February is upon us and it is only the beginning of what is shaping up to be an incredible season. March continues to bring you some amazing live music and community shows.
All the way from America, The Grahams are bringing their American folk music to Newbury. Having been touring America at the end of last year they are now bringing their tour around the UK. Stopping off here on the 1st of the month.
Babajack are bringing their unique blend of styles, with their passion, energy and musicianship. You can see them on the 2nd of March, for what promises to be a performance of magnitude.
Blackbeard’s Tea Party make an appearance here on the 3rd in the lull between the many festivals they have been touring round. With the band having great success on the festival circuit and making many repeat appearances, they are also fitting a few venues in along the way.
On the 14th and 15th we have St Gabriel’s Dance Show, bringing the work of local dancers and schools. With their array of dance styles being showcased, every performance promises to be different from the last.
Mud Morganfield, star of blues music and eldest son of Muddy Waters is bringing his Chicago blues to Arlington. Rooted firmly in his traditional blues rhythm, he is highly acclaimed for his pure talent and musicianship.
John Otway and the Big Band follow Mud in the line up and he promises to give just as big a performance. Hopefully he doesn’t jump off any speakers again. Otway’s energetic performance brings a contrast to the laid back nature of Mud’s smooth blues on the 17th March.
Newbury YoungStars bring their production of Camp Rock with a staggering four shows, you have ample opportunity to see their production. Including a signed performance on the 23rd. This event promises to be some greats shows, putting the young people of Newbury into the limelight.
Robben Ford, premier electric guitarist of today is bringing his well known blues to Newbury. Known for his ease when moving between musical genres, having been in numerous different bands of different genres. Robben is here on the 30th.
Red Butler are closing March with their show on the 31st. The young band from Brighton are making a name for themselves with their meld of blues and rock. As a band they have a passion and energy that comes from their hunger to become the best they can be. They were named Best Breakthrough band of 2016.