Melton Gig Guide - March 24 to 27 - Melton Times

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DJ Spoony is to headline The Kings Head tonight.

Musicvein are working with The Kings Head to see more live acts perform in soul, RnB and other genres.

Hear tunes from DJ Juvenile (Resident DJ - Revolution, Loughborough) then dance the night away with ex Radio One host and one third of the amazing garage act The Dreem Teem!

Tickets are £15 and available from The Kings Head, Nicko’s chip shop - or via Line-up or here: https://lineupnow.com/event/musicvein-entertainment-presents-dj-spoony

Analogue Haze return to the Genny B on Good Friday. Expect 80s synth classics from The Thompson Twins, Joy Division, Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet plus many more.

Saturday sees Phil Lloyd perform at The Stute. He’s a well known and respected artist from the north and has been on the country scene a long while.

The Carrington Arms in Ashby Folville hosts Falling Angels on Saturday. The band will be armed with accordions, harps, cittern guitars, banjos and a bunch of Irish jigs and ballads reels.

Bluebird Parade play at The Saddle in Twyford on Saturday. The band are influenced by an electric mix of musical genres including indie rock, pop, jazz and folk.

The Genny B has Quit Ya Bitchin a five piece classic rock band rocking the pub down on Saturday. They are a five piece band who play the likes of AC/DC, Whitesnake, Deep Purple and Thin Lizzy.

Squeeze Box are in town at the Noels Arms on Saturday.

They are a band that is more ‘My Generation’ than ‘Build me up Buttercup!’ They perform songs from the 60s to the current day.

Rounding off Saturday will be Ska-Waddy who play at The Grapes. The reggae act originate from Coventry and can trace their origins back to the days of the famous Horizon recording studio and the Coventry 2-Tone era.

The Noels Arms host Dangerous Dogs on Sunday. Dangerous Dogs play a wide range of stuff from country blues to stuff “wot we just wrote.”

A night of funky entertainment has been organised at The Crown. Tenaciously D, a tribute act to the musical comedy duo of Jack Black and Kyle Glass are in town on Sunday.

Reckless round off a great Easter weekend at The Crown by performing all songs that rocked in the 80s. A must attend for fans of Def Leppard, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi and many more. Fancy dress is encouraged.