Here’s what’s happening in Bilston
It’s a bit different, if nothing else.
They may not all be household names but there’s some quality this week.
Bruce Cockburn, Macca Band, Dirty DC and the Modfathers to look forward to
Booker T Jones was at the Robin on Bank Holiday Monday. Dave Woodhall was watching.
Some legendary names and some who might be one day.
‘Eclectic’ doesn’t begin to cover it.
There’s the usual mix of something for everyone in Bilston over the next seven days.
There’s a Bank Holiday treat for soul fans at the Robin 2
Old, new, borrowed and blues.
The usual mix of old legends and upcoming newcomers.
A couple of legendary names from very different fields amongst others.
It’s not just Aston that’s (apparently) welcoming a Norwegian.
Young talent, old talent and something in between.
Prog rock, blues and an interesting festival
This week’s attractions at the Bilston venue
And this week we’re gonna party like it’s, er, some time in the 1980s.
Old, new, borrowers and blues
‘Tried and tested’ is the phrase to use.
Blues, Beefheart and things that don’t begin with ‘B’.
Some interesting new arrivals is part of the answer.
Andy Wainwright witnesses a night of nostalgic psychedelia.
A drum solo will take up most of it!
Dave Woodhall watches an extraordinary talent.
What’s on in Bilston.
Upcoming what’s ons.
There’s the usual varied line-up this week.
Dave Woodhall watches the return of Half Man Half Biscuit to Bilston.
Something blue, something new and something that defies description.
Tributes, fund-raising and a couple of chances to be a star.