Thursday June 18
All are welcome to head to Aylesbury Shootpool, Hale Leys, Aylesbury, from 9pm for Jamnation, a powerful weekly jam session. Thursday is Open Mic Night at The Swan, London End, Beaconsfield. Music starts at 9.30pm and features the cream of local acoustic music talent. All welcome and entry is free. Tring Park Cricket Club, London Road, Tring, plays host to singer songwriter Mara Simpson with support from Maxwell and Moore. The gig starts at 8.30pm and tickets cost £5. Blues/rock four-piece Breeze play The Crystal Palace, Station Road, Berkhamsted, with a free gig from 9pm.
Friday June 19
There’s a double hit of music at Aylesbury Shootpool, Hale Leys, Aylesbury, with rock four-piece Callow Saints performing from 8pm and The Curvy Love Dogz from 10.30pm. Admission is free. Rock covers band RedRocket play The Goat, High Street, Berkhamstead, with a free gig from 9pm. High energy pop, rock, funk, soul, reggae and indie anthems come to The Misty Moon, High Street, Chesham, from 9pm in the form of Devestation. Admission is free. Rhythm and Blues five piece outfit The Jukesters play The Red Lion, Knotty Green, Beaconsfield, from 9pm. Admission is free and all are welcome. Head to The Oddfellows Arms, London Road, Apsley, from 9pm for a free gig from classic rock five-piece boozadaddy.
Saturday June 20
Two of Chesham’s greatest groups – Tinlin and One Witch Down – merge to create the town’s own supergroup One Witch & The Tinmen for a Buryfields after part at The Jolly Sportsman, Eskdale Avenue, Chesham, from 10pm. Admission is free. Rising Gloucestershire folk star Hattie Briggs takes to the stage at The Drawing Room, Francis Yard, Chesham, for a gig ahead of her Cambridge Folk Festival appearance. Runner-up in the Radio 2 Young Folk Awards 2015, this promises to be a performance not to be missed. She is supported by gritty performer Natalie Gelman on tour from the USA. Visit http://the-drawingroom. co.uk/ for bookings and further information. World fusion comes to the Queens Park Arts Centre and Limelight Theatre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, in the form of Wild Willy Barretts French Connection from 8pm. Feature Wild Willy Barrett, Mary Holland, John Devine and Aurora Colson, tickets cost £13.50. The Brahmas play Aylesbury Shootpool, Hale Leys, Aylesbury, with a free gig from 10.30pm. Rivet Sports & Social Club, Mandeville Road, Aylesbury, hosts rock outfit Replica Rockaholics with a free gig from 9pm. Fairford Leys, Aylesbury will be alive with the sound of music from 6pm with a new community event Music in the Square. Compere DJ Dan Blaze will be your host for the evening and featured bands are Dealey Plaza, Callow Saints and Essential Motion. Enjoy a bar and barbecue and you can even rent deckchairs. Visit www.musicin thesquare.co.uk for more information. Bad Janet plays The Goat, High Street, Berkhamstead, from 9.30pm. Admission is free. With music from the 60s to the present day, Dizzy Fish will be at The Dolphin, Totteridge Lane, High Wycombe, with a free gig from 8.30pm. The Cressex Club, Cressex Community Centre, High Wycombe, hosts Horizon from 8.30pm. Admission is free. Jazz solo artist Gary Allen promises to have The Eagle, High Street, Old Amersham, swinging from 9pm. Admission is free. Party rock band Hustler will be at O’Neil’s, Paul’s Row, High Wycombe, from 10pm. Admission is free. The Choice will take you through the musical ages to the 60s at the Belle Vue, Gordon Road, High Wycombe. Admission is free and the music starts at 8.45pm. Karaoke Knights will be at The Dumb Bell, Shire Lane, Chalfont St Peter, from 9pm and admission is free.
Sunday June 21
It’s open mic night with the Cherry Valentines at The Gamekeeper’s Lodge, Bellingdon Road, Chesham, from 8.30pm. Entry is free and all are welcome. Bob James plays Cotterells Club, Cotterells, Hemel Hempstead, with a free gig from 8.30pm. Acoustic covers duo The Measures will be at The Oddfellows Arms, London Road, Apsley, with a free gig from 4.30pm.
Monday June 22
Famed Yorkshire acoustic duo Union Jill (Sharon Winfield and Helen Turner) combine strong melodies and thought-provoking lyrics to create a sound that is distinctive and fresh. You can hear them at Chesham Folk Club, White Hill Centre, White Hill, Chesham, from 81.5pm. Tickets cost £10.
Tuesday June 23
It’s open mic night at The Oddfellows Arms, London Road, Apsley, from 9pm. Free admission. Dusty’s Blues Club, Holmer Green Sports Association, Watchett Lane, Holmer Green, features Nigel Bagge with Rob Mills, Eddie Masters and Ed Spevock. The music starts at 9pm.
Hattie Briggs will play The Drawing Room, Chesham