Two nights of varied music in Leighton Buzzard

The Zeroes
The Zeroes

Expect to hear Latino punk and classic rock covers this weekend with two nights of live music at The Wheatsheaf in Leighton Buzzard.

Friday night sees the lively Milton Keynes based three piece Latino punk band The Zeroes returning to the venue.

The Zeroes are now in their 11th year and play a mix of around 60 per cent covers and some brilliant self-penned numbers such as Catalina, MK Girls, Angelina, The Adventures of Lola Montez, All I Want is to be a Ramone and This Town is Full of Rats.

There will also be a few off-piste covers to sing along to as well as plenty to keep your dancing feet moving should you wish.

On Saturday Sweet Revenge return to provide a classic rock night with covers from great bands like Guns n Roses, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and Metallica.

This rock covers band from Cambridgeshire was first conceived in 1991 as Phalanx and the name changed to Sweet Revenge in the following year. After four years the band folded, but then in October 2006 they re-formed after a hiatus of 12 years.

These guys are not shy and can often be found playing at rock venues, biker festivals and have even played at the Isle of Man TT. They were certainly awesome on their previous visit.

Entry is free on both nights and the music starts at around 9.30pm.