Melton Gig Guide: November 18 to 22 - Melton Times

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The Noels Arms hosts Pembroke Tenneson on Friday as part of their Early Doors Sessions. They will a play a set of 60s folk-rock and Americana-influenced original songs and covers. Expect lyrical tales, plaintive melodies and a range of styles.

The Thin White Duke debut at the Genny B on Friday. They’re fronted by the Genny B’s very own Paul ‘Scampi’ Schamp on vocals. Expect numerous anthems from Bowie including Ziggy stardust, Heroes, Rebel Rebel and Space Oddity.

Sam Southall will take to the stage at The Grapes on Friday. He will sing songs from all genres including pop, swing, rock, jazz, reggae, rock and roll and rap.

On Saturday Monty’s Travelin’ music show introduce Hula Bluebirds at Frisby Village Hall. Apart from being great people these boys are fantastic musicians who will play a host of hula style material.

Get yourself up to The Stute on Saturday where you can enjoy a soul night to remember.

The Veltones return to the Genny B for the first in over a year on Saturday. The band have been working hard to get new guitarist Jon up to speed with The Veltones popular brand of funk, soul, disco and rock.

The Noels Arms hosts Junction Classic Rock on Sunday. They’re a power trio from Derbyshire, well known for their entertaining stage presence, fantastic light show and superb musicianship.

Mistabeat headline at The Grapes on Saturday. Their set will include hits from the likes of The Beatles to T-Rex, Creedence Clearwater Revival to Chuck Berry and ZZ Top to Status Quo.

Sunday sees Lil Jim and Mike Lee deliver high energy covers at the Noels Arms. Expect accordion acrobatics, formidable grooves and rhythms and the sweetest harmonies.

Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather at The Crown, a new venture for people of all ages and hosted by Adrian Kerr.