A guide to live music and gigs in the North Staffs area.
Neil, Dani, Jason & Tim, combine to bring us some well delivered quality tunes, hitting the stage around 9.45, this free to enter gig is one not to miss!
Andy n Tony return playing classic tunes old n new and taking requests. Starts at 9
Free & Bad Company tribute
Keri Arrindell appeared on The X Factor Talent show & was successful in getting through to the Judges house with Cheryl Cole. Singing a range of Soul & Motown through to Swing & Jazz.
Sunday afternoon 12.30-17.00 with support by Gillie Nicholls & Martin Bell. £15 (with reserved table & food) or £5 admission only
A charity gig for Alzheimer sufferers. Hosted by the Rogue Jesters Motorcycle Club. Rock covers, ale and laughter.
Southern, boogie, rock, blues
Free & Bad Company tribute
Tony n Andy return playing classic tunes old and new. Squeeze, The Beatles, Del Amitri, Beautiful South, Pink Floyd, Crowded House, Pogues, Waterboys, etc
The "Queen Of Oklahoma" Carter Sampson returns to the UK after sell out dates and festival shows in 2017. Two of Oklahoma’s rising stars will join her, Jesse Aycock and Lauren Barth, who have both released stunning albums on Tulsa based label, Horton Records. Carter will be releasing a new album in March to follow the critically acclaimed ‘Wilder Side’ that received widespread coverage in press and radio in both US and UK.
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School of Rock tribute group with Jack Black lookalike. All musicians under the age of 18. Performing classic rock songs in the style of school of rock
We are pleased to have been asked to return for the annual Congress beer festival. We started out here 12 months to the day so it's very special to us.
Frontiers Classic & Melodic Rock Nights present "Rock of Ages"
Classic, Melodic, Glam, Aor and Hard rock tunes and videos old & new
8pm-2am £5 on door.
Soft Machine enjoyed two distinct phases in its relatively long existence. The band first emerged in the late 1960s as the most distinctive and original of the "Canterbury school" of progressive rock and became one of the pioneering British psychedelic groups. The band then morphed into a jazz-rock fusion act that, despite incessant personnel changes, continued to produce albums until the early 1990s. Though commercially unsuccessful and largely unknown, Soft Machine retains cult status as one of the most influential and intellectual underground bands of the late 1960s and is noteworthy for having launched the solo careers of founding members Robert Wyatt and Kevin Ayers.
The Canterbury jazz/prog-rockers are back, featuring three of the group's 70s era members: guitarist John Etheridge, drummer John Marshall and bass player Roy Babbington. They're joined by the much in-demand sax, flute and keyboard player Theo Travis and play from their extensive recorded catalogue.
Zal Cleminson, the former guitarist with the Sensational Alex Harvey Band and Nazareth, is back with his new band, Sin Dogs.
Zal Cleminson: Lead Vocals/Guitar
David Cowan: Keyboards/Backing Vocals
Nelson McFarlane: Bass Guitar
Willie McGonagle: Guitar/Backing Vocals
Scott Cowie: Drums
An unmissable gig for any SAHB fan!
+ Long Strung Creatures
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