The Red Lion in Biggleswade has quickly developed a reputation as one of Chronicle Country’s finest live music venues.
The pub will be living up to this once again on Friday (November 8) when the Synthetix perform at the venue.
The band are quite specific in their sound, in that they pay tribute to the new wave and punk era of 1977 to 1982.
Rock covers will be the style at the Rose in Biggleswade on Saturday (November 9) courtesy of Mr Rainmaker.
The four-piece play a wide range of material covering rock, pop, blues and soul.
Rock and blues will also be heard at the Wrestlers pub in Langford on Saturday.
Jack are unusual in that over the last few years the band has featured more than 60 musicians – though rarely more than five at a time.
A quality mix of sounds old and the new will be on the agenda at the Cornerstone in Shefford on Saturday.
Covers band 360 play contemporary British soul and some cool 1970s grooves to get the party going.
A band who do exactly what it says on the tin will be performing at Arlesey Football Club on Saturday.
The Motown Experience pay homage to the finest sounds of the genre.