Gigs

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Thursday, January 25th 2018 The Producers The Producers in Farnham The Cellar Bar, Farnham Maltings
Doors: 8:15pm. Admission: £14. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 01252 793430. Address: Bridge Sq, GU9 7QR.
It was 25 years and thirteen albums ago that the Producers first appeared on the UK music scene and since then they have gigged their version of the blues in clubs, theatres and on major festival stages worldwide and they continue to do so. The development of the band over that time has seen seven line up changes but the founders of the band, Harry Skinner and Dave Saunders remain in place and the latest and longest incarnation (now ten years old) features Ray Drury (keys) and Biff Smith (drums). A fabulous band! Don’t miss this special gig celebrating 25 years of the band.
Doors open 8.15 pm for a 9.00 pm start.
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Thursday, February 1st 2018 Bad Influence Bad Influence in Farnham The Cellar Bar, Farnham Maltings
Doors: 8:15pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 01252793430. Address: Bridge Sq, GU9 7QR.
Bad Influence are based in South London and led by rhythm guitarist and singer extraordinaire Val Cowell and lead/slide guitar player Richard Hayes.
The band has existed for 25 years and has received much critical acclaim for both their original songs and their strong covers of Tom Petty to Bonnie Raitt to Fleetwood Mac etc. They have appeared on all types of stage and radio and released six CDs.
Val has been described as having ‘a tidal wave of a voice that can take on the mantle of our greatest singers’, while the band’s overall performances receive reports such as ‘Bad Influence always leave their audiences handsomely entertained’.
Their experienced and tight rhythm section has long time drummer Harry James (Thunder/Magnum) and the more recent addition of bass player Pete Stroud (Peter Green Splinter Group/Buddy Whittington Band).
Bad Influence have definitely paid their ‘dues’ and are now considered by many to be one of the top acts in their field, delivering their sound of powerful vocals alongside classic guitar driver rock solid blues.
Doors open 8.15 pm for a 9.00 pm start.
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Thursday, February 8th 2018 Robin Bibi Band + Special Guests Robin Bibi Band + Special Guests in Farnham The Cellar Bar, Farnham Maltings
Doors: 7:30pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 01252 793430. Address: Bridge Sq, GU9 7QR.
Robin Bibi and his Band host the now annual Boogaloo Birthday gig with lots of special guests and free cake!
Guests include Earl Jackson, Dave Raphael, Edwin Baker (trombone), Marcus Prestgaard-Stevens and more.
Watch this space for further details!
Doors open 7.30 pm for an 8.00 pm start.
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Thursday, February 15th 2018 SORRY NO MUSIC TONIGHT SORRY NO MUSIC TONIGHT in Farnham The Cellar Bar, Farnham Maltings
Doors: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Bridge Sq, GU9 7QR.
Thursday, February 22nd 2018 Crossfire feat. Marcus Prestgaard-Stevens Crossfire feat. Marcus Prestgaard-Stevens in Farnham The Cellar Bar, Farnham Maltings
Doors: 8:15pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 01252 793430. Address: Bridge Sq, GU9 7QR.
Marcus Praestgaard-Stevens is an amazing young guitarist, with a talent and musical maturity well beyond his years. Tonight he will be at Farnham Maltings with his fabulous band featuring the amazing vocals of Alice Charlotte and the rock-solid rhythm section of Stuart James (drums) and Martin Potter (bass).
Doors open 8.15 pm for a 9.00 pm start.
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Thursday, March 1st 2018 Busted Loose (aka Monday Band) Busted Loose (aka Monday Band) in Farnham The Cellar Bar, Farnham Maltings
Doors: 8:15pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 01252 793430. Address: Bridge Sq, GU9 7QR.
Busted Loose (previously known as The Monday Band) are guitarist and singer Papa George, ace singer and multi-instrumentalist Steve Simpson, fabulous bass player Pete Stroud and drummer Sam Kelly. The band play an all-rocking set of blues, R&B and funk with some very fine musicianship. These top musicians are the cream of the current blues scene, and when they’re together they spark off each other to sensational effect.
Doors open 8.15 pm for an 8.00 pm start.
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