Melton Gig Guide: February 24 to March 1 - Melton Times

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The Noels Arms hosts Lee Robertshaw on Friday as part of their Early Doors Sessions. He will play a diverse repertoire including rock classics by The Eagles, Bad Company, Whitesnake and Bon Jovi, sing-a-long indie anthems by Coldplay, Oasis, Snow Patrol and The Killers and a medley of classic Beatles tunes.

Jennifer Greene will perform at L’Oliveto on Friday. She will be doing two sets featuring classic love songs and classic hits from the 70s to modern day.

On Friday at the Genny B Sticky Fingers will be the headline attraction. Sticky Fingers are a crowd pulling tribute to the Rolling Stones. They intend to keep on rockin’ just as long, if not longer than the original band.

The Noels Arms is the venue to be at to see The Twisted Sisters on Saturday. They’re a covers band who will play all kinds of music with their own twist on things.

Saturday sees Picto Mexico play at the Genny B. They’ll bring your ears huge hits including anything from the Beatles to the Backstreet Boys.

Rachel Paul takes to the stage at The Grapes on Saturday. She is a Motown, soul, disco and R&B singer from Leicester. Her gig will include songs from the likes of Etta James, The Supremes, Stevie Wonder and Sister Sledge right through to Jessie J, Bruno Mars and Adele.

The Noels Arms hosts Scribble Victory on Sunday. Armed with two voices, an acoustic guitar, bits of a drum kit and a bucket load of enthusiasm, Scribble Victory will create a full and vibrant sound.

The Crown has booked The Jason Chandler Quartet to entertain on Sunday. They’re are a Midlands based band with a modern take on the jazz, funk and blues genres.

Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather at The Crown, a new venture for all hosted by Adrian Kerr.

On Wednesday there is another open mic night scheduled at The Three Crowns-Steamin’ Bill in Oakham hosted by Simon Booth.