The Noels Arms hosts Tom Scharenheuvel-Lewitt on Friday.
He is an upside down guitar player who sings songs by the Beatles, Neil Young and other classic artists.
The Saddle in Twyford is the venue on Saturday to see The Expir3d’s unplugged set.
The band has three lead vocalists, three part harmonies and a great mix of tunes by artists such as Feeder, The Police, Sheryl Crow, Stereophonics, James Bay, Weezer, Foreigner and more.
Saturday also sees Black Rose Society play a good mix of 80s rock, metal and party tunes at the Genny B.
The band added the word Society to their name so as not to be confused with some of the other Black Rose acts in the country.
The Underdogs play their debut gig at the Noels Arms on Saturday. They’ve got songs in their repertoire by the likes of AC/DC, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin, Kasabian, Queen, The Darkness, The Cult, Pearl Jam and many more.
The Grapes hosts Becka Hutton on Saturday. She performs soft ballads to rock songs and sings covers of songs by Adele, Bryan Adams, Etta James, Abba and others.
Baron Lewis are the headline act at the Noels Arms on Sunday.
The spellbinding acoustic power duo performed at Melton Beer Festival two years ago and are not afraid to mix genres. AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell” can be heard in the same set as “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk.
Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather in the Tiger Room at The Crown, a new venture for people of all ages and hosted by Adrian Kerr. Visit www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub
Head on down to The Three Crowns - Steamin’ Billy in Oakham, on Wednesday, for open mic night hosted by Simon Booth.