The Noels Arms hosts Rutland singer songwriter Paul McClure as part of its Wax Lyrical double bill on Thursday.
Paul opens the night at 8.30pm with material driven from his experiences, particularly the loves, laughs and losses that have come his way.
Abandon Her follow and offer acoustic music with a twist. Perfect for those who like their shows complete with delicate harmonies, intimate stage presence and an energetic fusion of music styles.
Acoustic band Blue Skin Blake and the Avatars perform at the Genny B on Friday, playing great music from Lynrd Skynyd to the 4 Non-Blondes, and Floyd to Elton John.
An eclectic night of classics and surprises.
Over at the Noels, The Backbeat Drivers serve up guitars, drums and classic rock music. Vocal harmonies come with a large helping of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Kansas, The Blue Oyster Cult and guitars classics of the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Melton acoustic musician Matthew Bloomfield plays an acoustic set at The Grapes on Saturday.
The 18-year-old mainly performs covers and a smattering of original songs.
Female-fronted four-piece Velocity are live on Valentine’s Day at the Generous Briton playing classic rock favourites from Sabbath to Tina Turner.
Velocity put their own spin on every song they perform and are currently recording their first single ‘Sorry’, available soon.
The Peas (Noels Arms, Saturday) are a duo of many parts, digging deep into the 80s, 90s and 2000s.
Expect classics laced with kazoo’s, mouth trumpets, melodica, beat box, acoustic guitar, and tambourine as they eke out as much fun as possible from each song.
John Rockliffe (Noels Arms, Sunday) promises more than just a man with guitar experience.
John embraces technology to create sounds bigger than you would expect from a solo performer to support his versatile vocals.