Led Zeppelin tribute among bands at Leighton Buzzard pub

A foursome of top bands will be playing at The Wheatsheaf in Leighton Buzzard over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Friday, 20th May 2016, 3:26 pm
Updated Friday, 20th May 2016, 4:30 pm
Under Cover performing at the Wheatsheaf

On Friday night Led Zepplin tribute band Get Zepplin play at The Wheatsheaf. A must for all fans of the super group who want a Whole Lotta Love because you can be assured The Song Remains the Same.

Saturday sees the return of the monthly Juicebox Live night with two bands on stage.

Big Evil Grin played as support for Eastfield on their last visit to the Wheatie.

The band, inspired by a concoction of 80’s bands play groove based post punk music. They are made up of Alex, Darren, Max and Lewis, have built a tidy friendship making sweet music with whatever instrument is to hand.

Last year their self-titled EP Big Evil Grin was released and attained regional and BBC radio plays.

Callow Saints are a four piece band from Aylesbury who have recently been asked to play at the Camden Rocks festival.

Playing Indie, rock and alternative music, band members are Ruby Lewis on lead vocals, Seb James on guitar and vocals, Oran Green on bass and Alex Chadwick on drums. Recent new material includes Music and the Love and So Tired.

On Bank Holiday Monday there’s a bit of Under Cover going on at The Wheatsheaf with some soul, funk and R&B coming from some of Leighton Buzzard’s local guitar heroes.

Les Perry is the front man who will turn out his usual brilliant hi-octane vocals and at the back another familiar face in the form of Ed Featherstone on the drums.

They will be playing everything from never before heard mash-ups to Bruno Mars, Beyonce, Blues Brothers, Elvis Presley, Jackson 5 and the Foo Fighters.

A busy afternoon is expected with these popular locals playing and a hog roast to keep the audience fed as well!

On Friday and Saturday music starts at about 9.30pm and on the Bank Holiday Monday at 3.00pm and entry is free.