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Hebden Bridge has a diverse music scene; ranging from musicians busking on the streets, jam sessions, open mics and workshops (drumming and didjeridoo to digital music production) to performances of choral and classical music at various events  and venues.
A prominent venue, The Trades Club regularly features musicians of local, national and international renown performing a wide range of music; including: Rock, Blues, and Folk, through Punk, Klezmer, Ska, Reggae, Dub and Jazz to Qawwali, Trance, Gnawa and Drum and Bass.
Notable artists that have played at The Trades Club include: Acid Mothers Temple, Bogshed, Ali Farka Touré , Astralasia , Bhundu Boys, Chumbawamba , Damo Suzuki, sicknote , Dreadzone, Dick Gaughan, notsensibles, Steve Tilston , Jah Wobble, The Unthanks , The Selecter, Dennis Rollins, Didier Malherbe, Maghribibeat, 3 Daft Monkeys, Andy Sheppard, Drum Machine Daevid Allen, Tetchi , Eat Static, Transglobal Underground and Zion Train
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