Melton Gig Guide: May 14 to 17

Cabin Boy Jumped Ship perform at the Generous Briton's free metal night this weekend EMN-151205-093532004
Cabin Boy Jumped Ship perform at the Generous Briton's free metal night this weekend EMN-151205-093532004
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Singer songwriter Steve Cartwright, folk singer Robyn Johnson and local lad Tobias Court feature at the Noel’s Wax Lyrical night on Thursday.

Friday is metal night at the Genny B featuring Cabin Boy Jumped Ship with new songs from their upcoming second EP and Leeds metalcore outfit On Hollow Ground. The Final Chapter play their blend of catchy choruses and heavy riffs for fans of heavy but highly melodic music, and local favourites Velocity kick off the night with their original rocket-fuelled rock and latest single.

Firmly tongue-in-cheek, Basket Case, bring their brand of pop punk, new wave, cheese and sleeze to The Noels on Friday.

Nigel Baker (The Grapes, Friday) will be singing to raise money for the Luke Bayes Aitken Memorial Fund.

Luke’s favourite song Take me to Church by Hozier will be sang in his memory.

Resident band Monty’s Travellin’ Music Show are joined by brilliant special guest Pete Morton at Frisby Village hall on Saturday evening. Tickets £15 on the door or £12 in advance from 07703 648007.

The new Shine line-up make their rescheduled Melton debut at the Generous Briton on Saturday, covering well-known artists alongside great new material.

The Rooters (Noels Arms, Saturday) deliver a varied classic rock palette from Maiden, Thunder, Extreme, and Sabbath, Zep to Black Stone Cherry and Lizzy.

Tin Soldier rock out at The White Hart on Saturday with classic and contemporary rock with a touch of punk, including classics from AC/DC, The Clash, The Buzzcocks, The Police, and The Beastie Boys.

Charismatic vocalist David Wyatt and bass player Simon Gilroy (The Moonlights) play a set as The Troubadors at the Noels on Sunday. Classic tunes with golden harmonies and melodies good enough to eat.

Up-and-coming three-piece The Wayfarers return to The Crown on Sunday with a variety of covers from Jumpin’ Jack Flash to Ever Fallen In Love? and Can’t Explain.