Melton gig guide: March 20 to 22

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Shamus O’Blivion first played a St Patrick’s Day gig at the Noels Arms back in 1991 and return on Friday to one of their favourite venues.

Get your dancing shoes on and join the foot stomping fun.

The Boneyard Blues Band are back at the Generous Briton on Friday by popular demand, offering a fiery blend of blues rock, glam and psychedelia. A stripped down rockin’ three piece who deliver in spades.

Paul Ace (The Grapes, Saturday) is a 1950s rock and roll singer with an authentic sound who promises to keep the dance floor rocking all night.

The Rebels UK (Noels, Saturday) are one of Leicester’s most popular covers bands, fitting in an array of rock and pop covers spanning several genres, all with the Rebels style and sound.

Melton punk band XMA play the first gig of their 30th anniversary year at the Genny B on Saturday.

Fist-pumping punk rock delivered with passion and pride and always from the heart.

Five-piece band Velvet (The Saddle, Twyford) feature a range of styles from current chart hits to classics from the last four decades.

Monty’s Travellin’ Music Show celebrate its fourth year of great live music concerts at Frisby Village Hall this weekend.

Saturday Night Live features their resident band with special guest Josh Harty (7.30pm). Josh is a quality singer-songwriter from North Dakota who has continued the old family guitar tradition. Tickets are £15 from John on 07703 648007.

Malarkey (Noels, Sunday) rock high speed Celtic music with Nikki Anderson’s splendid fiddle and Steve Cartwright’s guitar and mandola. There’s love songs, and ballads, too, all interspersed with jigs and reels.

Sing along with Shaun Marx at The Crown on Sunday where he will play 60s, country, Johnny Cash, Everly Brothers, Mustang Sally from 7pm.