Mr Rokard is back in Melton on Friday at the Noels Arms for all the Dirty Dancers.
The four-piece cover classic rock music from the 60s to the present so you could be Dancin’ in the Moonlight with a Sharp Dressed Man.
Tick Tick Boom (Genny B, Saturday) are an experienced five-piece rock band from the Burton area.
While not a heavy metal band, they do play hard rock and aim to perform covers just as they should be, with power and passion, in line with their motto ‘Loud and Proud’.
Pure Genius (Noels, Saturday) don’t come north of Northampton very often, but are pleased to announce this date.
They bill themselves as the ultimate party band with a mean Pina Colada Song.
Satnams Tash (The Grapes, Saturday) have a bizarre but nice ethos they would like to share.
Music can be a very powerful tool, and they choose to use it to say something with an ever-growing list of covers from artists such as Johnny Cash, David Bowie, Queen, The Rolling Stones and many more.
Saturday at The Saddle, in Twyford, sees the debut of Melton’s newest soul band The Soul-Tones.
Fronted by Chris Rose (Satellite and Shine), they offer a variety of soul and Motown classics from Marvin Gaye and Otis Redding, plus a range of more recent hits from Pharrell, Cee lo Green, Sam Smith and James Bay.
Melton’s very own incredible Melstrum Ukulele Orchestra return to The Noels Arms on Sunday afternoon by popular demand.
Their eclectic repertoire ranges from skiffle, country, pop and folk to anything else which takes their fancy.