We are Tees Music Alliance a not-for-profit organisation operating for the benefit of musicians, their audiences, supporting industries and community groups. Our primary focus is to play our part in building a thriving live music scene in Teesside. We do this through our premises and activities - all of which are operated on a not-for-profit basis, with all income being re-cycled to provide other services and events. Our premises and activities include Recording & Rehearsal facility Green Dragon Studios, two Live music venues The Georgian Theatre and The Green Room and music festival Stockton Calling – a venue spanning music spectacular that takes place in the heart of Stockton on Tees.
TO KEEP OUR ACTIVITIES GOING ON A NOT-FOR-PROFIT BASIS, WE NEED YOUR HELP...
On Friday 12th of June Lottie Jack Vintage will be transforming The Georgian Theatre, Stockton back in to the 1940’s for their special The Blitz Party.
The Blitz Party will be a fabulous evening wherein the guest will be transported back into the glitz and glamour of the art deco 1940s. Decking the hall with sandbags and torches.
The evening Perfectly set within The Georgian Theatre’s cavernous frame, giving the atmosphere an authenticity.
On Saturday 11th April Tees Music Alliance welcomes Ben Ottewell of Gomez to The Georgian Theatre, Stockton.
As a singer and lead guitarist in rock band Gomez (whose debut album ‘Bring It On’ won the 1998 Mercury Music Prize) Ben Ottewell is well known for his unmistakable voice and talent for blistering and inspired guitar solos. In Rolling Stone declared, "Gomez's not-so-secret weapon is Ben Ottewell.” And as GQ Magazine once wrote and anyone listening can attest, "[his] voice is not of this world.”
Tommy Scott, lead singer and front man of platinum selling Liverpool Britpop heroes Space, is bringing his first ever solo tour to The Georgian Theatre in Stockton on Saturday 15th November.
Celebrating 25 years in the music business, Tommy will play all the hits and some brand new solo material in his return to Teesside after Space performed to a sell out crowd at this years Stockton Calling.
Teesside’s multi-venue, all-day music spectacular Stockton Calling will return on Saturday 4 April 2015 with The Ordinary Boys headlining ARC and Nigel R Clark from Dodgy confirmed to headline The Vault. The festival will be in its sixth year and host venues ARC, Ku Bar and The Georgian Theatre will all be leading the entertainment with many other Stockton venues also involved in the mammoth day of music.
It is with a heavy heart that we deliver the news that this years Stockton Weekender, which saw the likes of Public Enemy and Happy Mondays perform on the Riverside, was the last.
But we (Tees Music Alliance) are already working with Stockton Council and other partners to explore alternatives. The annual event, held on Stockton Riverside for the last four years, has seen the likes of Primal Scream, Seasick Steve, James, The Pogues, Maximo Park, Jake Bugg, Kodaline, Django Django and more perform.
Record & Rehearse
Take your first steps in honing your craft at our fully equipped rehearsal spaces and recording studio at Green Dragon Studios. Prices are currently £7 per room, per hour - which includes vocal PA and 2 x microphones, and £3.50 during the day (up until 4pm).