Euphony are back under new name Underdogs (Generous Briton, Friday) with Jason Sargent firmly back on vocals duty. Fans of Euphony will notice the set list has got revamped and a bit heavier.
Bad Reputation are Melton’s very own Thin Lizzy tribute act and reformed last month to perform for the Cancer Research UK charity bash for Jeff Aldridge.
They have decided to make 2015 their reunion year, and kick things off at the Noels Arms on Friday, the last place they played in 2009. L’Oliveto, near Rutland Water, hosts an evening of fine Italian food and live music from the Thomas Brown Affair on Saturday.
They feature multi-platinum selling vocalist Kenny Thomas (Thinking About Your Love, Outstanding) with songwriter, producer and jazz pianist extraordinaire Wayne Brown.
Triple J (Generous Briton, Saturday) are a blues rock trio based in South Yorkshire and the Midlands, featuring the talents of legendary Status Quo drummer Jeff Rich from the 80s incarnation who performed on hits such as In the Army Now.
Let Cocked n’ Loaded (Noels, Saturday) take you back to a time when the likes of Motley Crue, Kiss, Tyketto, Extreme, Skid Row, LA Guns, WASP, and Ugly Kid Joe ruled the airwaves.
Picto Mexico are back in their home town again at The Grapes on Saturday, debuting a few new tracks they’ve been working hard on. Catch them if you haven’t before, anything less than a very nice time is unacceptable.
Celtic band Govannen are at The Boat on Sunday, playing jigs and reels, traditional and contemporary Irish songs, and some blues, rock n’ roll and more.
Dave Garbé has taken time off from a gruelling schedule on the road with Dimple Chin Pete to bring a few tunes to the Noels on Sunday. Expect blues and folk from different eras and genres.