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Thursday, 23 August 2012

Rita Payne @ Lincoln Drill Hall 13 September.

The Rita Payne in the Room Upstairs @ Lincoln Drill Hall Thursday 13 September

Rita Payne are a country and blues acoustic duo with catchy tunes, a hint of darkness and a nice dash of humour. Tonight they will be supported by Karl Toth. This is the latest in our occasional series of gigs featuring the best in local, young cutting-edge semi-acoustic acts.Tickets: £6.00

See...
http://www.myspace.com/theritapayne 

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Sons of Kal-El

Sons of Kal-El


The rock band Sons of Kal-El provide professional live performances of refreshing classic hard rock music in the UK. Through performing shows consisting of original songs from their debut album
Sons of Kal-El are influenced from artists like ACDC, Pearl Jam, Nickleback, Audioslave, Foo Fighters, Thin Lizzy, Soundgarden, CCR and The Beatles to name a few. Their 21st century rock reflects on different aspects of living and creatively replicates, through lyric and music, the interconnections between the expression of music and human feelings. To embrace the strong connection the band creates and to become a 'brother or sister' of Kal-El would be to accentuate the positives of feeling alive!
Further Deatails... www.sonsofkal-el.com    http://www.facebook.com/SonsofKalEl

For booking enquiries contact... bookings@sonsofkal-el.com

Check out the Coffee Bar Cowboys!

"Three Chords and the Truth!!!"
Check out the Coffee Bar Cowboys for the best in 50s & 60s pop, rock n roll, skiffle, country and blues.

If you want a good time and an evening of carbon neutral entertainment then these are the boys for you! The Coffee Bar Cowboys for Lo-Fi Punkabilly!

Contact 07900 121 820 cbc@bluecrowmusic.co.uk


"Bounce To The Ounce"

Thursday, 16 August 2012

There are four cracking gigs on at Lincoln Drill Hall in September!!!

There are four cracking gigs on at Lincoln Drill Hall in September!!!
 
Thursday 13 September 8 pm in the Room Upstairs

Rita Payne Rita Payne are a country and blues acoustic duo with catchy tunes, a hint of darkness and a nice dash of humour. Tonight they will be supported by Karl Toth. This is the latest in our occasional series of gigs featuring the best in local, young cutting-edge semi-acoustic acts.Tickets: £6

Tuesday 18 September 8 pm
Andy Fairweather Low Andy Fairweather Low first came to prominence as the lead singer of Amen Corner where his hits included Bend Me Shape Me, Hello Suzy and If Paradise is Half As Nice. A hugely successful solo career followed with Wide Eyed And Legless being the biggest hit from his 70s albums. Andy has also worked with just about every major artist there is, including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, The Who, BB King, Van Morrison … and hundreds more. Tonight Andy will be performing his band The Low Riders - Dave Bronze, Paul Beavis and Nick Pentelow Tickets: £18.50
Saturday 22 September 8 pm
New Jazz 5 Presents Darius Brubeck Quartet Join the celebrated pianist and his acclaimed band for an evening of South African jazz, Dave Brubeck hits, new takes on old standards and original works. During the 1970’s, Darius led his own groups, played with Don McLean and toured the world with his famous father Dave. During the 80s, South Africa became Darius’s focus and he joined the leading band ‘Afro Cool Concept’, toured extensively for 16 years and famously celebrated 10 years of democracy in South Africa with a series of concerts in Europe and the USA. Tickets: £14 (£12 concessions / £7 students)
Thursday 27 September 8 pm
Southern Tenant Folk Union Generally regarded to be the finest bluegrass/folk band in the UK today, STFU are a seven piece band with banjo, mandolin, fiddle & harmony vocals. They perform with ’soul & beauty’ on their murder ballads & laments and tear it up with their ’Hootenanny sawdust-kickers’ and high energy sound. Championed by Bob Harris & Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 2 and lauded by the music press, the band are currently lighting up the folk music scene.
The band knock up a fierce, raw and earthy music that is the stuff of Mumford & Sons' dreams… The Guardian
Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions)

Venue Details Lincoln Drill Hall Free School Lane Lincoln LN2 1EY www.lincolndrillhall.com
To contact the Drill Hall Box Office telephone 01522 872894 Boxoffice@lincolndrillhall.com

Monday, 13 August 2012

Live Music @ Old Nicks Tavern Horncastle

Live Music @ Old Nicks Tavern Horncastle Seotember 2012.

Tues 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th Jam & Open Mic Night (Musicians come & join in – ALL genres welcome – backline provided which includes 1 x Drum kit, 1 x bass amp plus 1 x guitar amp), please bring own instruments. 8.30pm start.

