.

A spokesman said: “Live gigs have seen The Band From County Hell play from the smallest of venues

“Major festivals appearances include Wychwood Festival, Rhythm Festival, Weyfest, the Bearded Theory Festival, Galtres and the Acoustic Festival of Great Britain.

In 2015 the band won the public vote at the Great British Folk Festival for the best new act, which saw them play on the main stage to a capacity crowd.”

Reviewers have praised the band’s gritty, passionate and appealing original compositions, there great humour, and ability to get the crowd going.

Playing the Exchange Arts Centre on March 29 will be Hellbound Hearts with support from heavy-blues hard rockers CPSD

The Exchange spokesman said: “Hellbound Hearts are a live force to be reckoned with astonishing heavy, catchy and standout music, laced with wicked jagged riffs and pop-smart melodies.”

Tickets will cost £5.

Visit or call 01535 661591 to book tickets.