King Size Voodoo Traveller were formed at the start of 2013 when George and Ally (from Fickle Lilly) felt the need to do even more playing than they were…
Old mate Bruce Campbell and Oil City Connection Bass player Gary Scott were brought in to complete the line up …
Ally wanted to bring songs from his days in the Hillbillies from Outer Space, Kloppengruber and Twango Bango Deluxe…(now you can see where the name comes from ) and add some old Quo numbers along with more Steve Earle, Tom Petty and John Hiatt…
They play Rock, Blues and Country…simple .
Always a pleasure to get these guys back on our stage, they start at 9, nobody knows when they'll finish...if they finish
A foot tappin, lively roadhouse blues band covering lots of rip-your-balls-out rockin tunes by the likes of Jeff Healey, Joe Bonamassa, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Gary Moore, Peter Green...and more...
This power trio from Newcastle, England, are built around the smoky Strat licks and soaring voice of Russ Tippins. CLASSIC ROCK, the UK’s leading music magazine made Electrickery their Blues Album of the Month Dec 2010, calling it “screamingly good”.
The night is split into 2 sets, first being acoustic from Dick Dale's Misirlou, the folky version of Whiskey In The jar to Zep's Going To California and a daring acoustic Kashmir and an interesting Uriah Heep's Gypsy, all via a bit Bowie, some Sparks and ELO's Mr Blue Sky.
For the "Electric" second part, things keep rolling, Neil Young covers being a notable highlight as well as some storming AC/DC, Hendrix's Purple Have and Foxy Lady back to back and the "other" way of doing Whiskey In The Jar and a classy Comfortably Numb.
If you haven't seen this band before, then you haven't lived!! Hip Hop Hooray aren’t your normal tribute band, performing the most popular hip hop hits, both past and present, their shows always turn out to be the best parties.
Hip hop covers and full of energy, the floors won't know what hit them
So damaged by the trauma of the last one in 2012, we've took our time in coming back to this one. But it's back. 75 draught beers (including the only full set of official Oktoberfest beers in the north), 1500 bratwurst, 250 ham hocks, 2 pint steins, a whole lot of lederhosen & Big Red & The Grinners.
Rooster's Cat are a four-piece acoustic outfit who are not restricted by a particular genre of music and play tunes from the 1930s to the present day.
Ranging from Led Zepplin to the Jungle Book. With tunes from the likes of KT Tunstall, Eagles, Rolling Stones and Lindisfarne Rooster's Cat are bound to strike a chord with any audience, with the aim of getting people singing and bopping along.
The 2nd WECare Worldwide Charity Pub Quiz hosted by the Brandling Villa & Jessica Flowers. This night is set to raise money for WECare Worldwide and promises a night full of fun and prizes. As always dogs are welcome along with owners, question is who be walking who home?