Sat 1st Where’s Ted (Classic Rock covers from all eras) Experienced rockers taking you for a trip down memory lane...
. Well worth coming to see this well developed band. 9pm start

Sat 8th Riff Raff (Prehistoric Crunchy Rock) Old Nicks welcome back this brilliant rock covers band, playing covers from AC/DC, early Quo, Wishbone Ash, Hawkwind, Pink Floyd and all that kind of stuff. 9pm start

Fri 14th Acoustic Night. Our monthly session (second Friday of each month) featuring Jo Matthews who is a young acoustic guitarist from the Grimsby area. with a powerful vocal performance playing pop rock covers from Skunk Anansie The Cranberries, Eva Cassidy, Alanis Morrisette and The four non blondes, starting at 10pm. We would also like to invite those who like to have a play and join in or, if they wish, play a few songs solo before our featured guest starts (please bring your own instruments). The idea is to enjoy a nice sedate evening soaking up the easy listening music that acoustic instruments offer. (No Electric). 8pm start

Sat 15th Merlin’s Keep (Celtic Rock/Folk) Old Nicks welcome back this very talented Grimsby based band. An exuberant mix of original material with three- and four-part harmonies, covers of old favourites, and foot-stomping traditional fiddle tunes. 9pm start

Sat 22nd Jester (Classic Rock/Classic Metal) Old Nicks welcome back these Nottingham guys who are now a 4 piece playing a wide range of songs from the 70s to date. Influences include Iron Maiden, Rainbow, Metallica, Motorhead, Black Sabbath and many more. 9pm start.

Sat 29th Gas Station (Blues/Rock) A 3 piece from Lincolnshire playing their own material plus blues covers from greats such as Hendrix, Walter Trout, Joe Bonnamassa, Gary Moore and many more. 9pm start.

Old Nicks Tavern 01507 526862
www.oldnickstavern.co.uk

Friday, 10 August 2012

Upcoming Jazz @ Lincoln Drill Hall

Saturday 22 September 8 pm Darius Brubeck Quartet
Join the celebrated pianist and his acclaimed band for an evening of South African jazz, Dave Brubeck hits, new takes on old standards and original works. During the 1970’s, Darius led his own groups, played with Don McLean and toured the world with his famous father Dave. During the 80s, South Africa became Darius’s focus and he joined the leading band ‘Afro Cool Concept’, toured extensively for 16 years and famously celebrated 10 years of democracy in South Africa with a series of concerts in Europe and the USA. Tickets: £14 (£12 concessions / £7 students)

Saturday 13 October 8 pm National Youth Jazz Orchestra
NYJO is a glittering showcase for the country’s best young musicians and known for its unique swinging big band sound which can be enjoyed by non-jazz audiences and jazz-lovers alike. They have been voted the best Big Band in the British Band Awards on no fewer than four occasions and as John Dankworth reminded us, ’Forget the word youth, this is one of the best bands you will ever hear’. They played to a sell-out audience at the launch of the redeveloped Drill Hall back in March 2004, so don’t miss this opportunity to see and hear this remarkable band here again! Tickets: £16 (£14 concessions / £8 students)

Friday 23 November 8pm  Tina May with The Frank Harrison Trio
Tina May remains the most expressive and technically gifted of the current wave of female jazz singers. Tina’s introduction to jazz started during her university days in Cardiff and Paris when she also developed her theatrical bent for comedy reviews, performing with Rory Bremner. Tina however, concentrated on her musical aspirations and singing jazz for a living. She is a delightful entertainer who quickly develops a close rapport with her audience.
Frank Harrison is best known to most jazz audiences as a member of Gilad Atzmon’s ‘Orient House’ band, but here he shows his versatility by providing Tina with perfect support plus some wonderful piano soloing. Tickets £14 (£12 concessions / £7 students)

Venue Details...
Lincoln Drill Hall, Free School Lane, Lincoln. LN2 1EY. Box Office 01522 873894 boxoffice@lincolndrillhall.com www.lincolndrillhall.com

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Live Music @ The Bricklayers Arms, Old Leake


Live Music @ The Bricklayers Arms, Wainfleet Road, Old Leake, Nr Boston, Lincs PE22 9HT.
All commencing about 9pm

18 August – Backlash – Rock Covers Bans

25 August – Cutting Loose – Pop Covers Band

29 September – Ginger Snaps – Five Piece Party Band

27 October – Halloween Fancy Dress with Backlash

10 November – 101 Proof

24 November – Bullet Tooth – Rock and Roll and Indie Cover Band

15 December – Just For Kicks

31 December – Music and Comedy with Rob London and Special Guests – Ticket Only

 Further Details 01205 870657

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Live Jazz @ The Bustard Inn Sth Rauceby in August

Tony Giles All Stars at The Bustard Inn!
Live Jazz @ The Bustard Inn South Rauceby in August

