Blues legend Kent Duchaine comes to South Molton.

Joseph Bulmer

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27

? THE TAVERN, BARNSTAPLE: Karaoke.

? COACH & HORSES, APPLEDORE: Folk jam. 8pm.

? PORTOBELLO INN, BIDEFORD: Sing Zone Karaoke.

? 3 PIGEONS, BISHOPS TAWTON: Open acoustic.

THURSDAY

? QUIGLEY’S, BIDEFORD: Sod ’em & Sing Karaoke.

? PORTOBELLO INN, BIDEFORD: Open Mic with Paul Lewis.

? THE JOINERS ARMS, BIDEFORD: Bideford Folk Club. From 8pm.

? THE ROYAL GEORGE, APPLEDORE: Tony Finney (of Firewater) & Steve Ruffe (of the Dambuskers) entertain from 8.30pm.

? @ONEFYFIVE, ILFRACOMBE: Well attended weekly Open Mic, 8.30pm.

? THE PIER TAVERN, ILFRACOMBE: Open Mic.

? COOK ISLAND, MULLACOTT: Open Mike Night with The Average Blues Band, from 8pm.

? THE KINGS ARMS, GEORGEHAM: Live music with The Idle Worriers.

? RED BARN, WOOLACOMBE: Original indie band Jessica Rabbit get ready to hop about a bit.

? BOSTON TEA PARTY, BARNSTAPLE: Barnstaple Comedy Club welcomes MC Sarah Hendrickx plus Clint Edwards & Simon Fox. 8.30pm. Info/tickets from barnstaplecomedyclub@hotmail.co.uk.

FRIDAY

? THE JOINERS ARMS, BIDEFORD: Planit X Karaoke.

? PORTOBELLO INN, BIDEFORD: Sing Zone Karaoke.

? First In, Last Out, BidEFORD: Karaoke 8pm.

? THE PALLADIUM CLUB, BIDEFORD: Not the Royal Wedding Party, with samba band, DJs and plenty of entertainment.

? THE SEAGATE HOTEL, APPLEDORE: Ian Hudson & Friends get together for music.

? CREALOCK ARMS, LITTLEHAM: The AC Cobras (Chris Stuckey and friends) very live from 9pm.

? THE MARINERS ARMS, BRAUNTON: Popular band Wasteland returns to the venue, starting at 9.30pm.

? THE WHITE LION, BRAUNTON: A Right Royal Bash with barbecue and live music. The JAKS (TWL’s favourite musicians Jason Pratt, Amy Newton, Kate Kerslake and Simon Murfet) will be playing from 8pm approx.

? The THATCHED INN, ABBOTSHAM: iFunk, they of Maybe Naked and Jax, from 8pm. Admission free.

? THE CLINTON ARMS, FRITHELSTOCK: The Clinton’s Easter Beer and Music Festival runs into its second weekend, with Steve “Dambusker” Ruffe and friends providing Friday’s music.

? THE BUNCH OF GRAPES, ILFRACOMBE: Indie band The Padawans playing at the venue for a royal wedding bash from 8.30pm + support from young rock band Rated PG debuting their own material. Patriotic fancy dress is a must!

? CAVALIER INN, TORRINGTON: Rock covers with Ten Feet Tall from 9pm.

? LANDMARK, ILFRACOMBE: Join the Landmark Beer Festival, with 40+ real ales & ciders and plenty of live music. Starts tonight 9pm with Vanity followed by Maple Canyon.

? THE DEVIL’S STONE, SHEBBEAR: No fear of “Old Nick” when Sod ‘em & Sing Karaoke is around! Shout at the devil from 8.30pm until late.

SATURDAY

? THE JOINERS ARMS, BIDEFORD: Jim Crawford, one of North Devon’s favourite blues musicians, is back at the Joiners.

? THE PALLADIUM CLUB, BIDEFORD: The Peter Bruntnell Band. A local singer songwriter who needs little introduction.

? THE ANCHOR INN, BIDEFORD: Planit X Karaoke.

? THE Seagate Hotel, Appledore: The music of North Devon singer songwriter Sam Dowden continues to win new fans and you can see why at the Seagate this Saturday.

