SATURDAY 29th June:
Sewstern Village Hall: Sewstern Fete (Thanks Susan Bates x )
‘Naturally Sourced’ 12pm
Naturally Sourced is a young upcoming Grantham Coverband. Consisting of a Drummer, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar and Vocals. Varied genres catered for.
The Band are a young aged 13-15 years rock Indie and Pop covers Band. We were first put together as an acoustic band in February 2018 when we took part in a Build a Band workshop at Melody Music. Zoe our singer joined us after auditions in October 2018. We enjoy our gigs however big or small and strive to make our sets entertaining for our audience.
Naturally Sourced has been successful in gaining gigs at St Wulframs Church, Grantham, Beer festival, Blue Dog, Sewstern, Nobody INN, Grantham, Grantham Football Club, The Black Dog, Grantham and many more.
The Royal British Legion: Vocalist ‘Phil Lawrence’ 7pm
Why not join us at our great Saturday evening entertainment events for you and your family’s enjoyment.
Class acts to sing and dance to in premier surroundings.
Hygiene rating 5 and Purple Flag award.
There is no fee to the concert room but non-members are required to purchase a ticket at the club door for £1.
Three half hour performances by the artist interspersed with one three quarter hour and one half-hour interval of bingo and prize draw.
A great time for all to enjoy.
Doors open at 7pm.
The Blue Dog (Sewstern): ’23 Reasons’ 7.30pm
Acoustic covers band playing unique unplugged versions of songs from the 60s to the present day.
Scott – Vocals & Guitar
Simon – Guitar
Otto – Percussion
Afternoon folkz, here’s a short clip of our tribute to the late Keith Flint, the cunningly titled Prodi-jam!! – see what we did there
We’ll be playing this and many more belters this coming Saturday at The Blue Dog in Sewstern as part of their Midsummer Fete. We’re on at 7:30pm.
We’ll see you at the bar, and just in case, 1xReal Ale, 1xCider and 1xGuiness…… I like it when the Band pre-order drinks
The Genny B (Generous Briton): ‘Picto Mexico’ 9.30pm
Sooooo, hello again!!!!
Last time we played at The Genny, it was nothing short of triumphantly gorgeous!!!
You all know what to do… arrange a babysitter, rendezvous with friends, liaise with workmates, congregate with family or fly solo and come on down. New hits, big firm plump hits, nice times and cuddles a plenty from all the band. THAT IS A PICTO PROMISE.
This Saturday ‘Picto Mexico’ are back!!! And you should all come to the Genny B to join in the fun says Singer Shaun. They’re all ready to put on a show! Expect treats a plenty, and bags and bags of new songs, so that’s’ loads! Expect the usual laughs and banter and most importantly a jolly good time. Come catch this fun, diverse, devilishly handsome and energetic band who smash hits May 2011 called them ‘really, not all that bad’. Don’t forget! free hugs!
The Noels Arms: ‘Lil Roosters Big Band’ 9.30pm
A very welcome return to The Noel Arms this Saturday with the legendary Horace Panter of The Specials fame playing with us! Also we have the awesomeness of Jim Widdop on Steel and the insatiable beats of Ben Topley on drums! One not to be missed!!
‘Hazel Scott’ They say the best things come in small packages, Hazel is proof of this! Her Guitar playing is formidable and solid as a rock, but her voice that’s what really sets her apart from the crowd.
All fired up to be back at The Noel’s for a Big Band Rocking good time this Saturday! Me Ben and Chris very excited to have the majestic Horace Panter of The Specials on Bass with us again and the dazzling Jim Widdop on Steel! Don’t miss us! H
The Grapes: ‘Cover’d In Punk’ 10pm (Debut)
Initially I couldn’t find too much on these lads. All I could say was that they have a fantastic sense of Humour, and here’s proof. A shot for shot, Tongue firmly in cheek Queen Video of “Don’t stop me now” it’s so uncanny it’s like watching the Movie ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’……….nearly! (apart from its not shot for shot, but its well worth a watch its brill).
From the Band:
“Cover’d In Punk (who went with the apostrophe on a graphic design basis because it looked cooler in that font) first came to life back in 2009 as Chris (vocals) was inspired by New Found Glory’s cover album “From The Screen To Your Stereo” wondering why there were no bands that exclusively did that kind of thing.
With a desire to play the Pop songs his dad liked, in the rock style that he liked, he set out to find like- minded people to join him in that quest, unbeknownst it would take almost 7 years to do so. Fast forward to 2016 the band were finally gig ready with enough songs to cover 3-4 hour shows with songs ranging from Rio by Duran Duran, through Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton to Love Machine by Girls Aloud. Nobody feels alienated at a CIP show, there really is something for everyone.”
And here! here is the quote right here
“We just love taking your favourite songs from the radio and destroying them for our own entertainment”