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Thurs­day July 16

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. Rock and roll four-piece The Bluer­ays will be at Tring Park Cricket Club, Lon­don Road, Tring, with mu­sic from 8.30pm. Tick­ets £5. Breeze bring blues and rock to The Crys­tal Palace, Sta­tion, Road, Berkham­sted, from 9pm. Karaoke is also on the cards at The White Hart, High Street, Hemel Hemp­stead, from 8.30pm with Jewel En­ter­tain­ments. There’s a chance to win some cash at Olly’s Bar, The Mar­lowes, Hemel Hemp­stead. Karaoke night kicks off at 9pm with res­i­dent host Danny Cobain and there’s a £50 cash prize up for grabs. Small Faces trib­ute act The Small Fak­ers will be at The Horns, Hemp­stead Road, Wat­ford, from 9pm. It’s Jam Night at The Mid­dle­sex Arms, Long Drive, South Ruis­lip, so grab a guitar or warm up your vo­cal chords and head along from 9pm. Nick & Ika’s Blues and Coun­try Union bring Amer­i­cana to The Port­land Arms, Port­land Street, St Albans, from 8.45pm The Blue Bish­ops, fea­tur­ing Jim and Steve Rod­ford, will be bring­ing blues to The Farm­ers Boy, Lon­don Road, St Albans, from 8.30pm. The Weather­top Preach­ers host Open Mic Night at The Old Ticket Hall, Wind­sor & Eton River­side Sta­tion, Datch­ett Road, Wind­sor, from 9.30pm.

Fri­day July 17

Cool­Beans play Ayles­bury Shoot­pool, Hale Leys, Ayles­bury, from 10.30pm. Gra­ceNote will be at the Red Lion, Knotty

Green, Bea­cons­field. The mu­sic starts at 9pm. Rock cov­ers band Leech will be at The Vic­to­ria Club, Kings­bury Square, Ayles­bury, from 8.45pm. Head to Aris­to­crat, Wen­dover Road, Ayles­bury, to see rock four-piece Boot­leg­ger from 9pm. Bit­ter­root bring coun­try rock to The Swan, Grove Lane, Great Kim­ble, from 9pm. If clas­sic rock is what you’re look­ing for, Bad Penny will be pro­vid­ing at The Goat, High Street, Berkham­sted, from 9.30pm. De­ves­ta­tion bring high energy pop, rock, funk, soul, reg­gae and in­die to The Misty Moon, High Street, Che­sham, from 8pm. The three-day PennFest kicks off in Penn Street with a line-up you can’t af­ford to miss. To­day’s of­fer­ing in­cludes on the main stage Scout­ing for Girls, The Feel­ing, The Dualers, Jilted Gen­er­a­tion and Noa­sis. In the Old Skool Ware­house there will be Ratpack, Slip­matt, 2 Bad Mice and Jon Paul. The sec­ond stage fea­tures SKA Souls UK, Honey Ry­der, Shanty, The Jeremiah Broth­ers and Peter Mercer. For tick­ets see www.pennfest.net. Fish­ing for Robots will be at The Harvest Home, Sun­don Road, Houghton Regis, from 9.15pm. With cov­ers from the 70s to the present day, Chris Baker will per­form at The Old Bell, High Street, Old Town, Hemel Hemp­stead, from 9pm. The Ukaye Ukes play The Wag­gon & Horses, Copthall Lane, Chal­font St Peter, with mu­sic start­ing at 9pm. Un­der Sus­pi­cion – a Blues Broth­ers Trib­ute – per­forms at The Half­way House, Uxbridge Road, Rick­mansworth, from 9pm. With cov­ers and orig­i­nals, duo Freaky Dukes will be at The Oddfel­lows Arms, Lon­don Road,

Ap­s­ley, from 9pm. Andy Robb plays mu­sic to make you dance and sing from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s at The Horns, Hemp­stead Road, Wat­ford. The fun starts at 9pm. It’s Open Mic Night at The Glenn Club, Vic­to­ria Road, North Wat­ford, and that means mu­sic, com­edy, magic, even dance. Register from 8pm and the ac­tion starts at 9pm. Four-piece cov­ers act The Funky Mukkas will be play­ing Mol­loy’s, North Wat­ford, from 9pm.with mu­sic start­ing at 10pm. Fri­day night is karaoke night at The Ge­orge Inn, High Street, Burn­ham. Head down from 8pm and sing your heart out. Al­ter­na­tive rock band Loose Fruit Mu­seum will be play­ing at Burn­ham Park Hall, Wind­sor Lane, Burn­ham, from 7.30pm. The Power of Soul are at The Crock of Gold, High Street, Ruis­lip, from 9pm. Solo artist Bob Thom­son brings cov­ers from the 50s to the present day to The Gen­eral Eliott, St John’s Road, Uxbridge, with mu­sic start­ing at 9.30pm. Clas­sic gold four-piece The Cats Whiskers will be play­ing The Ivy Leaf Club, Welling­ton Road,