8th Tony Giles All Stars
22nd Tony Giles All Stars
29th Thom Whitworth Quartet

www.thebustardinn.co.uk

The Bustard Inn
44 Main Street
South Rauceby
Lincolnshire
NG34 8QG

Upcoming Gigs In Grantham – Guildhall and Meres


Upcoming Gigs In Grantham – Guildhall and Meres

At the Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, NG31 6PZ

Box Office: 01476 406158


 Thu 6 Sept, 7.30pm - An Evening in New Orleans, Pete Allen Jazz Band - £14 / £12


 Sat 8 Sept, 7.30pm – Nashville Nights, Dixie Days (Neil Sands) - £14 / £12


 Fri 12 Oct, 8.00pm – Gordon Giltrap & Oliver Wakeman - £12 / £10


 Wed 31 Oct, 7.30pm – Kathryn Tickell: Northumbrian Voices - £16 / £15



At The Meres Leisure Centre, Trent Road, Grantham, NG31 7XQ

Box Office: 01476 406158


Sat 27 Oct, 7.30pm – Rat Pack Live - £19.50 / £18.50 (Group Discounts Available)


 Thu 6 December, 7.30pm – The Magic of Motown - £19.50 / £18.50 (Group Discounts Available)

£19.50 / £18.50 (Group Discounts Available)


Sunday, 5 August 2012

Bands On The Bank 2012

Bands on the Bank @ Batemans Visitor Centre Wainfleet Sat 18 Aug2pm Salem Bridge Brewery, Wainfleet, Lincs, PE24 4JE

Under 12’s will be admitted free and there will be a charge of £2.00 for adults



www.bateman.co.uk 

Carpenters Arms Boston - August Gigs

Gigs @ The Carpenter Arms, Witham Street Boston Lincs PE21 6PU for August.
All commencing at 9pm

SAT 4TH AUG KUDOS - COVERS BAND
SAT 11TH AUG MICHEAL AND OZZY - ACQUSTIC DUO
FRI 24TH AUG MICHEAL AND OZZY - ACQUSTIC DUO
SAT 25TH AUG HALF CUT HEROS - COVERS BAND
SUN 26TH JAMMING SESSION WITH CUTTING LOOSE - ALL MUSICIANS WELCOME TO COME ALONG AND JOIN IN.
FRI 31ST AUG VIYNL NITE 8.30pm

Further details from...

01205 362840

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Animals and Friends with Zoot Money Available for Gigs in December

ANIMALS AND FRIENDS with ZOOT MONEY

Available for Gigs in December 2012



ANIMALS & FRIENDS

In 1957 John Steel and Eric Burdon formed what was later to be The Animals.

John Steel has worked constantly since the late 1950’s. The Original Animals split in 1966 but reformed again in the 1970’s to record a new Albu
joined on stage by Peter Barton on Bass and Vocals. Pete has been working with John since the early 1990’s, previous to that Peter was bass player with Wayne Fontana as one of The Mindbenders. Danny Handley completes the current line-up. Danny’s credits include Spencer Davis, Ric Lee (Ten Years After) and Bobby Elliott of The Hollies.

Over the last two decades John Steel and the band have completed countless successful tours around the world. The band has released several new CD’s along with new DVD’s.

The band still performs to packed houses around the world.

Now in his 70’s John Steel still continues to perform with the passion and energy that he has always had.

Without doubt one of the great British pioneers of Blues and Rock.

ZOOT MONEY

Piano player and organist Zoot Money (George Bruno Money) was the most colourful exponent of early British rhythm and blues, legendary for his outrageous live appearances. Born in Bournemouth to Italian parents, he moved to London in the early 1960s where he worked with Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated in between spells with his own Big Roll Band, with whom he had various hits including the massive 'Big Time Operator' in 1965. On their first album, 'Live at Klooks Kleek' (CBS, 1966, produced by Gus Dudgeon), the band comprised Nick Newall on sax, Colin Allen on drums and Andy Summers on guitar, joined by Johnny Almond in later line-ups of the Big Roll Band. Money went on to form Dantalian's Chariot, (a psychedelic trio with Summers and Allen), in response to the new mood of 1967. In September 1967, at the height of the "summer of love", they released a typically bizarre single, 'Madman Running through the Fields'. The trio broke up soon after and Money and Summers
and Allen), in response to the new mood of 1967. In September 1967, at the height of the "summer of love", they released a typically bizarre single, 'Madman Running through the Fields'. The trio broke up soon after and Money and Summers moved to San Francisco to join Eric Burdon's New Animals for a spell. In

1970 Zoot released his first solo album, 'Welcome to My Head'. By this time he was also in demand as a session man, always managing to leave his personal stamp on a recording, in particular on Kevin Coyne's 'In Living Black And White' (Virgin, 1976). During the 1970s Zoot Money developed a parallel career as a film actor, which has continued to the present day. The past thirty years have seen him continue to record and perform, both as a featured artist with fellow 1960s stars such as Spencer Davis and Alan Price and in his own right with the Big Roll Band, who are enjoying a renaissance as Zoot introduces his unique brand of blues to a new generation.

For more information contact Peter Barton

At Rock Artist Management 0771 2628366