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The Kyla Brox Band

Celebrate Christmas at The Vale with the fabulous Kyla Brox Band.

In 2016 Kyla Brox launched her new album at The Vale, it was a huge success and we are delighted to announce Kyla’s return and this time to celebrate Christmas. We cannot think of better way to start the party season…


Kyla Brox can be tender, urgent and gritty: she blurs the distinction between pleasure and pain like the soul greats of old. The daughter of blues singer Victor Brox, Kyla started singing on-stage at the age of 12 and has several albums to her name, including the band triumph Coming Home (2004) and the stripped and sensitive Grey Sky Blue (2009). The different setting, from band to duo/trio, encourages two distinct Kylas to come to the fore – the salty blues mama in line from Bessie Smith, and the tender soul singer who sets out her hopes and fears in song. She never flinches from emotional reality in either situation, and is undoubtedly the finest UK blues and soul singer of her generation. The Kyla Brox Band graduated to the major league with their show-stopping appearance at Colne Blues Festival in 2002, but their roots go back further, to the infamous ‘child slavery’ edition of the Victor Brox Blues Train, which explains the superb tightness of the playing and the miraculous empathy between the musicians. 

Access – Unfortunately the venue is not yet wheelchair accessible
Dec 22 2017


Date: 22nd Dec 2017
Time: 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Cost: £10 – £100


The Vale, Unit 2 Vale Mill, Micklehurst Road

Mossley, OL59JL United Kingdom

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Date: Friday 22nd December
Time: Doors open 7.30pm
Tickets: £10 Standing, £15 seated (no table), £20 Table Seat (Shared Table), £100.00 Table for 5
Seating arrangements: We have limited tables and chairs available at this event. There will be a mixture of tables, seats and standing / dancing tickets available if you would like a seat we recommend booking your ticket as soon as possible. Once tables and seating have sold out we will not be able to provide more seating due to venue capacity.