Uxbridge, from 8pm. Soul and funk five-piece Stu­dio 54 are at The Black Horse, High Road, East­cote, from 9pm. Tropic at Ruis­lip, Grosvenor Vale, Ruis­lip, hosts Bruce Spring­steen trib­ute act Boot­leg Boss from 8.30pm. Tick­ets £10. House and Club clas­siscs will be on the decks with DJ Lewis at Cham­pers Bar, Field End Road, East­cote, from 9pm. KD Band brings cov­ers from the 50s to the present day to The Crown, High Street,

Cow­ley, from 9pm. DJ Jason Payne will be at The Wheat­sheaf, Al­bert Street, Slough, from 9pm. Incog­nito will be bring­ing clas­sic, prog and melodic rock to The White Swan, Up­per Dag­nall Street, St Albans, from 9pm. The Cor­ner House, Queen Street, Maiden­head, will be host­ing cov­ers four-piece King Loud from 10pm. Five-piece out­fit Five Fold Kiss will be play­ing The Black­smiths Arms, St Peter’s Street, St

Albans, from 9pm. More Cow­bell will be play­ing at The Brook­house, King­shill Av­enue, Hayes, from 9pm. High-energy rock, pop and funk is on of­fer from Grav­ity at The Horn, Vic­to­ria Street, St

Albans, from 10pm. Cov­ers duo NRT will be at The Henry VI, High Street, Eton, from 9pm. The New Am­bas­sadors will play The Old Ticket Hall, Wind­sor & Eton River­side Sta­tion, Datch­ett Road, Wind­sor, from 10pm. The Natal­ies bring cov­ers from the 80s to the present day at The White Horse, High Street,

Lon­don Col­ney. The Larger Than Life Duo will be at Hayes Work­ing Men’s Club, Pump Lane, Hayes, with mu­sic start­ing at 8.30pm.

Satur­day July 18

Rick­mansworth Folk Fes­ti­val takes place to­day with a va­ri­ety of free events through­out the day in­clud­ing mu­sic from five-piece out­fit Jack­tar. The Gala Con­cert will be an Evening with Julie Felix at St Mary’s Church Cen­tre, Church Street, Rick­mansworth. Tick­ets cost £10. There’s a fab­u­lous line-up for the sec­ond day of PennFest in Penn Street. The main stage will fea­ture the Happy Mon­days, Ra­zorlight, The Fratel­lis, The Hoosiers, Stereo MCs, Dread­zone and The Quotes. In the Old Skool Ware­house you can hear 808 State DJ Set, Grooverider, DJ Pres­sure, Run­niz and Yakka, Kryp­tonite, Youngie, MCM and Cave­man. And on the sec­ond stage there will be Johnny Bor­rell & Za­zou, The Echo Wolf Club, Ma­galie, Jus Chillin and The Leader. Visit www.pennfest.net for tick­ets. Karaoke duo The Karaoke Knights will be at The Dumb Bell, Shire Lane, Chal­font St Peter, from 8pm. The Goat, High Street, Berkham­sted, will host rock cov­ers three-piece Nev­er­mind from 9pm. The Moon­shine Gam­blers will be at Wether­spoons, Mar­lowes, Hemel Hemp­stead, for a lively af­ter­noon of mu­sic from 2.30pm. Phil Day plays The Belle Vue, Gor­don Road,

High Wy­combe, from 9pm. Red Rocket, a rock cov­ers four-piece, will be at O’Neill’s, Paul’s Row, High Wy­combe, from 9.30pm. Rock the night away with heavy rock band Rock Disco at The Oddfel­lows Arms, Lon­don Road, Ap­s­ley, from 9pm. Play­ing the likes of Oa­sis, Stereo­phon­ics, Red Hot Chilli Pep­pers and Kings of Leon, rock cov­ers band Scratch will be at The Uni­corn, Gal­lows Hill, Ab­bots Langley, from 9pm. McVicar will play The White Hart, High Street,

Hemel Hemp­stead, with mu­sic start­ing at 8.30pm. Pop solo artist Nickita will play The Rose & Crown, High Street, Hemel Hemp­stead, from 9pm. An evening of clas­sic Mo­town awaits at The Horns, Hemp­stead Road, Wat­ford, with eight-piece out­fit The Soul En­force­ment Bureau. Ra­zor­back will play The Prince Ge­orge, St Albans Road, North Wat­ford, from 9pm. Bea­tles trib­ute act The Dung Bea­tles, will be at The King & Queen, South Street, Wen­dover, from 9pm and, depend­ing on the weather, the mu­sic will be in the gar­den. The Dirty Dog band will be play­ing The Glenn Club, Vic­to­ria Road, North Wat­ford, from 9pm. En­joy the sounds of The Fan­tas­tic Elas­tic Band at Mol­loy’s, Vic­to­ria Road, North Wat­ford, with the mu­sic start­ing at 10.30pm. The J45s will be at The Dome Bar, St Albans Road, North Wat­ford, from 9pm. Five-piece out­fit The Nutty Bitch Band will be playig at The Misty Moon, Green Lane,

North­wood, from 9pm. Rhythm and Blues band The Blue­cast­ers will be at The Bee, Britwell Road, Burn­ham. Mu­sic starts at 9pm. Join King Loud and Edi­son Light­house at The Dash­wood Warms, Old Ox­ford Road,

Piddington, with mu­sic from 7pm. It’s 60s, 70s and 80s dico night at The Ge­orge Inn, High Street, Burn­ham, from 8pm. Soul funk seven piece Mixed Com­pany will be play­ing at The Gen­eral Eliott, St John’s Road,

Uxbridge, with mu­sic start­ing at 9.30pm. Swing along to Bricket Wood So­cial Club, Oak Av­enue, Bricket Wood, from 7.30pm and en­joy the sounds of jump jive/swing nine-piece band Kals Kats. Tick­ets £15. The Feel­good Band take rhythm and blues to The Royal Oak, Spar­rows Herne, Bushey, from 9pm. Stoke Man­dev­ille fun day at Stoke Man­dev­ille Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in the town fea­tures mu­sic from the 50s, 60s and 70s from Re­flex­ions. DJ Dave Con­nell prom­ises club clas­sics with a mod­ern twist at Cham­pers Bar, Field End Road, East­cote, from 9pm. U Watt will play at The Three Steps, High Street, Cow­ley, from 9pm. Solo artist Nicky B can be found at The Swan, High Street, Iver, from 9pm. The New Foun­da­tions will take soul and Mo­town to The Foresters, Cox Green Lane,

Maiden­head, from 8.30pm. Ex­pres­sive Har­mony bring cov­ers from the 70s to the present day to the Rivet Sports and So­cial Club, Man­dev­ille Road, Ayles­bury. Non-mem­bers £3. Hear The Power of Soul at The Three Wishes, Pin­ner Road, North Har­row, from 9pm. Rock ‘n’ roll and blues duo The Miss­ing Men will play The Garibaldi, Al­bert Street, St

Albans, with mu­sic start­ing at 9pm. Steely Dan trib­ute band Stan­ley Dee will be at The Farm­ers Boy, Lon­don Road, St Albans, from 3pm. The Bi­ble Code Sun­days will play The Brook­house, King­shill Av­enue, Hayes, from 9pm. Join Deaf Shep­herd at The Robin Hood, Vic­to­ria Street, St Albans, from 9pm. Red Hot Chilli Pep­per trib­ute Red Not Re­ally Pep­pers will be play­ing from 9pm at The Horn, Vic­to­ria Street, St Albans. A whole af­ter­noon and evening of en­ter­tain­ment is on of­fer at The Pi­o­neer Club, Harpen­den Road, St Albans, from 4pm. Tick­ets for The Grand Sum­mer­Fest cost £8 and on of­fer is mu­sic from Bright Con­clu­sions, Sky Keep­ers, Galleons Reach, Such Strong Arts, PB, New Haven and Hide and Seek. Black Shot Rose will bring rock cov­ers to The Six Bells, Sta­tion Road, West Dray­ton, from 9pm. Amer­i­cana with The Skin & Blis­ter Band will be at The Henry VI, High Street, Eton, from 9pm. Heidi McCaf­frey will play Ye Olde Crowne, Uxbridge Road, Hayes, from 9pm. In­fin­ity will play The Vic­to­ria Club, Kings­bury Square, Hemel Hemp­stead, from 8.30pm. Non-mem­bers £2. Shaken Not Stirred will be at The Green Dragon, Water­side, Lon­don Col­ney, from 4pm. Dr Real­good will play The Pk­ough & Har­row, South­down Road, Harpen­den, from 9pm. Rock cov­ers band Leech will play at The Black Horse, Oldfield Lane North, Green­ford. The mu­sic starts at 9.30pm. Head to The Five Bells, Stan­well Road, Hor­ton, from 8.30pm with mu­sic from The Bite. Mod­ern cov­ers band The Cher­ries will be play­ing The Rail­way, Oldfield Lane North,

Green­ford. The mu­sic starts at 9pm. Earth­sign will be at The Three Wishes, High Street, Edg­ware, with mu­sic from 9pm.

