2018-08-21
PBF Live Bands
CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE Peterborough & District Branch
PBF Live Music 2018

Tuesday 21st August
Open Mic 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
On Stage from around 7:30pm

Wednesday 22nd August
Last Minute Brigade
Last Minute Brigade are a 4 piece Peterborough based band delivering a show of musical skill and pure showmanship on a huge level. With the skills of Andy Hughes on guitar, huge pounding beats and craziness from Staceman, high energy vocals and showmanship from Connor Gordon and stonking bass grooves from Dan Stimpson. We promise a show that you won’t forget and our mission every time is to get the crowd involved and have a great time. With songs covered from artists such as Muse, Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood, Oasis, The Who, Jimmy Eat World, The Beatles, AC/DC, Coldplay, Pulp, Prince, Manic Street Preachers, Cranberries, The Cult and a whole lot more. You won’t be disappointed.
On Stage from around 8:00 pm

Thursday 23rd August
The Expetives
The Expletives are a fantastic 4 piece Peterborough based band delivering a high energy show both musically and visually. The Expletives sets are jam-packed full of fun and feisty Punk 'N' New Wave Classics from back in the day. The Expletives recreate onstage the songs and sounds of The Jam, Sex Pistols, Buzzcocks, Undertones, Specials, Sham 69, Ramones, Ruts, Madness, Dr Feelgood, Blondie, The Dammed, The Clash, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop, The Vapours, The Members, Eddy and the Hot Rods, Jilted John, David Bowie and much, much more.
On Stage from around 7:30 pm

Thursday 23rd August
Walkway
Following the success of opening for Status Quo, The Darkness, Black Stone Cherry, Slade, Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake), Eric Martin (Mr Big), Graham Bonnet (Rainbow); Walkway’s distinct vocals, jaw dropping solos and solid rhythm section have created a huge buzz and gained the band the reputation as one of the UK’s best unsigned rock bands. In July 2017 the band released their highly anticipated third album, titled 'WWIII'. Recorded in 13 days at Sonic One Studio and mastered at the legendary Abbey Road Studio's by Sean Magee. The album contains 12 new Walkway songs, plus a tribute to the late Status Quo Guitarist/Vocalist Rick Parfitt with a cover of Quo's "Rain" featuring the original Status Quo Drummer John Coghlan guesting on drums. "Really enjoyed it, loved the energy you guys had. You boys are annoyingly good"- Rick Parfitt & Francis Rossi (Status Quo) “I actually felt like I was at your show…” - Dan Hawkins (Guitarist for The Darkness)
On Stage from around 9:00 pm

Friday 24th August
Palmy Uke Band
The Palmerston Ukulele Band (P.U.B. for short) is an eclectic mix of music and performers attracting a huge range of audiences at a wide variety of venues from the Peterborough Beer Festival to Fetes & Charity events. In fact anywhere that people like to gather to have a jolly good time! We make it our business to share Ukulele love, joy and happiness wherever we go by putting our spin on popular sing along, foot stomping tunes from the 60's, 70's & 80's; Johnny Cash and The Beatles to The Kinks, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, The Undertones, and many, many more. Although we're a bit of an odd bunch from all different sorts of backgrounds & professions (we even have our own bona fide 1980's pop star in our midst.....see if you can spot him!) we all rub along very nicely and are, as the song goes, "Happy Together".
On Stage from around 4:00 pm

Friday 24th August
Revolver
Revolver have become known for their highly energetic stage performances of all the biggest indie anthems. A very visual band to watch, they manage to engage the audience from the word go and make any event belong to the audience as much as the band. Don’t be surprised to see frontman Nok bring his Geordie charm into the crowd and get the less shy joining in. With over 300 gigs behind them in the five and a half years since vocalist Nok and Mark Delaine Smith (Former member of the UKs top Oasis tribute) started the band in 2013, Revolver have been earning the main billing on many festivals from the North East down to local ones in their Lincolnshire homeland. Joining Nok and Mark are the dynamic Danny Hunt on guitar and explosive Dan Spence on drums. It has often been commented that when watching the band you can’t keep still, whichever one of the four you watch there’s always something going on. If you are into the big indie numbers by Oasis, The Kaiser Chiefs, Stereophonics, Feeder, U2, up to date pop like Walk the Moon or classics by The Jam, The Police, Erasure and even quirky stuff like Wheatus and Scouting for Girls and you like your tunes served up bursting with energy and performance with ripping riffs and full on vocal harmonies then you will have a top night and join the many others who have become a part of the large Revolver family.
On Stage from Around 7:30 pm

