Punk and Disorderly
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Hosted by Archie Pearson, the new house drum kit is now available on the night along with full PA.
One Man Two Tone are playing ska, mod and new wave era classics from the late 70s and early 80s. Skank along to the sounds of Madness, The Specials and The Beat, on Friday at the Cherry Tree.
At the Noels Arms on Friday, back by popular demand spinning his extensive catalogue of funk and soul, Jim Handley is in town.
The Flying Fajita Brothers bring a little Mexico to The Royal Oak on Friday. The guys will be playing classic country, rock and blues from the likes of Elvis and Johnny Cash.
Shallow Waters play at The Stute, on Saturday, as part of the big charity fun-day after party.
On Saturday at the Genny B, Punk and Disorderly perform their set list which includes classics by The Clash, The Sex Pistols and the Buzzcocks, as well as less familiar songs by bands such as Slaughter.
Vervane, (The Grapes), debut on Saturday. Kerry-Rose Henley will sing songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Saturday sees ‘Meltdown’ night at Tubes. A night of rock and metal tunes are set to entertain with some fantastic competitions courtesy of Milk Skateshop and Wolf City clothing. Tickets are £3.50 available from Icon Music and Milk Skateshop.
Jo and Ray are performing at The Noels on Sunday. Jo Bowtell along with her rock accomplice Ray Callcut, will take you on a light hearted musical journey.
The Backbeat Drivers hold the fort at The Saddle on Sunday. Guitars, drums and classic rock songs are on the agenda.
The Crown welcomes Eddie Hall through its doors on Sunday. Eddie is set to play covers from The Rolling Stones, The Kinks and all things 60s.