Thierry Guillemot, a French singer appearing on the Melton music scene this week
He promises tunes from Neil Young, John Renbourn and his own compositions at the Noels Arms on Thursday before he takes the stage at Frisby Village Hall on Saturday night with Montys Travellin’ Music Show International.
The Monty’s group will also be in Melton on Sunday at Hamilton Tennis Club.
Popular Melton band The Veltones will be rocking the stage at The Generous Briton in town on Friday night.
Expect extremely danceable songs and sing-alongs. In the interests of safety, ‘boogie boots’ are recommended.
The Swingfires will play three-minute rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly, swing and blues the way they should be played, with attitude and energy, at the Noels Arms on Friday.
For a good night out dancing to live music in a great atmosphere, a Swingfires gig is the place to be.
Super-charged hard rock and heavy metal covers band WolfSkin are playing the Generous Briton on Saturday.
Slither play their debut gig at the Noels on Saturday, featuring melodic keys, thundering drums, pounding bass, face-melting guitars and vocal harmonies that would make your grandmothers cry with joy. You know it’s gonna rock.
Classic hits from the sixties and tunes ranging from Etta James to Adele are in store when R ‘n’ B singer Rachel Paul performs at The Grapes.
Engaging singer-songwriter Calder McLaughlin will bring his powerful voice to the Noels on Sunday.
The Crown hosts The Boneyard Bluesband, who are a spicy blend of blues, rock and glam whose sheer emotion and energy leave audiences open-mouthed.
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