Friday 24th August
The Dizzie Miss Lizzys
The Dizzy Miss Lizzys began in 2012 after an invitation to perform with PETE BEST the original drummer of the Beatles. Their sound then evolved from a Beatle tribute band to a 3 part harmony heavy rock band of the highest order. Gizz Butt, the guitarist virtuoso known for playing for The Prodigy (headlining Glastonbury, Reading and playing to 250,000 in Moscow Red Square) and chart success with his own band Janus Stark, formed the band with drummer legend Fozzy and they have shot to Peterborough high popularity status in a wake of packed dance floors and face melting, hard rocking guitar and drum wizardry. Fusing The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Lenny Kravitz, Free, The Eagles, Cream, Bowie, Bolan, GNR and Queen in a heavy rocking unique way like nobody else. Joined by the fantastically talented Ex Midget singer-guitarist Richard Gombault and Paul Macca lookalike Si Martin they have gone on to become one of Peterborough's most popular and adored local rock bands Red hot and raunchy, rock n roll and heavy rockin' fretwork , sing your lungs out with The Dizzy Miss Lizzys. High Energy, passion, sweat and humour from top class musicians with top class songs. Instant feel good factor!!!!!
On Stage from around 9:30 pm

Saturday 25th August
The Hot One Two
The Hot One Two are a five-piece band mixing the sound of classic rock with today’s modern attitude, style, presence and energetic live show! Having scooped the prestigious ‘Best Rock Act’ and ‘The Showmanship Award’ from Cambridge’s prestigious annual band competition, THOT are now regulars on regional radio and have appeared at festivals and venues over the east and midlands. ‘Putting the swagger back into UK rock, The Hot One Two are an act you need to be checking out in 2018. Their debut release ‘Come Whatever May’ is of the quality of a band that have been together for years and is a real statement of intent from the Cambridgeshire five piece’. Tom Simkins, BBC Introducing Cambridgeshire
On Stage from around 7:30 pm

Saturday 25th August
The Killerz
The Killerz are as close as you can get to The Killers. The band prides itself on its overall likeness to the chart topping band. The music, the look and the energy created by the band makes you feel like you are watching the real thing. In 2017 The Killerz were voted the official No1 Killers tribute at the National Tribute Music Awards by the UK Entertainment Agency Association and a finalist in the Best UK Tribute Band category. The band is currently enjoying a tremendous wave of success. Performing in the UK and Internationally at various festivals, venues and events the band continue to gather support from their audiences and more impressively from The Killers support group The Victims receiving great reviews wherever they perform. Described as being an exciting and a brilliant imitation of the real thing by many fans The Killerz continue to please followers with new and old chart hits like Mr Brightside, When You Were Young, Human and many, many more. With a true passion and love of what they play The Killerz are looking forward to bringing that Las Vegas Superstars feel to close the entertainment for Peterborough Beer Festival 2018.
On Stage from around 9:30 pm

Saturday 25th August
Velocity
Velocity are a fresh and high energy punk, indie and classic rock influenced power trio from Peterborough. Delivering classic and modern covers as well as their own material they never fail to excite a crown and rock out.
On Stage around 2:00 pm

Saturday 25th August
Meg McPartlin
All the way from Lincolnshire, 21 year old singer songwriter Meg has been performing in pubs and clubs since the age of 12. Her influences include P!nk, Frank Turner, Johnny Cash along with many other well-known singer songwriters. Besides her liking for old country music Meg loves to please a crowd with her range of punchy modern tunes full of sas and passion.
On Stage around 3:00 pm

Saturday 25th August
Third Stone from the Sun
TSFTS are another fine Peterborough Old-School Rock/Funk/Blues Covers band, putting their own spin to classic tracks that have stood the test of time with covers from artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Prince, ZZ Top and many more.
On Stage around 4:00 pm

Saturday 25th August
The Broadcasters
The Broadcasters are a UK based Rockabilly trio from Peterborough, consisting of Peter Ravenhill on guitar, Tom Wright on vocals and double bass and Andy Clifton on drums.
On Stage around 5:00 pm
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