Sound Advice: Tasteful and tuneful

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Sound Advice: Tasteful and tuneful Sound Advice: Tasteful and tuneful

THE tasteful and tuneful Scottish trio Lord Rochester headlines the Birkbeck Tavern in Leytonstone this Saturday night (March 10).

Known for their traditional-style rock 'n' roll, these guys have played across Europe to much acclaim.

Support comes from rock 'n' roller Little Lost Lou.

The gig, organised by promoters What's Cookin, starts around 8.30pm.

Hackney blues act The Dublo plays the pub on Wednesday (March 14).

Also providing some tunes is folk-blues-country singer-songwriter Mr Plow.

It's also at 8.30pm. Entry is free to the venue, in Langthorne Road, but donations for the acts are welcome.

Punk rock band Everafter play the Artisan Music Venue in Hall Lane, Chingford, on Saturday (March 10).

Support acts at the indie rock night, organised by Standard Music Promotions, include Phantom Fish, W.I.T and 2+2+1.

Admission is £6, or £5 with a band flyer. Doors open at 8pm.

The Battered Saucepan Band host a blues jam night at Walthamstow Cricket Club on Monday (March 12).

Doors open around 8pm and it's free.

Then on Wednesday (March 14) the Andy Button Quartet perform at the venue, in Greenway Avenue, courtesy of E17 Jazz.

Entry to the gig costs £5 and it starts at 8pm.

North Essex band Crownstreet headline a show at Loughton Folk Club in aid of blind charity RNIB on Thursday (March 8).

This versatile act perform a mixture of tunes old and new on 12 different instruments.

Entry is £3 and it begins at 8pm. The gig is at the Loughton Club building in Station Road.

Waltham Abbey Folk Club have a singaround jam night on Monday (March 12) at the Royal British Legion HQ in Brooker Road. Entry is £1.50p and doors are at 8.30pm.

“Pillars of modern British folk” Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman pop into Walthamstow Folk Club at Ye Olde Rose and Crown on Sunday (March 11).

It comes after a eight year hiatus from the music world but the band's expressive folk is no less powerful for it.

Entry is £6 or £5 for concessions. Doors to the show, at the pub in Hoe Street, open at 7.30pm.

Got a gig? Email dbinns@london.newsquest.co.uk

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