Friday, 9 December 2016
News from Fusebox
FUSEBOX has become an integral part of the Northern Jazz scene in recent years. The time have worked tirelessly to promote cutting edge, boundary pushing music and the Fox and Newt in Leeds has become known both by UK and international musicians as a supportive, inspiring venue. This week, the team have announced that there are to be some changes and we wanted to help spread the word.
From the Fusebox facebook page -
As I mentioned at the last gig, the Fusebox core team have been discussing ways in which we might develop Fusebox.
We've done great things over the last few years and we want to thank every musician who has played a show and, most importantly, every audience member who has bought a ticket.
Due to this fantastic support all of us here at Fusebox want to give you all something better, something bigger and something stronger.
In order for us to do this we need to take some time.
So, as Fusebox changes, we ask you all to be patient and stick by us.
In the meantime we'll keep Fusebox in your mind, by being in touch with info on Fusebox-related artists including live shows, releases, videos and broadcasts so you will always be up to date and have music to listen to.
You'll see and hear soon, on here, what happens next with Fusebox and we think you're going to love it.
With great respect, a heartfelt thanks a very merry christmas and a happy new year.
Stay tuned by visiting the fusebox website and facebook page. We look forward to seeing what 2017 has in store for this great venture!
Labels: cutting edge, fusebox, improvised music, leeds, news
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