2016-08-23
PBF Live Bands
CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE Peterborough & District Branch
PBF Live Music 2016

Tuesday 23rd August
Open Mic Nite with Stacey
With the popularity of Open Mic evenings ever increasing around pubs in the Peterborough area, this has now become a regular feature of PBF. We simply have to give another opportunity to some of our less well known individuals to show off their unique talents on the Beer Festival Stage. This event will again be hosted by Stacy, so if you would like the opportunity to appear, do please contact her IN ADVANCE to register your interest. Stacy can be reached vocalsoulmate@hotmail.co.uk
Approx 7.30 pm to 10.45 pm

Wednesday 24th August
(In progress - info soon)
Likely to be 8.15 pm to 9.15 pm and 9.45 pm to 10.45 pm

Thursday 25th August
Grounded
GROUNDED are a Peterborough-based, 5 piece rock covers band, performing well known classics from the late 50’s to the present day.
Conceived at the turn of the Millennium by skydivers from Sibson Airfield who, fed-up of being sat on the ground waiting for the weather to clear-up, randomly went out and bought some musical instruments to suppress the boredom! The rest as they say is history and a lot of hard work.
Expect to hear anything from AC/DC to ZZ Top, The Rolling Stones to Robbie Williams. AC/DC, Zeppelin, Sabbath, Van Halen, Cream, Free, Deep Purple, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Faces, Black Crowes, Creedance CR, Guns 'n' Roses & many more .... Errrr maybe some Tiffany!?
Approx 9.15 pm to 10.45 pm

Thursday 25th August
The Ouse Valley Singles Club
The Ouse Valley Singles Club is a 3 piece band hailing from the market town of Bedford whose roots are sprung out of the 1950’s Skiffle scene. They combine this traditional sound with the energy of Punk, the swing of Rock and Roll and then layer that with naughty saucy postcard lyrics in true folk story telling fashion and in doing this they have created a truly original sound. Musically they have been described as New Wave Skiffle. George Formby meets The Clash, where Vaudevillian music hall blends with working men’s club values. Since their formation back in 2009, OVSC have gigged steadily on the live music circuit where they have performed around the country’s pubs and musical venues. They have supported musical legends Chas and Dave as well as Pete Docherty and warmed up for Bob Geldof and The Boomtown Rats at The Great British Alternative Music Weekender. As well as Beer Festivals and local events such as Cambridge’s Strawberry Fair and Peterborough’s BMF - British Motorbike Federation under their belts they are no strangers to the Festival Circuit neither.
Approx 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm

Friday 26th August
Merry Hell
Founded in their native North West of England, Merry Hell is an eight-piece folk rock band with a history, a pedigree and a bright future. In just 5 short years they have risen to become festival favourites their albums finding favour with critics, broadcasters and music fans alike. They are continuing to develop an enviable reputation for the quality of their song writing recorded work and live performances
The band was forged from the smouldering embers of 90’s folk/punk band The Tansads. Following an emotional series of reunion concerts in 2010, its members chose to tread the boards under a new name , Merry Hell (taken from Tansads song Separate Souls) in order to reflect their new impetus, new hopes and, most importantly, new songs.
While Merry Hell retains the nucleus of five former Tansads members, brothers John(guitar), Bob(mandolin) and Andrew (vocals) Kettle, along with Lee Goulding (keys), Andy Jones (drums) , the addition of vocalist, Virginia Kettle (wife of John) has helped create a new identity purpose and spirit in their music. Nick Davies (bass) and Neil McCartney (fiddle) complete the band line-up.
Hugely popular on the festival circuit, 2015 saw Merry Hell rise to even greater critical enthusiasm both at home and, increasingly, around the world.
Promising to be a very special night at PBF 2016.
Approx 9.15 pm to 10.45 pm

Friday 26th August
The Stringlers
This local all-female string quartet has been described as “brilliant”, “spectacular”, “edgy” and “amazingly versatile”! Playing refreshing versions of music from the 1970’s, 80's and 90's. Following the hugely successful debut performance at the 2015 Peterborough Beer Festival, this year's repertoire aims to be a head-banging, sing-a-long boogey night! Sounds of Queen, Bowie, Bee Gees, The Specials and..........of course, The Stranglers.
The group are Diane Llewellyn (1st violin), Helen Britton (2nd violin), Kat Moore (viola) and Emily Smith (cello), all established musicians in the Peterborough area, from classical, folk and jazz backgrounds but all with a passion for rock music.
The repertoire of songs has been cleverly interpreted and arranged by Kat Moore making this quartet unique and not to be missed!
Approx 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm

Friday 26th August
Palmerston Ukelele Band
This is a bunch of guys and gals from the Palmerston Arms who just formed up for a bit of fun and have gone from strength to strength. No beer festival, large or small, is complete without a performance from this multi-talented outfit with their unique and entertaining style of sing along favourites.
Approx 4.00 pm to 5.30 pm

Saturday 27th August
One Eyed Cats
The Glorious One Eyed Cats are a lively seven piece Peterborough band that plays a variety of music that everybody knows, ranging from Rock and Roll through Rhythm and Blues to Swing and Good Times.
Whether it’s high-octane rock & roll, cool blues, jumping rhythm, driving rock or a hair-down sing-along, the Cats always deliver. And deliver incredibly well.
The Cats formed some eighteen years ago out of a group of established musicians all looking to get back to having fun. As such, they honed their sound playing in bars and festivals; the stages starting small and getting progressively larger. Their music has taken them around the world, but they always love to come home.
Their large line up is suited to their huge sound, with a fiery brass section, rocking guitar and rolling piano.
Their music is always lively, passionate and entertaining. They always aim to lift the roof off, rock socks off and leave everybody fully entertained - having had a good laugh, boogie and night. All with immense enthusiasm, fine humour and unquestionable musicianship.
Come and see the Glorious One Eyed Cats, let your hair down and treat yourself to this great Saturday finale to Peterborough Beer Festival 2016.
Approx 9.00 pm to 10.30 pm

Saturday 27th August
(In progress - info soon)
Likely to be 7.30 pm to 8.50 pm

Saturday 27th August
Saturday Afternoon Bands

Saturday 27th August
(In progress - info soon)
Likely to be bands from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm
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