Melton Gig Guide: July 23 to 26

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Joining resident MC and local lad Jon Pearson this month will be the fantastic Masai Graham and closing will be the brilliant Harriet Dyer. The two support slots will be Scott Walker and Colin Harvey.

Masai Graham 'PHOTO: Supplied

Masai Graham 'PHOTO: Supplied

The comedians are all free to watch although a collection bucked will be passed around after the show.

Big Dave Bopper is rocking out at the Genny B, on Friday night. If you’re a fan of the 50s and 60s then this is the place to be.

At the Noels Arms on Friday, The Shrives are playing in Melton for the first time. Expect renditions of The Specials, Johnny Cash, The Beatles and riffs from their own album they recorded last year

Saturday sees Platform 9 playing at The Saddle, in Twyford. Get set for striped back raw acoustic versions of popular covers and originals.

Distant Echo take to the stage at the Genny B, on Saturday. They are set to play hits from The Clash and The Jam as well as covers from the Madness and The Specials.

Pandora’s Box from Northamptonshire are at the Noels Arms, on Saturday. The four piece band, with female vocalist play classic rock by bands such as Guns N’ Roses, Bon Jovi, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Scorpions, Iron Maiden, Skid Row and many more.

The Grapes welcomes Sounds Rite through its doors on Saturday. Brothers John and Ronnie Horton perform in pubs and clubs around Melton, playing rock, pop and ballads from the last five decades.

The Bellevilles are at the Noels Arms, on Sunday night. They play a wide variety of good time, swinging, roots and rocking skiffle, folk, country and an hour of their own unique songs.