The Sound Injectors (Grapes, Friday) are fronted by two talented young women on saxophone and bass guitar.
Enjoy a night of pop, ska, reggae, soul and blues with a little ‘Love Machine’ (Girls Allowed) followed by ‘Sweet Home Chicago’.
Maslow (Genny B, Friday) have played more than 50 weddings in 2014 and are proving to be the in-demand Melton band. Expect upbeat, exciting modern covers and their signature dance classics.
The Platforms (Noels, Saturday) play 70s glam, 80s rock and modern classics with big hair, costumes and Wombles.
Let There B/DC (The Grapes, Saturday) are becoming one of UK’s the best AC/DC tributes and are sure to escort you to a world of girls called Rosie, and dirty deeds done cheap.
The Aesthetic (White Hart) are fronted by Calder Mclaughlin and play material from across the decades.
On Saturday they will perform their blend of singer-songwriter tracks with classic indie and rock as a simple three-piece, for a slightly lighter version of their usual four-strong band.
The Fathers of Rock are at The Noels on Saturday for Maxine’s 50th birthday bash. Band member Glenn said: “We are four lads who just love playing live music together. Our lead guitarist Mad is amazing and never fails to impress the crowds. At our age it’s not about the money it’s about the enjoyment of it all.”
Saturday sees the very welcome return of Indio Black to their favourite venue The Genny B. Playing a mix of hits from Blur to Daft Punk this band will put even the most committed humbug in the mood to slip into a sparkly frock and dance the night away.