The Genny B hosts Moonshine who will debut on Friday.
Moonshine don’t let their classic guitar, bass and drums line up restrict their choice of songs or genres, and are happy to include arrangements of 80s synth music alongside the more usual rock and blues classics.
On Saturday Kamagra play at the Genny B. The band fronted by female vocalist Kerry will do their own versions of some classic rock hits.
The Rooters headline at the Noels Arms on Saturday. They will deliver varied musical classic rock from the likes of Maiden, Thunder, Extreme, Sabbath, Zep, Black Stone Cherry and Lizzy.
Goldielocks are set to grace the stage at the Noels Arms on Sunday.
The duo who will make their debut in the town will perform a mix of soul, jazz and popular covers.
Sunday sees Gennie Lamps play at The Crown Inn at Asfordby. They are a four piece covers band who play a wide mix of music from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.
Danny Fisher, a versatile male vocalist will perform a number of classic songs at The Grapes on Sunday. His repertoire includes songs from T.Rex, Dean Martin, Take That and Neil Diamond.
Bank Holiday Monday sees Boneyard Blues Band gig at The Crown, and it’s not just the barbecue that will be smokin’ hot.
The band will play a fiery, spicy blend of rock, glam and psychedelia.
Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather in the Tiger Room at The Crown. This is a new venture that welcomes people of all ages and is hosted by Adrian Kerr. Visit www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub/