There’s a host of music events coming up at the Kenton in September, with something for everyone.
Tomorrow Friday 9 September, Five Star Swing present the Greatest Songs From The Movies. The band have played for Pinewood Film Studios, Michael Caine, and the Film & Television Veterans Association.
On the 10 September, the Beach Boyz give a career encompassing trawl through the catalogue of The Beach Boys. Expect feel good songs, perfect harmonies, a few loud shirts and quite a lot of surfing mentions.
Back To Black celebrates the music of Amy Winehouse on 16 September. This show has enjoyed sell out runs in Edinburgh, Brighton and Adelaide. Featuring the incredible talents of Reine Beau Anderson Dudley, this is more than just a celebration of Amy’s songs and talent, it’s a “showumentary”.
Original local music takes to the stage on 17 September with an eclectic mix of music and bands for Ghostlights Presents. Bedd bring perfect, woozy indie pop, Dogmilk take 80s pop, update it and force it into new and exciting shapes, and Ghosts In The Photographs post-rock instrumentals will exhilarate all who see them.
Jazz at the Kenton returns on the 21 September with Rob Luft and Dave O’Higgins, they’ll be taking on the songs of Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane. This is a show not to be missed if you’re a fan of Jazz.
For those who like their Prog, Crazy Diamond bring their tribute to Pink Floyd to Henley. With an 8 piece band, they make sure that the full scope of Pink Floyd is painstakingly recreated. With over 2 hours of classic music.
And for those who like things a little less serious, Probably The Best Comedy Songs In The World Ever, Maybe will be wrapping up a great month of music at the Kenton on 29 September. Pat Abernethy and Dave Marsden, armed with only a piano and a little bit of talent take on the songs of such legends as The Pythons, The Goons, George Formby and Bernard Cribbins.
For full details of all the shows and to book go to https://kentontheatre.co.uk/