2013-08-20
PBF Live Bands
CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE Peterborough & District Branch
PBF Live Music 2013

Tuesday 20th August
Open Mic
A great new experience for Peterborough Beer Festival with an Open Mic night hosted by Stacey offering an opportunity for ALL to show off their abilities on the Festival Main Stage. If you wish to contact Stacey, please e-mail to vocalsoulmate@hotmail.co.uk
Expected on stage 7.30pm to 10.45pm

Wednesday 21st August
Mojo Triangle
A bunch of musicians from the Cambridge areas who just love to play great, honest blues and rock music............. The name Mojo Triangle came from an old saying that "all the best music came from a mojo triangle between New Orleans, Memphis and Nashville". Well that spirit has been transported to the deep Ouse Valley delta!
Originally meeting at the Willingham Jam Club, they have played in various one off bands, mainly together, sometimes not, but with a great circuit of music pubs, charity events and festivals their interpretation of classic blues and rock goes down a treat.
Expected on stage 8.15pm to 9.15pm and 9.45pm to 10.45pm

Thursday 22nd August
The Librarians
The Librarians are three brothers, born to a village idiot and his horse. They began playing instruments at their local infant school and have somewhat progressed since then.
They're friendly and harmless enough, really.
Expected on stage 7.30pm to 9.00pm

Thursday 22nd August
Children of the Revolution
One of the busiest and most successful cover bands working in the UK today, currently playing an average of 110 gigs a year covering all four corners of the country. A massively popular choice for weddings and functions, COTR also have a dedicated fan base in their hometown of Peterborough that comes from almost a decade on the local scene. Their repertoire is expansive, covering the likes of The Who, Elvis, Foo Fighters, Fleetwood Mac and even a Dolly Parton track to name but a few. Always an energetic, entertaining and exciting show.
Expected on stage 9.15pm to 10.45pm

Friday 23rd August
The Mistreated
The Mistreated created such a positive reaction following their Saturday afternoon set last year that we just had to have them back for an evening slot. They are a four-piece classic rock covers band based in Cambridgeshire. Fronted by the powerful vocals of Doc, The Mistreated present well-known rock songs from the '70s, '80s and '90s to the present day, delivering the highest standard of musicianship, but with a strong emphasis on entertainment.
Come early and support this great band performing a diverse range of tunes from the likes of Thin Lizzy, Muse, Van Halen, Ozzy, AC/DC, The Cult, Whitesnake and many, many more.
Expected on stage 7.30pm to 9.00pm

Friday 23rd August
Hooker
Hooker are a locally based, 5 piece rock covers band and are one of Peterborough’s longest established bands, celebrating 20 years together this year.
Formed in 1993, they have played their energetic, entertaining brand of rock classics all over the area and beyond. They have established themselves as a regular feature at the prestigious British Motorcycle Federation (BMF) events up and down the country.
Hooker last played here at the Peterborough Beer Festival on a memorable Friday night 6 years ago, when they shared the stage with another of Peterborough’s finest… Aladdinsane.
Consisting of “Forever young” Rob on the drums & vocals, “Lightning fingered” Steve on guitar, “Infinitely versatile” Sean on the bass & vocals, “Mr. Charisma” Pasky on the keyboards, and “Madder than a box of frogs” front man Trev, in his trademark Orange Boilersuit... you’re guaranteed something for everyone in a Hooker performance!!
Come and join in the party! You’ll know when you’ve been Hookered….
Expected on stage 9.15pm to 10.45pm

Saturday 24th August
Brotherhoods Roundabout
Brotherhoods Roundabout contains some premier members of the Peterborough music community; parts of bands such as "The Motivators", "Citizen Smith", "Canada", "0898" & "The Junk Puppets". Chris Allen, Keyboards. Ken Norman, Bass. John Haire, Guitar. Steve Dunmore, Drums. Colin Smith, Vocals. Their reputation is founded on playing at the progressive end of the rock spectrum, songs that many other bands simply don't attempt, whilst still aiming for a little bit of radio friendliness so you know there will always be some tunes you recognise.
Expected on stage 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Saturday 24th August
Think Floyd
This extraordinary band, dubbed The Definitive Pink Floyd Experience, is renowned for its stunning celebration of one of the world's greatest musical phenomena.
Now in their 20th year, the incredibly talented musicians who make up Think Floyd have managed to faithfully recreate all the atmosphere, visual magnitude and musical excellence of Pink Floyd live on stage. It's no wonder they have long been regarded as The UK's finest tribute to Pink Floyd.
The new Think Floyd production for 2013 celebrates the 40th anniversary of one of the most influential albums of all time: Dark Side of the Moon. Think Floyd will be featuring a selection of tracks from this as well as the whole range of Classic Pink Floyd including The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here, Meddle, The Division Bell and more.
This is a must- see for all Pink Floyd fans!
Expected on stage 8.30pm to 9.30pm and 9.45pm to 10.45pm

Friday 23rd August
Peterborough Ukulele Band
This is a bunch of guys and gals from the Palmerston Arms who just formed up for a bit of fun. Got to be worth a listen.
Expected on stage from about 4.00pm

Saturday 24th August
The Vaguers
A talented five piece rock band from Peterborough playing both originals and covers. Through developing their fans on the local music scene, there is a real hype building for their first EP which is being recorded this summer. The band draws their influences from Led Zeppelin across to modern indie such as Franz Ferdinand and The Arctic Monkeys.
Expected on stage at 1.30pm

Saturday 24th August
The Tom Wright Band
Tom Wright is an 18yr old Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, with a strong love of Country-Rock and Blues. He plays locally with his own band consisting of local legends Rex Gates, Andy Clifton, and exclusively for the Beer Fest, Elio Pace (house band for Terry Wogan, and piano player with Shakin' Stevens, Suzi Quatro, Albert Lee). Tom is currently recording his debut EP which will be available soon, featuring the current bass player with Queen!
Expected on stage at 2.30pm

Saturday 24th August
Sons of Kal-El
The hard rockers from Sons of Kal-El deliver exciting, energetic and entertaining live performances in the UK. Their performance of the album 'Songs from The Phantom Zone' showcases powerful yet well-crafted vocals, heavy riffs and impressive guitar solos. Look out for the album on iTunes in September 2013!
Expected on stage at 3.30pm
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