Melton Gig Guide - January 15 to 17 - Melton Times

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Have you got a musical scratch to itch? Sing the blues away at the Noel’s Arms on Friday with house band for the month Ceaux Fly featuring Archie Pearson. Sign up from 8pm and jam until 11pm.

On Saturday, Frisby Live is celebrating its 5th anniversary. The concert at the village hall will be Borderline Crossing featuring John Montague on guitar, Neil Mercer on the mandolin and guitar, and Tim Smith on vocals.

There isn’t a bar at the gig so guests will have to bring their own drinks.

The Genny B hosts The Soultones on Saturday who will be belting out some of the best soul and mowtown hits from the past and present. They are fronted by Chis Rose and Elin Betts.

Shine are back at the Noel’s Arms on Saturday. Believe it or not? For the first time since Jo and Craig took over. Founded in 1998, The ever popular Melton band have always rebounded after various line up changes through the years but are finally ready to take to the stage for a fine night of song.

Saturday also sees Daryl Kirkland gigging at the Noels Arms. He will play the best of the 1950s and 60s. His set list includes songs from The Kinks and The Beatles. Expect a lively entertaining afternoon.

Last but by no means least, Nigel Baker plays at The Crown on Sunday. The well known local singer will be entertaining you with hits from the 50s, 60s and the 70s to the present day.

Nigel definitely never fails to have everyone dancing and singing along to his tracks.