Wave goodbye to choirs as you know them and say hello to The Spooky Men’s Chorale at The Stables on Thursday night, says Georgina Butler.
This Australian macho juggernaut has a wide-ranging repertoire – from Georgian-style chants to a capella ballads – encompassing traditional harmonies and wickedly off-the-wall sounds.
For a spicier sound, try Botown on Friday night when the chart-topping, hi-octane multicultural soul band will return to get audiences up on their feet doing the Bollywood Boogie.
This culture-clash musical experience combines the glamour of Bollywood with the charisma of soul music – imagine Aretha Franklin duetting with Kishore Kumar.
The always-in-demand Hamish Stuart shot to fame in the 1970sas the falsetto voice and guitarist of the Average White Band.
Glasgow-born Hamish continues to write and play live with The Hamish Stuart Band – check them out on Saturday.
American Grammy-winning songwriter Patty Griffin is know for her stripped-down song writing style – she has perfected a folk-rocking country sound that is uniquely her own.
Experience her unmistakable and inimitable catalogue of work – including tracks from her 2013 album American Kid – on Tuesday when she performs her powerful, personal and unpredictable songs for The Stables crowd.
The legend of Queen lives on in Mercury, a band that recaptures the sight, sounds and emotions of Queen, with skilful instrumentation and perfect harmonies.
‘The Show Must Go On’ – and it will, at The Stables on Wednesday.
To make a booking call MK 280800.