Sheffield homecoming gig for Howard Brown of Track Dogs at The Greystones

Latin popsters Trackdogs, appearing at The Greystones, Sheffield
Latin popsters Trackdogs, appearing at The Greystones, Sheffield

There’s a homecoming gig at The Greystones on Thursday (March 14) for a Sheffield musician who is now based in Spain, as part of a unique double-header music event.

Madrid-based Track Dogs are performing their infectious, upbeat, latin-tinged pop.

Trumpeter Howard Brown comes from Sheffield and it's the first time the band have played the city since he moved 12 years ago.

With the other members originating in Ireland and the USA, the band fuse many styles together.

Also on the bill is Old Red Eyes, a solo acoustic tribute to Paul Heaton performed by Andy Johnson.

Andy is lead singer of the successful Housemartins and Beautiful South tribute band The Southmartins – even Mr  Heaton conceded "They're really good" -  who have played regularly in the area.

With an unrivalled set of ‘solid bronze’ hits and a lively, soulful style, Andy knows how to get the crowd going.