Melton Gig Guide: October 27 to November 1 - Melton Times

On Friday, at The White Hart, Dean Barrett’s Bootleg Barlow will take you on a journey from the early 1990s days of Take That, to the break up in 1996.

The Fentones will host an electric set at The Crown on Friday. The band will perform a cool mix of rock and pop ballads.

Friday sees Dust and Debris headline at the Genny B. They will play a mix of original songs and obscure covers. Dust and Debris have a “Rootsy” sound.

Ding dong the witch has gone! The fat lady sings...This Friday sparks the end of an era as the singing landlady performs for her last night with Melton’s 80s super group, Reckless.

Jo said: “I came here singing and that’s just exactly how I’m leaving.”

The Nags Head will host The Hoo Haas on Saturday. They will rock Harby for a sensational Halloween extravaganza.

Get ready to go one step beyond watching One Man Two Tone at The White Hart on Saturday. Sing and dance along to ska, two tone and new wave classics.

Picto Mexico return to the Genny B on Saturday. They will be offering free hugs to the best Halloween costume.

The Underdogs are in town at the Noels Arms on Saturday. Head on down if you’re a fan of AC/DC, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin, Kasabian, Queen, The Darkness, The Cult, Pearl Jam and others.

The Crown will host a kick in the ghoulies Halloween fancy dress party hosted by top Melton band XMA on Saturday. All ghosts and ghouls welcome. Enter if you dare!

Stuart Leigh will perform at The Grapes on Saturday. The excellent male vocalist will perform a wide range of songs from different eras and genres.

Baron Lewis returns the Noels Arms on Sunday. Not being afraid to mix genres AC/DC’s ‘Highway to Hell’ can be heard in the same set as ‘Get Lucky’ by Daft Punk.

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

For more details about gigs visit www.meltongigguide.co.uk