the GIG GUIDE

Lauren Faye Moss
Lauren Faye Moss

Thursday, October 13

Makin’ Tracks kick off the beer fest at the Old Poets’ Corner, Ashover.

The Concannon Brothers play Matlock Bath’s Fishpond.

Firecracker/Vida hit the White Swan, Dronfield.

Rockin’ On Heaven’s Door pay tribute to Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochrane and Jerry Lee Lewis at Chesterfield’s Winding Wheel.

The Antique Six do the Unwin Club, Sutton.

The Pitz bring their comprehensive collection of bum notes to The Spanker, Nether Heage.

Geoff Achison plays the blues night at Millers. Kirkby.

Lucida Scroll, The2s, Rumblebird, Beware Wolf and Ian Whitehead hit West Street Live, Sheff.

Cactus Room do Chandlers, Chezzy in aid of the Root and Branch mental health charity.

Friday, October 14

The Watchsnatchers bring authentic Irish music,and “the craic” to The Grouse, Brampton.

Please Y’Self provide the soundtrack to the beer fest at the Old Poets’ Corner, Ashover.

Firecracker/Vida play Brampton Manor, Chesterfield.

The Buddies get friendly with the Butcher’s Arms, Brimington.

The Gilad Atzmon Quartet play the Millennium Hall, Ecclesall Road, Sheffield.

Miles Kane, former Rascals frontman, does Sheffield’s Leadmill.

The Nimmo Brothers bring their pile-drivin’ blues to Derby’s Flowerpot.

Eight-piece band Maetloaf pay tribute to the larger-than-life singer at The Diamond, Sutton.

The Zedz head over to Chesters, Whitt Moor.

The Coo-Coo Bird Old Time String band are at Chesterfield’s Vie Lounge.

Domino fall on Chesterfield’s County.

Lauren Faye Moss sings at the St Helen’s pub, Stonegravels, Chesterfield

Saturday, October 15

North Sea International play the continuing beer fest at Ashover’s Old Poets’ Corner.

The Sandmen bring blues, rock and rockabilly to the Poet & Castle, Codnor.

DFacto hit the Yew Tree, Coal Aston.

Jimbojovi are living on a prayer at Brimington Social Club.

Bad Penny roll up at the Midland Hotel, Ripley.

Rehab check into the Butcher’s Arms, Brim.

Artery and The Silent Age crank the amps at Sheffield’s Corporation.

Carnival roll up at the Dusty Miller, Barlborough.

Matic Mouth, Sour Cherry, Koncrete Micksta and Radio Fire turn on Sheffield’s Plug.

The Twang snap back at Sheffield’s Leadmill.

Chris Farlowe is at Derby’s Flowerpot.

Dressed to Kill pay tribute to Kiss at Sutton’s Diamond.

John Pickering plays the White Hart, Calow.

The Tinsel Band are at Holmewood Welfare

Aquablakk play a home-town show at Chesterfield’s Battery, with Jeromeo Jay Jay, Richie Morgan and Marilyn Henshaw.

Metropolis rock the Victoria Club, Whitt Moor.

The Jakks land at The County, Chesterfield.

The Pitz play the Royal Oak, Brampton.

Owen Gerrard entertains the Poet and Castle, Codnor.

Therapy treat Chesters, Whitt Moor to top tunes.

Mark and Rachel’s Karaoke comes to the St Helen’s, Stomegravels.

Sunday, October 16

Acoustic night rounds off the beer fest at the Old Poets’ Corner, Ashover.

Erin Lynas is at The Market, Chesterfield.

Lucas Primmer entertains at Brimington Social Club.

Enter Shikari rock the O2 Academy, Sheff.

Pop Will Eat Itself, return to the industrial rock fray at Sheffield’s Leadmill.

Creamful pay tribute to Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce at Sutton’s Diamond.

Charlie’s Karaoke hits Holmewood Welfare

Monty Scott hits the Victoria Club, Whitt Moor.

Owen Gerrard plays the St Helen’s, Stonegravels, from 3pm-6.30 followed by karaoke.

Monday, October 17

Wishbone Ash bring their legendary twin-guitar assault to Buxton’s Opera House.

Silent Screams, Release The Kraken, Minerva and Born Of Wolves rock out at The Corporation, Sheffield.

Ben Howard and Michael Cassidy play The Plug, Sheff.

It’s jam night at the County, Chezzy.

Tuesday, October 18

Complete Madness play tribute to the Nuttty Boys at Brimington Social Club.

Peter Thorneycroft, resident pianist, entertains the Market Place Restaurant, Cromford.

Al Needham’s Jazz Band swing into action at the Badger, Brockwell.

Elsie Costello pays tribute to the music of namesake Elvis at Sheffield’s City Hall.

Wednesday, October 19

Ralph McTell, folk legend, is at Buxton’s Opera House.

Stiff Little Fingers and The F***wits pogo across Sheffield’s Plug.

Polarsets play Sheffield’s Forum.

Woolley and Archer do the acoustic night at the Flowerpot, Derby.

The charity gig at Holmewood Welfare sees bands playing in aid of the teenage cancer unit at Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield, including Tom Booth, Blue Savanah, Mark Bolton, Carnival, Con cannon brothers and Abandon.

It’s live rock night at The Victoria, Whitt Moor, Chesterfield.