This week at the Robin 2

Soul, blues, rock – whatever you fancy the Robin can provide for you this week.

Kicking off on Monday is the blues rock singer/guitarist Popa Chubby. Influenced by the blues rockers of the sixties and described as a cross between the Stooges, Hendrix and Robert Johnson to name just a few, Chubby also worked with seminal New York punk Richard Hell in his early days. Now with a recording career dating back over twnty-five years behind him, a European tour is promoting his new album It’s a Mighty Hard Road.

Tickets £18

Then on Tuesday there’s a return for a legendary hellraising rock veteran of the old school. Pete Way first came to fame as bassist for UFO during their glory days. he then moved on to Fastway and Waysted as well as touring with Ozzy Osbourne. Now leading his own band once again after a prolonged period of ill-health, a mix of old favourites and new material awaits enthusiastic audiences.

Tickets £16

Sunday sees another new arrival to the Robin in the form of the Dave Foster Band. With a distinct prog and folk influence, the band have become a favorite on the Uk live circuit and have also released several highly-regarded studio albums, including their latest, Nocebo.

Tickets £16

There’s also a full line-up of tribute acts during the week, including Leonard Cohen, Foo Fighters, Deep Purple and U2. For full details and tickets click here