Melton Gig Guide - April 22 to 26 - Melton Times

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Tomorrow night the Noels Arms host Two Feather as part of their Early Doors sessions. The duo will bring sophistication, soul and fun to your night.

Their set will include a wide range of music from Dusty Springfield and Janis Joplin to Taylor Swift and Alanis Morisette.

The Hoo Haas drop into the Genny B on Saturday night and will be playing their edgy brit pop from the 90s to the present day. Their performances will be so hot it guarantees to “Melton your pants!”

Saturday also has The Moonlights gigging at the Noels Arms. They are a classic band that choose the songs you miss hearing.

The Moonlights consist of the ever charismatic David Wyatt with a line-up that runs like a who’s who of Leicester’s musical delight.

Get down to the Noels Arms on Sunday to see a real treat from SugaBeat.

This five piece female group are based in Leicester, and combine their musical tastes from the likes of Stevie Wonder to the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Their mix of pop, funk and funk has cemented them as one of the county’s most exciting and energetic live bands.

The Cheeze - purveyors of creamy, full-flavoured live music and good vibes - are ready to play at The Saddle, in Twyford, on Sunday.

They will cover classic rock and pop songs from the last century. “No Kaisers of Leon!”Requests, heckling and banter are positively encouraged and will be met with either mild abuse or a busked version of your favourite song.

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