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Music Shop near Keighley, Silsden, Bingley, Hawforth and surrounding areas.

Music Shop for Keighley and outlying areas with musical instruments and equipment.

Promenade Music's parcel delivery van is in Keighley, Silsden, Bingley, Hawforth, Laycock, Oakworth, Cullingworth, Harden, Sandbeds, East Morton, Riddlesden, Steeton, Eastburn, Settle (etc) daily and our two man delivery team for pianos, organs etc are in the area twice a week.

We have many customers in the Keighley area and our music shop is less than 60 miles from Keighley which will take just over an hour by car.

Call Promenade Music on 01524 410202 or email [email protected]

Music Around Keighley

Keighley has a popular local music scene with a variety of venues hosting local bands, a notable example being the now defunct CJ's bar (also known as Chrome, VW's, Cheese and Trumpet) that played host to many popular touring bands. Amongst these have been Foxes Faux, The Sailmakers, Random Hand, The Get Guns, Dead Message, and Eyesore Angels. The British rock bands Skeletal Family and Terrorvision were also originally formed in Keighley.

The Exchange Arts Center
The Exchange Arts Centre is one of Keighley’s premier music/arts venue located in Keighley’s creative quarter on Russell Street, catering for local & touring acts of any genre and providing a great experience for everyone involved.

Keighley Brass Bands

Some of the local brass bands active in the Keighley area have included:

The Haworth Band
The Haworth Band strives to serve the local community and to provide a forum for musicians of any age who enjoy playing music in an ensemble. The Haworth Band undertakes engagements and provides musical services at village fetes and galas, annual country shows, churches and any special occasion where its services are required. Additionally the band presents seasonal concerts at The Haworth Parish Church (St. Michael's & All Angels)

Keighley Community Band
The Keighley Community Band was formed in early 2005 from the remnants of the Keighley Salvation Army Corps Band. Although the band comes under the umbrella of the Salvation Army many players are not in fact Salvationists.
The aim of the Community band is to provide an environment where brass players can come together and enjoy fellowship and share their love of brass band playing. Although the repertoire is predominantly from the Salvation Army Brass Band Journals – Marches, Hymn settings, Selections etc, they are also expanding into other genres of music including the popular music scene, musicals and some Classical pieces etc.

Keighley Choirs
Some of the community choirs that have been active in the Keighley area include:

Silsden Singers
Silsden singers is a community choir who meet once a week during Term-time, in Silsden West Yorkshire. Silsden Singers is a mixed choir with over 40 members, open to all adults who want to have fun, singing in harmony with others.

Settle Voices
Settle Voices is a local Community Choir in the market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. Anyone who enjoys singing is welcome to come and sing and members do not need audition or be able to read music. Rehearsals consist of a gentle warm up we sing two or three different songs.

Keighley Road Jolly Wassailers
A group of mixed voices, formed in 1999, singing wassails and carols to celebrate the turning of the year, Mayday and Harvest. Songs are mainly unaccompanied four-part harmony; some have music and dance. Songs include wassails from all over England; Sheffield carols; mediaeval Latin carols; and boisterous drinking songs.

Call Promenade Music on 01524 410202 or email [email protected]