Melton Gig Guide: September 9 to 11 - Melton Times

The Noels Arms hosts Long Island tomorrow evening as part of their Early Doors Sessions. They’re a Midlands based acoustic duo who play songs from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Nancy Sinatra, Bruno Mars and The Beatles to name but a few.

Self-taught musician Joe Doyle will perform at The Carington Arms on Friday. He started playing bass guitar in 2008, learning songs through tablature via Ultimate Guitar.

The singer-songwriter will project across various music genres and will combine abstract styles like gypsy, jazz and hip/hop.

On Friday, at the Genny B, Bassalien will invade the venue. The band that pride themselves on trying to play songs that are different and will play hits from U2, Foo Fighters, Stereophonics, Muse, Royal Blood, Linkin Park and more.

Saturday sees Melton Teenage Market commence in the Market Place. Organisers from the Melton Bid said: “The Teenage Market has performances on the stage throughout the day. Come down and show your support.

“It’s a free opportunity for young people aged 13-21 to showcase their creative talent as a performer or trader.” Sign up at https://www.teenagemarket.co.uk/

The Hoo Haas are no stranger to a party. They’re closing the brand new mini festival at The Rose and Crown, in Hose, on Saturday. They will play their edgy brit pop from the 90s to the present day.

Looking for a great night out listening to real music by real musicians? Then head to the Generous Briton on Saturday, where you’ll find all the ingredients for a fantastic night of music by popular three-piece band, Indigo.

With over 150 years of experience (between them), and the best front man in the business (Jez Brace), Wellard Willy will be rocking at the Noels Arms on Saturday.

Southside Rebellion will gig at The Grapes on Saturday. Choosing from a roster of 80 plus punk songs, they’ll play songs from the likes of The Clash, Ramones, UK Subs, SLF and Sex Pistols.

The Noels Arms allow Not the Full Shilling to hit the stage on Sunday. They’re a pairing of long-term friends and Irish lasses, whose wit can sometimes eclipse the music making for typical Sunday craic.

The Crown welcome Boneyard Bluesband on Sunday. Back by very popular demand they will offer a fiery, spicy blend of blues, rock glam and psychedelia.

Also on the bill will be Starkat who play an electric mix of songs from Bon Jovi, Donovan and Roger McGough.

The Groove Merchants will headline at The Geese and Fountain, at Croxton Kerrial, on Sunday. They play jazz funk, jazz blues and jazz rock fusion. They have many experienced vocalists who perform with them.

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