Melton Gig Guide: November 27 to 29 - Melton Times

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James Joyce’s closed mike session begins at More Coffee Co (Melton) on Friday. He will offer those he teaches the opportunity to perform.

Friday sees Baker’s Treat performing at the Genny B. Featuring tight vocal harmonies, musical instruments and harmonicas this is a gig not to miss.

The Worx bring the house down at the Noels Arms on Friday. Dance the night away to some rocking tunes.

John Barry is ‘Johnny Cash’ for the evening at the Grapes on Friday. He performs well known songs such as Kenny Rogers and Glen Campbell.

The Crown Jewels are in town making their debut on Saturday night at the Noels Arms. They do a mix of music from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Thin Lizzy.

The Grapes plays host to The Vertigo Tarts on Saturday. They play a wide variety of well-known hits from the likes of Thin Lizzy, Status Quo,Pink Floyd and more.

Also on Saturday, Picto Mexico play songs from the 50s to the current day at the White Hart.

Sunday sees Mia and the Moon, a two piece group, play at the Noels Arms. They have honed a distinctive, gospel sound, reaching out to people of all ages with a timeless musical style.

Sunday concludes with the Backseat Drivers taking over The Saddle (Twyford). The audience can expect a large helping of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Kansas.