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The Askew Sisters
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 29th Sep 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £13/£11 concessions

From dark ballads to uplifting dance tunes, sisters Emily and Hazel Askew play with driving energy and the unity of two people who have played together all their lives.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Bucks Voices
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Sat 30th Sep 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £12.50/£10.50 concessions

This male voice choir’s repertoire ranges from classical and musical shows to popular songs and traditional spirituals. Proceeds from this show will be donated to Macmillan Nurses.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Date: Sat 30th Sep 2017
Time: 8:45 pm

Making a welcome return to the Club are local band “Streetlife” & they are Aylesbury’s premier covers band with songs from a playlist that includes “Amy Winehouse, Dire Straits, James Brown, Duffy, Bryan Adams, Phil Collins, Madonna” & many, many more to keep the dance floor “A Movin’ & A Groovin’”. Members entry is Free with Guest tickets (for this night) priced at £5 per head & can be purchased for the Lounge Bar.
Website: http://www.rivetsportsandsocialclub.co.uk
Krissy Matthews Band
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 20th Oct 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £10 advance/£12 on the door

24 year-old Krissy Matthews goes from strength to strength with his live performances, song-writing and reputation as one of the most promising and unique guitarists on the circuit.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Oye Santana
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Sat 21st Oct 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £13.00

You’ll love Oye Santana… awesome guitar from Milan ‘Carlos’ Webb, as passionate and exciting as Santana himself, plus the band’s infectious good-time feel – every track a fiesta, every performance a show.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Chris Cleverley
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 27th Oct 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £13.00/Concessions £11.00

Award winning singer/songwriter Chris Cleverley is renowned for his ability to draw audiences to the edge of their seats with hauntingly-delivered tales of ghost women, lonesome clock towers, lovelorn mariners and hospital beds.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
The White Tips
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Sat 28th Oct 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £7.50

Mr Paul Adams presents Gig Night at the Limelight with headliners The White Tips, who’ll be bringing us a dose of alternative rock. Support acts TBC.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
John Illsley and new band
Venue: The Stables Stockwell Lane Wavendon Milton Keynes MK17 8LU
Date: Tue 31st Oct 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £21.50 + booking fee

When you’ve been a member of one of the biggest bands in the world it might be thought reasonable to retire to the country, dip in the pool, smash a few holes in one and admire the fleet of classic cars you have doubtless acquired.

But John Illsley is no such slouch. Though he’s an accomplished artist, he’s first and foremost a musician, it runs through and through, so it’s no surprise to find him out and about with a brand new band.

True, John was in one of the biggest bands ever to enjoy stratospheric success. As a founder member of Dire Straits he had a remarkable musical journey - along with Mark Knopfler he was there for the whole ride.

To say Dire Straits were successful is a bit like saying zebras are rather stripey. They sold over 120 million albums, picked up a few Grammies on the way, a clutch of Brit Awards, a couple of MTV music video accolades and an Ivor Novello award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. Their 1985 album Brothers In Arms was the first to sell over a million copies in CD format and the band spent a staggering 1,100+ weeks on the UK album charts.

In short, Dire Straits’ reach was massive and their sound instantly recognisable due, in no small part, to John’s distinctive bass riffs and general musical input.

When the band finally disbanded in 1995 solo careers were on the cards - John took time out then went back into the studio.

Now, two decades later and with six solo albums under his belt, John hits the road with a brand new band. Excitingly it features some of the best players in the business.

John Illsley’s first tour in over four years, and the first with this line-up, the new shows avow full-on musical nights of the highest calibre.

Showcasing John’s 2016 album, “Long Shadows”, the band promise to draw on many of the much loved Dire Straits’ hits - Sultans of Swing, Money for Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, Brothers in Arms – as well as the gamut of solo material.

As the man himself says “The new songs fit very comfortably next to the Dire Straits’ classics. We keep the essential feel of those songs but this isn’t a tribute act, I think we bring them alive in a new and fresh way. We certainly love playing them and people seem to enjoy listening so it’s great fun all round.”

“This is the most exciting new line-up I’ve been in and I’m loving every minute of it, Robbie McIntosh and Paul Stacey are two quite exceptional guitar players.”

Indeed, all the band have a stirling pedigree. While Robbie McIntosh (The Pretenders, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones) and Paul Stacey (Oasis, The Black Crowes, High Flying Birds) cut fine figures on the guitar the other three members stake their claim too.

Steve Smith takes on keyboards (Robert Plant, Pete Townsend, Steve Harley), Stuart Ross presides over drums (Mark Owen, Nik Kershaw, Chesney Hawkes), and Jess Greenfield ably provides backing vocals (Rod Stewart, Take That, Noel Gallagher).

Given the talent involved, to say that the Autumn dates should prove a harvest of delights would clearly be leaving the lily ungilded. With songs from the present, the past and even some from the band, the evening will be awash with good music.

A hugely enjoyable night – on every level.
Website: https://stables.org/event/john-illsley-band#event-handling-fee-text
Date: Thu 2nd Nov 2017
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: £16.00

Champian Fulton Trio - For one night only @ St, Marys Jazz Club, Aylesbury..

One of a very select number of UK tour dates, Champian Fulton appears in concert @ St, Marys Church, for one night only. 2nd November 2017, to coincide with bookings at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club and The Cork International JazzFestival

Recognized as a Real Jazz Star by the Downbeat Magazine Critic’s Poll, Champian’s “galvanizing presence” (the New Yorker) and her alluring musical presentation have made her “a charming young steward of the mainstream Jazztradition.” (The New York Times).

Date:Thursday 2nd November 2017 /Doors open 7.30pm/ gig starts 8.15pm/Licensed Bar & Snacks..

Tickets ON SALE NOW! AND THEY ARE GOING FAST!!priced at £16 and restricted to 6 per purchase.
St Marys Church, St Marys Square, Aylesbury, Bucks HP20 2JJ
Tickets on sale now @ £16 under 18s £6
Ticket Sales contact Kim 01296 437641 or Frank 07518306552

Aylesbury Music Shop Address: 3 Temple St, Aylesbury HP20 2RN Phone: 01296 392225 9:15am–5:15pm
Also Available from St. Marys -Mon Friday between 10am /3pm tel:01296437 641
Contact me directly either by email or phone: jazzyfw@googlemail.com / Tel:07518306552 Info:www.greensandjazz.org.uk/Facebook jazzupfrontbucks

We look forward to seeing you for what will be a very special event!
Website: http://www.greensandjazz.org.uk
The Boodlum Band
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 3rd Nov 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £10.00/£8.00 concessions

Art-rockers The Boodlum Band return to the Limelight Theatre with their unique mix of offbeat songs and comedy, and an enviable playlist that includes rock classics, old-time songs, pastiches and pop parodies.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
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