Melton Gig Guide: September 16 to 18 - Melton Times

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The Noels Arms hosts another Wax Lyrical evening tonight. Performers George Simpson, Luke Whitman and Daniel Duke have been booked to entertain.

George will play a mix of new songs and older songs from his last two albums. Luke will play heartfelt songs with his guitar and Daniel, a contestant on The Voice 2015, will play his own material and slide in a few covers from up his sleeve as well.

Monochrome Days perform at the Noels Arms on Friday. The Loughborough based band will play songs from their new album along with a few choice covers. They will be joined by Kelly Halloran who is flying in from New York City for the gig.

Rainer and Real Monsters will perform at the Melton Beer Festival on Friday.

Rainer are a superb four-piece boasting three alternating lead vocalists. They play hits from The Killers, Pretenders, ABBA, Train, Texas, Bowie. T-Rex, Katy Perry, Fleetwood Mac, Waterboys, Tears for Fears, Stereophonics and many more.

Real Monsters will perform high energy, high impact rock tracks from the 60s through to the present day.

The Genny B is the place to be on Friday to see The Detourz. They will play covers spanning seven decades from artists such as Madness, Kings of Leon, The Fratellis, Stevie Wonder, The Jam and The Undertones.

Baron Lewis Band and Howard Rose will perform at the Melton Beer Festival on Saturday.

Baron Lewis Band are a four-piece who are not afraid to mix genres.

Headlining the festival will be Howard Rose and his band. He’ll debut some of his new songs and also perform a selection of classics and party hits from Adele, Carole King, Queen, Sam Smith, The Beatles, Labrinth and more.

Saturday sees Monty’s Travelin’ Roadshow in concert at Frisby Village Hall. Expect a relaxed and friendly event where they play a wide range of great music.

Scalford Hall host number one tribute band Abba Revival on Saturday, whilst the Genny B offer Rocket 88. Rocket 88 will perform traditional rock n roll with numbers from the 50s onward.

Unforgiven debut at the Noels Arms on Saturday. If you like your music live and varied, want to sing along with your favourite songs, throw some moves and have a great time, this is definitely the band for you! Rock, pop, blues, you name it, they play it!

The Grapes hosts Straight Bends on Saturday. They will play contemporary music and original compositions with the added twists of the sounds and nuances of a mandolin, mandocelloa and a banjo. They give old favourites new twists.

Ruff n Ready see out the weekend on Sunday at the Noels Arms. The band will play a mix of Irish, English and American folk songs.