Melton Gig Guide: October 19 to 21 - Melton Times

TARRP will headline at The Black Swan on Friday. They are a covers band from Leicester, specialising in classic rock and soul from the 60s all the way to the 00s. They feature four award-winning vocalists delivering authentic harmonies unmatched by any group in the East Midlands. Expect songs from the likes of Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, Ray Charles and ZZ Top to Weezer, Foo Fighters and Bruno Mars. TARRP are all-rounders with something for everyone.

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Melton Gig Guide: October 11 to 14 - Melton Times

Tonight there will be jazz at Amore Restaurant courtesy of The Groove Merchants. The Groove Merchants represent a genre that harks back to the free spirits of the 1960s. They play jazz, jazz funk, jazz blues and jazz rock fusion. Their extensive collection of instrumental material and the ensemble provides a perfect backing for vocalists, of which the group has many experienced vocalists who perform.

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Jonathan Wallace and Paul Hale by the Sir Malcolm Sargent Memorial Organ in St Mary's Church PHOTO: Supplied

Tune of organ heard at Melton church concert

A large crowd of people enjoyed learning more about the newly rebuilt Sir Malcolm Sargent Memorial Organ and about the changes that have been made to it at a special evening concert in St Mary’s Church, Melton.

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Melton Gig Guide: October 5 to 7 - Melton Times

The Crown will host a comedy evening on Friday starring internet sensation Tiny Tim, one-liner Stephen Cookson and music maestro Fritz Frizzel, plus two guest acts. Tickets are available from the venue or

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Russ from We Tried Kylie and Joanne Bowtell from Reckless PHOTO: MannyTographY

Melton Gig Guide: September 28 to 30 - Melton Times

James Joyce will host a closed mic session at More Coffee Co on Friday. Why closed you might ask? The answer is simple. It’s for people James teaches, to give them a chance to perform with a full PA set up in public, for family, friends and anyone who rambles in.

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