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Sound Advice: Mr Nash and his fabulous sax
Derek Nash plays his fabulous sax at the East Side Jazz Club on Tuesday (April 3).
The gig, hosted at the Lord Rookwood pub in Cann Hall Road, Leytonstone, is also due to feature John Etheridge on guitar, Pete Wittaker on the organ and resident drummer Clive Fenner.
Entry is £6 and doors open at 8.30pm.
Stomping banjo and harmonica guys Walsh and Pound are the guests of Walthamstow Folk Club on Sunday (April 1).
The hotly tipped duo play at the club's home at Ye Olde Rose and Crown pub in Hoe Street from 7.30pm.
Admission is £7, or £6 for concessions.
The Battered Saucepan Blues Band play and host a jam session at the venue on Monday (April 2).
It's from 8.30pm and is free.
Dubliner Rob Corcoran plays Loughton Folk Club on Thursday (March 29).
Entry is £3 and doors to the club, in Station Road, open at 8pm.
The Bean Experience perform at Waltham Abbey Folk Club on Monday (April 2).
Entry is £5 and doors to the venue, at the Royal British Legion building in Brooker Road, open at 8.30pm.
Garage-blues rock band Monkey Island headline the Birkbeck Tavern in Langthorne Road, Leytonstone, this Friday night (March 30).
Support comes from the “two-man-power-trio” Son of Buff.
Admission is free but donations for the acts welcome. It gets going around 8.30pm.
Surf-noir lounge rock act The Bikini Beach Band play the venue on Saturday (March 31) from 8.30pm, while slide guitarist Michael Messer and musical partner Ed Genis perform on Sunday April 1) from 6pm.
Country-rock singer Bob Collum and The Welfare Mothers take to the stage at the Birkbeck on Wednesday (April 4).
Americana man Cusack also plays some tunes from 8.30pm.
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