Playful accordionist Johanna Juhola is at The Stables this Thursday evening, ‘conjuring a magical world that blends Buenos Aires tango halls with forest-dark Finnish landscapes’
Her style is well known on the Finnish scene, and one suspects that she’ll have swelled her local set of fans after this performance too.
Panic Room play tomorrow, bringing ‘epic grandeur, spine-tingling beauty and gutsy raw power’ to the end of your week.
Alternatively, pop into the more intimate confines of Stage2 and catch The Jimmy Brewer Band, the latest name performing under the M1 Music Night banner.
A classic songwriter with some contemporary styling, you can check his style on the album As Time Stands Still.
The Woburn Sands Band show up on Saturday night, with a show spanning classics from jazz and pop to brass band originals.
You’re always promised a good show from the active aces.
On Sunday night, The Cavern Beatles come hither, as they mark the half century since the real Fab Four went on tour.
Have you got A Ticket to Ride, so to speak?
Brian Houston and Robert Vincent team up for a show on Stage 2 the same night, while Albert Hammond, last on the MK stage last year, returns on Monday evening.
He is responsible for the sales of a gargantuan 360 million records worldwide...and counting.
Bellowhead founders and all-round good ‘folks’ Spiers & Boden set up on Tuesday with Backyard Songs.
Fans have been invited to suggest folk songs with an MK significance for them to learn on this tour, so quite what to expect is anyone’s guess, although it’ll be quality assured.
Last up, World Party with Karl Wallinger – for more on that gig, turn back to City Nights.
Call and book on MK 280800.