Melton Gig Guide: September 23 to 25 - Melton Times

The Noels Arms hosts Only 21 on Friday, as part of their Early Doors Sessions. They’re a duo of females vocals by Jodie Campbell, and acoustic guitar by Steve Wilkinson.

Their set-list is ever growing with a unique twist on classics from the Foo Fighters to Adele.

The Twisted Sisters take to the stage at the Genny B on Friday. They will play hits from Michael Jackson to Amy Winehouse.

The Rooters will be classic rocking the Genny B on Saturday. They deliver a varied musical classic rock palette from Maiden, Thunder, Extreme, Sabbath, Zep, Black Stone, Cherry and Lizzy.

Saturday sees The Worx play at the Noels Arms. They’re formed by ex-Breeze members Ray Callcut, Jo Bowtell and Dave Partridge. With Damon Clarridge (Drugstore Cowboys) on drums and Pete Morritt (Rhythm Revelers) on keys.

Swamp Trash throw down some of this country’s finest exponents of the Louisiana and Celtic genres at The Grapes, on Saturday. Their set will include a musical melting pot of mandolin, cello, bass, cajun, accordion and zydeco-accordion with guitar, blues, harp and foot-stomp for good measure.

Headlining at Noels Arms on Sunday will be Doc Emmet Brown. They’re made up of three highly versatile and skilled musicians who will play pop, rock, blues, country, Americana, jazz and bluegrass hits from way back when and up to the present day.

Backbeat Drivers play at The Saddle, in Twyford, on Sunday. If you like a fun night, handsome men, stick twirling, drummers together with harmonies all served up with a large helping of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Kansas, then this is the band for you.

The Geese and Fountain at Croxton Kerrial have booked Mark Hickman to entertain crowds on Sunday. He will deliver an upbeat, singalong kind of night with his guitar.