? THE GOLDEN LION, NORTHAM: Karaoke with Keith and Maggie.

? FIRST IN, LAST OUT, BIDEFORD: Karaoke from 8pm!

? Portobello INN, BidEFORD: The Roadhouse Band are back in town with rhythm ‘n’ blues aplenty from 9pm.

? THE Clinton Arms, Frithelstock: The duo Stompbox (aka Archie and Ritchie) are reforming for one night only to play the Clinton’s Beer & Music Festival. From 9pm with rhythm & blues, country, soul and anything else they can remember!

? LOVACOTT VILLAGE HALL: Join The Honeytones for a charity gig from 7.30pm. All welcome and tickets at door or from (01271) 858404.

? THE PIER, ILFRACOMBE: Rock and indie band Wasteland in ‘combe this Saturday from 9.30pm.

? Reform Inn, Pilton: Sneaky Pete’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Club. 8-11.30pm for all fans of every strand of 50s rock.

? GEORGE HOTEL, SOUTH MOLTON: American blues legend Kent DuChaine is in town and if you like your blues in the style of Johnson, Muddy Waters, Lightnin’ Hopkins, T-Bone Walker et al, this is the place to be. Don’t miss this chance to catch Kent and his “singin’ partner,” steel guitar Leadbessie. From 8.30pm. Ticket info (01769) 572514.

? OLD BUS STATION, BARNSTAPLE: Electronica, instrumental and great vocals from Baqua.

? PLOUGH ARTS CENTRE, TORRINGTON: The Vocal Ensemble of Africa. Passionate harmonies, rich melodies and vocal textures fused together by the six singers. 8pm. Tickets from (01805) 624624.

? LANDMARK, ILFRACOMBE: Landmark Beer Festival. 2pm Digital Natives; 4.30pm The Beacons; 6pm Alms; 9pm The Emperials. Info www.northdevontheatres.org.uk.

SUNDAY

? THE HEAVITREE ARMS, BIDEFORD: Sod ’em & Sing Karaoke.

? THE JOINERS ARMS, BIDEFORD: Baz Bix & Friends, folks, blues and jamming fun from 3-6pm.

? THE CLINTON ARMS, FRITHELSTOCK: Jam session, 8pm.

? COACH & HORSES, APPLEDORE: Karaoke & disco.

? WHITE LION, BRAUNTON: Amy Newton’s Open Mic. Join singer songwriter Amy for a night of jamming and music from 8pm.

? THATCHED BARN, CROYDE: Open mic.

? THE OLD BARN, BICKINGTON: Indie rockers Wasteland back in action. 9.30pm start.

? KINGSLEY INN, NORTHAM: Reggae carnival fun with Zamba from 9pm.

? LANDMARK, ILFRACOMBE: Landmark Beer Festival. 2pm Moon Saloon; 3pm No Time This Time; 4pm Vicki Ratcliff; 5pm Sign Out; 6pm Jackhatch; 9pm Wille & The Bandits. Info www.northdevontheatres.org.uk.

MONDAY

? THE SEAGATE HOTEL, APPLEDORE: Acoustic jam with local favourite Ian Hudson.

? KELLY’S BAR, BARNSTAPLE: Sod ‘em & Sing.

? REFORM INN, PILTON: Open Mic Night from 9pm.

? THE WREY ARMS, BARNSTAPLE: Ten Feet Tall are growing in reputation - join them at the venue on Monday night from 9pm.

? LANDMARK, ILFRACOMBE: Landmark Beer Festival. 2pm Jenna & Amy Newton; 4.30pm The Sam Brookes Quartet; 8pm Zamba. Info www.northdevontheatres.org.uk.

TUESDAY

? OWL CAFE, BARNSTAPLE: Mike Rigby, classical guitar, 12 noon.

? CASTLE INN, LANDKEY: Join local singer songwriter Brendan Taylor for Open Mic.

? THE CYDER PRESSE, WEARE GIFFARD: Busy Dambusker Steve Ruffe hosts an acoustic night at the venue every week from 8.30pm.

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