Music Tent

Lydbrook Ukulele Band

Lydbrook Ukeleli's
Lydbrook Ukulele Band (LUB) members hail from all corners of the country, but now reside in Lydbrook.  They play an eclectic mix of covers and home spun songs, all designed to get you smiling and your foot tapping. Until three years ago, none of the band had even picked up a ukulele and now they are spreading the love of the jumping flea wherever they find an audience. The LUB welcome anyone with even a passing interest in playing or singing to their Open Uke nights every first Wednesday of the month at the Anchor, Lydbrook. Whether you are an experienced musician, or have never played an instrument before, come and find out why the ukulele is “plucking awesome”!

The Dixons of Dock Green

Dixons
Acoustic / Americana from ” The Dixons of Dock Green” – is this the oldest Boy Band in the Forest of Dean?

The Wimberry Clog

thThe group are traditional Step Clog Dancers based in the Forest of Dean. They continue to collect and perform dances from around the country, and develop the local tradition of what the Forest of Dean miners called ‘step dancing’.

Devon

DevonAn indie singer song writer with some old influences such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and some modern artists such as Saint Raymond. Devon performs alone and with a three piece backing band. Definitely one to be checking out.

The Rumble
RumbleThe Rumble are a three piece Rock ‘N’ Roll band from the Forest of Dean. They take their influences from the likes of Eddie Cochran, Little Richard and Chuck Berry to name a few and modernise it with a highly energetic rockin’ feel.

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