Bank Holiday SUNDAY-FUNDAY 25th Aug & Bank Holiday Monday 26th

Bank Holiday SUNDAY-FUNDAY 25th

New Park Bandstand: Summer Band Concert featuring ‘The Springfield Jazz Ensemble Quartet’ 2.45pm

The 2019 Summer Band Concerts comes to an end on on Sunday 25th of Aug with the Springfield Jazz Ensemble Quartet 2.45pm – 4.30pm

Again we have been delighted to have had a full programme again this year.

We hope to see you there!

The Crown presents Crownfest: Jon Trash’, ‘Adrian Kerr’, ‘Project Pete’ (4:45), ‘Starkat’, ‘Eddy Hall’

0 DAYS TO GO!!!!! Its Here!!!! SUNSHINE GUARANTEED!!! GET YOUR DANCING HAT AND DRINKING SHOES ON AN JOIN US FOR THE FESTIVITIES

LIVE MUSIC from 3pm
BBQ from 4pm

Project Pete 4:45ish
BEER AND SUNSHINE from 12pm

Get down early so you can get yourself a good spot in the beer garden 😜

☀️🎶🍻

The Anne of Cleaves: ‘Adam Peter Smith’ 3pm

Looking for a lovely relaxed Bank Holiday weekend? Join us on Sunday in our beautiful garden for our summer sessions – live music from the wonderfully talented Adam Peter Smith.
Sunday 25th August, from 3pm

I am a full time musician, busker and songwriter based in Nottingham. I play weddings, house concerts and any events you can pretty much think of.

If you are looking for something unique and home grown for your event please get in touch via the details below.

https://www.adampetersmithmusic.com

The Noels Arms: ‘Daniel Proud’ 4pm (Debut)

 It looks set to be a Sunny Sunday Funday 🌞🎶

We have a Noel’s debut for you with Daniel Proud coming to entertain us. He’s a Leicester based singer and guitarist and he’s very kindly jumped in at the last minute for us so we’d love to show him a proper Noel’s welcome!

So come on down for music from 4pm with the infamous cheeseboard between sets 💕

From Daniel:

Daniel Proud is a solo musician raised in the city of Leicester. He has been playing live shows around Leicestershire for the past 3 years professionally. His set list comprises of cover songs from the 1970’s to the present day, he demonstrates a wide variety of toe tapping hits and soothing ballads, providing his own unique adaptation of popular songs. He has performed at a variety of venues including pubs, parties, charity events, open mic nights and corporate events. Daniel has recorded a cover album in 2018 and is now writing his own songs for an upcoming album.

https://www.danielproud.co.uk

The Rose and Crown (Hose): ‘Claire L Shaw’ 4pm

‘Claire L Shaw’ is an exciting and unique talent playing around the UK. Little lady with a big, old guitar. Rich vocals are served warm with lashings of melody and soul. With a wealth of experience playing all kinds of venues and events, Claire shakes up the classic girl with a guitar ideal adding a unique and modern edge to well- known staples, at the same time presenting us with her own quirky and catchy brand of music.

The Geese and Fountain (Croxton Kerrial): Sunday Session ‘Mister J’ 5pm (Debut)

Nick has been performing guitar songs since his teenage years, including stints on Ibiza and Cyprus as well as on ships and across Europe. With a lifetime of entertaining under his belt, now settled in Peterborough, Nick is a truly entertaining performer, and a skilful guitarist.

His act pays tribute to some of the world’s greatest artists, in his own unique style. Re-creating the music of such artists including:

● The Shadows
● Buddy Holly
● Dire Straits
● Eric Clapton

A true nostalgic trip through the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, all this brings us to a floor filling finale of party hits.

The Nags Head (Harby): ‘Steve Faulkner’ 5pm

‘Steven Faulkner’ is one of the more entertaining of the covers artists currently playing around the UK. Whether it’s his passionate heartfelt delivery, his clever arrangements, or his use of different sounds and effects, his shows are ever to missed and always lots of fun. From The Beatles to Tenacious D via Wheatus and Vanilla Ice you know you’re in for a treat!

The Grapes: Open Mic Night Hosted by David Bowes 7pm

The Delectable ‘Dave Bowes takes the stage at the Grapes on Sunday Night when he hosts the first Open Mic night under 18s are welcome to play before 8pm so hopefully we can find some young and upcoming talent.

Dave has many years of experience in all aspects of playing Bass, Guitar Drums and Vocals. He plays a mean Hank as Dave Shadow and also plays a great collection of 60’s 70’s and 80’s to the present day. Dave has played with The Glitter Band and has been on stage with Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas, Mud, The Searches, Blues Brothers and reached a pinnacle in his career when he played both Bass and Guitar (Although not at the same time lol!) in my own band RiffTrade

David Bowes hosting open mic night at the grapes starts at 7 come and plug in.

The Half Moon: Vocalist ‘Dominic Niven’ (From Expressive Harmony) 8.30pm

The Sugar Loaf (Ab Kettleby): ‘CJ Hatt’ 8.30pm

A second chance to catch the amazing ‘C J Hatt’, as he performs at The Sugar Loaf in Ab Kettleby. With his unique high-energy approach to be a one-man pub covers band. Not content with that, his own material is at least as good as any of the ‘famous’ stuff he can deliver with real style, and he’ll more than likely do requests as well.  CJ Hatt repertoire ranges from old classics through to modern hits while keeping you guessing what’s coming next too! With such an extensive setlist CJ Hatt can accommodate most requests too so come along and get involved in what always proves to be a highly entertaining and high energy performance that sets CJ head and shoulders above other acoustic acts! Not to be missed!

The Crown (Asfordby): Soul + (Soul and Motown from The Vinyl Woos)

Bank Holiday Sunday

Come on down for a great Sunday Carvery, a choice of four meats and plenty of veg, potatoes and all the trimmings then stop on for a great night of a mixture of 60s,70s,80s and 90s sounds plus mod, Motown and soul and any other you might request all played on vinyl how it should be, see you there

The Genny B (Generous Briton): DJ Simon and his any thing goes Karaoke

Bank Holiday Monday-FUNDAY 26th

The Nags Head (Harby): ‘The Boutones’ 1pm

The Nags Head (Harby): ‘The Boutones’ 1pm

From Simon “The best way to spend a hot summers day….in a beer garden, drink in hand, barefoot dancing to The Bous..XXXX
We’re on at 1, so nice and chilled…almost grown up!!! Notts folk – have a drive over ; – )

‘The Boutones’, always been one of my favourites, where born out of a desire to create something musically a little different. They do play covers, but steer away from the traditional format in terms song choice and style: playing them as though they might be originals. The experience gleaned as professional musicians along with a mutual love of soul, rhythm & blues and Americana plus tight harmonies and a vintage vibe gives the band a unique style. The result is a full diary of festival, private and of course Pub circuit gigs, along with studio time booked for a mini album.

There’s plenty to see and do at:

Website www.theboutones.com

Twitter https://twitter.com/theboutones

FB www.facebook.com/theboutones/

I always like it when the ‘Bous’ are playing, I get roll out a video that still sets the hairs standing up on the back of my neck. I went out and bought this song the very next day too! I remember standing there, filming this, and all I wanted to do was dance with Kimbra. Here’s that vid from my archive. Featuring Super-Dep Johnny Antcliffe on Lead-Guitar as Derek was injured at the time.

btw, It still makes me just wanna dance Blues with my Lass.

Sorry its not the HD Version of this (I did look!)

 

The Half Moon: D J Smooth 2 – 5pm