Shadow on The Sun will headline at the Noels Arms on Friday. Shadow on The Sun are a Corby-based, fast paced four-piece rock/pop cover group. They have been a band for more than five years, playing songs for all generations and occasions.
At Frisby Village Hall on Saturday there will be another Frisby Live show. Montys Travellin Music Show and Leicester guitar legend Bob Drayfield will perform to celebrate Piano Pete’s big birthday. Tickets are £15 on the door or £12 for advanced booking. Text or call John on 07703 648007.
Mama Don’t Allow will gig at The Black Swan on Saturday. Mama Don’t Allow will keep you bopping all night long! The four-piece band comprises of a boogie piano, stand-up bass, drums and guitar and vocal. Expect hits by Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Freddie King, Lowell Fulson and Elmore James.
Saturday sees Breech perform at the Genny B. Breach are a four-piece rock, blues and indie covers band comprising of two guitars, bass and drums and three vocalists. Their set features hits from artists including ZZ Top, Nirvana, The Undertones, Muse, Cream, Radiohead and more.
Stampede will storm into the Noels Arms on Saturday for their debut. Stampede was formed for fun and energy. They had been playing on the rock ‘n’ roll circuit for ages, but wanted to get back into pubs. Their set list has the 50s and 60s rockin’ R&B and surf guitar twang.
Southside Rebellion take to the stage at The Grapes on Saturday. Southside Rebellion formed in 2009 by four lads from the south-side of Leicester, all old enough to know better, with the intention of re-creating the exciting period between 1977-1982, when punk rock was at the forefront of British rock culture. They have gigged throughout Britain, and have played support slots to the likes of the mighty UK Subs, The Cockney Rejects.
The Noels Arms is the place to be to see Lady Rose debut on Sunday. Lady Rose is a three-piece act from Nottingham that do a mix of upbeat covers and original tracks. The lead singer Joanne, won the Nottingham’s Top Talent 2017 competition, and ever since then she has been gaining plaudits from across the globe.
Sunday sees Reuben and Jonny host an open mic session at the Genny B. If you fancy a crack at it, or just a pint listening to some nice songs, then this venue can accommodate your needs.
On Sunday, at The Geese and Fountain, in Croxton Kerrial, Quiet Loner will debut. Quiet Loner is the pen-name of songwriter Matt Hill. Quiet Loner sings songs about love and fear, life and death and despair and hope. On a live stage Hill is an understated yet powerful performer delivering a show that is emotional, political, occasionally angry but nearly always gentle and human. Inspired by the storytelling traditions of American folk and country music, Hill’s songs also have a distinctly British lyrical bite (he loves Morrisey, Bragg and Costello).
Charlie Grace will take to the stage at The Half Moon on Sunday. With her bubbly personality, funny quips and comments, she is a most irreverent entertainer. Charlie performs music covers from the 60s to present day. Definitely not to be missed!