Sun­day July 19

The North­side Jazz Band play at The Horns, Hemp­stead Road, Wat­ford, ev­ery Sun­day lunchtime from 12.30pm. Huggy Flares picks up the beat from 4.pm and Red Not re­ally Pa­pers is on stage from 8.30pm. En­joy some sounds and a drink at Live Mu­sic Sun­days at The Ge­orge Inn, High Street,

Burn­ham, ev­ery Sun­day from 3pm. It’s the fi­nal day of PennFest in Penn Street and here’s what’s on of­fer. On the Main Stage we have Union J, Peter An­dre, Only The Young, Re­becca Fer­gu­son and Jack Pack. The sec­ond stage will fea­ture Delora, Run­ning Guns, Caavliers, F Ella, Lit­tlew­ing, Dharma Sunset, Narn and Flash Fires. Tick­ets from www. pennfest.net. It’s Open Mic Night with The Cherry Valen­tines at The Game­keeper’s Lodge, Bellingdo Road,

Che­sham from 8.30pm and all are welcome. Burnz will play The Oddfel­lows Arms, Lon­don Road, Ap­s­ley, from 4.30pm. With Bowie tributes from the Ziggy Star­dust era, Phil Mur­ray’s Diamond Dogz will be at Olly’s Bar, The Mar­lowes, Hemel Hemp­stead. Mu­sic starts at 1pm. MiceWithGlasses play at The Black Boy, Old Wat­ford Road, Bricket Wood, from 4pm. De­nis Cook brings songs and lots of mu­si­cal in­stru­ments to Cham­pers Bar, Field End Road,

East­cote, from 9pm. Bad Bones will be play­ing at The Red Lion, Church Road, Studham, from 4pm. Join Billy Mac’s Sun­day Craic at The White Swan, Up­per Dag­nall Street, St Albans. The fun starts at 7pm. The Honeyslides bring their Neil Young trib­ute act to The Boot, Mar­ket Place, St Albans, from 7pm. Katie Plus Juan will play at The Farm­ers Boy, Lon­don Road, St Albans, from 9pm. Singer song­writer Ro­nan MacManus will play at The Wag­gon & Horses, Watling Street,

El­stree, with mu­sic start­ing at 4pm. Rock and blues four-piece The Up­per Cut will be play­ing at Ye Olde Ge­orge Inn, High Street,

Colnbrook, from 5pm. The Skin & Blis­ter Band will be play­ing at The Bel­gian Arms, Holy­port Street, Holy­port, from 7pm. Head to The Water­mead Inn, Lakeside,

Ayles­bury, for some rock from The Un­der­dogs from 5pm. Mouth on a Stick will be play­ing at The Bull, Bar­net Road, Lon­don Col­ney, from 4pm. Rock cov­ers band Leech will be play­ing from 6.30pm at The Queen’s Head, Church End, Sandridge.

Mon­day July 20

One of the most pro­lific fig­ures on the English folk scene, John Kirk­patrick is known as a lead­ing in­ter­preter of English folk mu­sic. He will be play­ing at Che­sham Folk Club, the Hwite Hill Cen­tre, White Hill, Che­sham, from 8.15pm. Tick­ets cost £10. Mur­phy James will be at Wind­sor Race­course, Maiden­head Road, Wind­sor, from 3pm. Jan’s North Lon­don Jam will take place at The three Wishes, High Street, Edg­ware, from 9pm. All are welcome.

Tues­day July 21

It’s Cougar Bob’s Open Mic Night at The Red Lion, Knotty Green, Bea­cons­field., and all are welcome. It’s Open Mic Night at The Oddfel­lows Arms, Lon­don Road, Ap­s­ley, from 9pm. Chris Lord and her Blues Ex­pe­ri­ence will be bring­ing the house down at The White Lion, Sop­well Lane, St Albans, from 9pm.

Wed­nes­day July 22

The Wed­nes­day Ses­sion wel­comes folk artists to The White Swan, Up­per Dag­nall Street, St

Albans, from 8.30pm. The Boot, Mar­ket Place, St Albans, will be host­ing its pop­u­lar Mid­week from 8.30pm. The Open Mic Night with Nick Stephen­son fea­tures Kathy X and Elie Reese. Katie Plus Juan will be at The Mer­maid, Hat­field Road, St Albans, with mu­sic from 8.30pm.

The Hoosiers, just one of the great acts play­ing at PennFest this week­end

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