The last few shows before The Stables takes it’s summer break roll out this week, starting on Thursday night with The Pasadena Roof Orchestra, who will be Puttin’ on the Ritz.
Timeless classics from the Great American Songbook will spill after 8pm.
Their set comes with all the expected finesse, together with a big measure of wit and humour to help things along.
New Orleans songwriter Andrew Duhon brings his blend of raw and personal songs to Stage 2 on Thursday.
Influenced by blues and folk music, Andrew’s music and performances reflect his perspective in a very real way as he sings with absolute conviction about the issues that matter to him.
Whether it’s love that crosses colour lines, a family challenged by life’s unexpected turns or the woeful tale of a city left to drown, Duhon brings his audience into the most intimate of spaces through his storytelling.
Friday sees a change of pace with The Fortunes – Past and Present.
The hit band of the 60s and 70s will perform all the tunes you’d expect (You’ve Got Your Troubles, Here It Comes Again, Storm In A Teacup) and a few drawn from their times in other bands.
Call MK 280800 to book.
>The new Stables seasonwill kick off at the end of August.