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Music @ The Cellar

TUESDAY NIGHTS – 7.30pm till 10pm

Every Tuesday we have live music at The Cellar – the very best singers and
musicians from the South West. Jazz and Blues to Country and the standards.
All musical tastes are fully satisfied.

Book your table now for a great night, please call 01275 340340!!


Tuesday 15th January – Rob Kelly

Local singer and guitarist Rob Kelly, performing an eclectic mix of acoustic covers from a variety of artists


Tuesday 22nd January – JOHN PRESCOTT VOCALIST

Swing sensation John P is fast gaining a reputation as one of the most exciting versatile jazz singers to emerge in the south west in recent years. His smooth vocals encompass a wide repertoire from the great American songbook, with influences from artists such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole and, more recently, Michael Bublé and Robbie Williams. He can also perform classic favourites from 60s, 70s & 80s and Musical Theatre songs and sings as part of ‘The All Seasons’ – A tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.


Tuesday 29th January – Station 2 Station Duo

‘Station 2 Station’ are a guitar/vocal duo covering acoustic versions of artist from the 60’s to the present

day such as The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The kinks, The Who, Van Morrison, Simon & Garfunkel, The

Eagles, Bob Marley, Bryan Adams, REM, Tracy Chapman, David Bowie, Stereophonics, Ed Sheeran, Kings of

Leon, The Killers, Snow Patrol…and many, many more.


Tuesday 5th February – Pianoman Mark

Mark Feven performs solo rock piano / vocal gigs in the Bristol, Somerset and South Devon area.
Heavily influenced by the likes of Elton John, Billy Joel, Bruce Hornsby and Joe Jackson, Mark performs his own rock piano arrangements of classic pop and rock songs from the last 50 years. This includes his own interpretations of songs by bands such as The Clash, The Jam, ELO, The Kaiser Chiefs, The Boomtown Rats and Razorlight as well as classics by his favourite singer / songwriters of our generation.


Tuesday 12th February – Steve & George

Steve and George will take you through a magical mystery tour of Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Soul and Country Rock on guitar. Their arrangements of well-known covers and entertainingly obscure melodies are delivered with rich harmony-vocals.


Tuesday 19th February – The Fab Twins

The Fab Twins acoustic duo Stace and Jon deliver the full range of the Beatles incredible back catalogue, from Please Please Me to Abbey Road, in their own close vocal harmony style.

A recent gig review said “These guys’ love of the music of the Fab Four comes through in every note of their foot-tapping hip-swaying sashay through Beatlemania”. Promises to be a fab night!


Tuesday 26th February – Sax in the City

Local musicians John Mills and Louise Harris got together and launched Sax in the City last summer. The sax duo play an eclectic mix of cool jazz, ballads and Latin tunes to professional backing tracks.

With Louise’s vocals and John doubling on flute, the duo is building a reputation for quality that suits many musical tastes.

Video coming soon!


In another life when I toured around the US I was always amazed at the talent that performed in local bars and restaurants, sometimes to only a handful of people. Some of them, the performers that is, went on to become famous, think of Otis Redding and Little Richard from Macon Georgia Jamesetta Hawkins (Etta James) born to a 14 year old black prostitute in Los Angeles before going to live with her grandmother in San Francisco, a really suspicious start that.

The list is endless, but they all had to start somewhere. Since we at The Cellar started our music nights on a Tuesday over 2 years ago, I am thrilled by some of the local artists who appear. No they don’t come on stage with smoke machines and a 10 piece orchestra, they carry their own equipment and PA, even our very own 8 stone Alice who sings soul with such emotion that it belies her age and is backed by her boyfriend Harrisen on guitar.

Louise and John who are Sax in the City sing and play with an intensity and feeling that I feel privileged to hear. These and others are local artists with so much talent that they deserve a much larger audience and maybe one evening a modern day Ahmet Ertegun or Herb Abramson who together founded Atlantic Records in 1947 will visit The Cellar. In the meantime enjoy them while you can…..