THE irresistible essence of Jamaican singer-songwriter Bob Marley will flood The Stables stage tonight as the venue welcomes the fantastic tribute act, Legend.
The seven great musicians and singers – who are dedicated to the life and music of the acknowledged king of reggae – cover the very best of Bob Marley and The Wailers’ timeless classics.
The Experience begins at 8pm.
Natural funny-man Paul Chowdhry will bring a different groove to the Jim Marshall auditorium on Friday at 8pm with his brand new show What’s Happening White People?
Seen by many as the UK’s number one Asian comic, the star of Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week taps into the multicultural diversity of contemporary Britain.
Tickets are somewhat scant though, as in, call for returns only!
Meanwhile, over on Stage 2 Albany Down will be seeing in the weekend by serving up their own blend of infectious contemporary blues-rock.
Saturday night brings a real treat for all music lovers when the Nearly Dan: Reelin’ In The Years Anniversary Tour stops by for a couple of hours of meticulously crafted grooves and spirited performance in honour of Steely Dan.
Unwind and discuss all things jazz on Sunday with an informal Jazz Matters gathering in Stage 2 from 11.30am until 1pm before the Back To Basie show opens at 8pm.Featuring London session musicians and jazz soloists who capture the sound and spirit of Basie perfectly
If like us, you suffer from Monday blues, add some drama to the start of your week with Ben Waters – one of the most exciting piano players in Europe today.
Follow his ‘fab boogie-woogie’ on Tuesday with guitarists John Williams and John Etheridge.
Finally, Bollywood meets Brass meets Bhangra – the Bollywood Brass Band and Rafaqat Ali Khan will offer The Stables audience the chance to experience their colourful, joyful, exhilarating act on Wednesday.
This Indian-style wedding band plays the great tunes and compulsively danceable rhythms of the most popular music in the world – and for an additional £13 per person you can enjoy a dinner of curry too.
Beats cooking up a mid-week culinary storm at home.
Call to book on MK 280800.