We remember watching Miles Kane back in the early 2000s as part of upstarts The Little Flames, whose sassy, aloof indie-pop briefly lit up the city. Since then, Kane’s career has had an upward trajectory: joining forces with the Arctic Monkey’s Alex Turner for the excellent Last Shadow Puppets, schmoozing with rock royalty, and honing his own sound on solo album ‘The Colour and the Trap’.

To celebrate Kane’s roots and the importance Liverpool’s had on his career so far, he’s coming back to Merseyside for an intimate celebratory gig, courtesy of JD Roots. On 15th May he’ll be heading to the not-much-bigger-than-your-front-room Zanzibar venue, running through some of his best tracks and previewing tracks from his new, forthcoming album. It’s going to be a bit special, basically.

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To win a pair of tickets to this one off event (we doubt you’ll be seeing him in a venue this small again for a long time), answer the question below and email it to info@sevenstreets.com with the subject ‘JD Roots’. We’ll pick a winner at 12pm on 3rd May.

Include your full name, date of birth, postal address and a contact number so we can notify you if you’ve won. Strictly over 18s only.

Q: Which street in Liverpool is the Zanzibar on?

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