The Peartree Boys return

The Peartree Bridge Family...playing in a Sno! Bar near you
The Peartree Bridge Family...playing in a Sno! Bar near you

THE Peartree Bridge Family will be kicking out the jams (not the strawberry type, mind) when they play live at the First Base Bar in Xscape this Saturday night.

If it is high energy rock covers that float your boat, you will be in safe hands with these fellas.

And don’t be scared by the Hawaiian shirt!

“It is great to see local bands back at First Base Bar,” said PTBF singer Rob Taylor. “The venue is so perfect for live music.”

And though these chaps have been at their craft for more than a wee while, they aren’t complacent on the stage.

“We try to play every gig as if it is our first or last and not just a bunch of old men going through the motions,” he promised.

>JAMMIN’ For Japan is a new-city talent night raising money to support the victims of the horrific Japanese Quake and Tsunami.

Tickets for tomorrow night’s show cost £10 and monies raised will be given to the British Red Cross and Shelter Box.

The venue is MK Snap, at Bourton Low, Walnut Tree. Show time is 8pm.

It’s a wide-ranging bag of talent that will greet you too – from piano players to hip hop dancers, and plenty inbetween.

To pre-book call 07713 563659.

>A concert at the Chrysalis Theatre on Saturday evening offers classic hits from the golden era of Hindi Cinema.

Keep Alive runs from 7pm. Proceeds to the Kamla Mehta School for blind girls.