Melton Gig Guide - February 26 to 28 - Melton Times

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The Noels Arms hosts Player II for their Early Doors session on Friday.

The acoustic duo from Loughborough features singer Dave Rogers and guitarist Andy Gurski, both of Indio Black fame.

Shine are back at the Genny B on Friday. This band need no introduction and are looking forward to playing their huge mix of established favourite tunes, complemented by some up to date chart material. Expect something for everyone.

Friday also sees covers band the Mandarins perform at The Crown in Asfordby. They will play an electric mix of music from the 60s to the present day.

The Noels Arms hosts the Reckless on Saturday. Reckless will be performing all that rocked in the 80s. A must for all fans of Def Leppard, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Heart, Cher and many more.

The Hoo Haas will play edgy Brit pop from the 90s to the present day at The Rose and Crown in Hose on Saturday.

They’re looking forward to playing their new upbeat tracks which are so hot they’ll melt your pants.

Get ready to go one step beyond with One Man Two Tone who are set to play at The White Hart on Saturday. Sing and dance to ska and new wave classics.

Kamagra has the stage at the Genny B on Saturday. They will play classic rock and are fronted by a lead vocalist who knows how to get the audience going.

Ruthie Woods is set to perform her powerhouse vocals at The Grapes on Saturday. She has worked professionally in various musicals, touring international bands, music videos and as a solo vocalist.

The Roadhouse opens its doors on Saturday for an ultimate retro night dedicated to the over 25s. The club will play various genres and DJ Chris P will host.

Luke and Lucy are back at the Noels Arms on Sunday for a chilled out acoustic session. Expect lots of harmonies and acoustic versions of songs by artists such as Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Muse, Paolo Nutini, Pink, Alanis Morissette, Damien Rice and others.

The Saddle in Twyford hosts Sticky Fingers: unplugged on Sunday.

Richard Lowe at The Saddle said: “On Sunday we have Sticky Fingers performing unplugged. Well, drummer less, don’t think anybody can unplug the drummer.”

The Boneyard Blues Band are set to play at The Crown on Sunday. They offer a blend of fiery blues rock, glam and psychedelia.

The three piece format is fronted by Dave on bass and vocals, Lee on guitar and Nigel on the drums.