Popular South Cheshire family band Beardsmith return to the Railway Hotel in Nantwich tomorrow (Thursday).
The five-piece, comprising brothers Graham, Gary, Ged and Gill and sister Alice, have built up a sterling reputation throughout the UK since they decided to form more than 10 years ago.
Father Neil was the head of the band until he stepped aside in 2011.
The family, who live in Poole just outside Nantwich, have been gigging extensively throughout the country but still give many performances locally for their faithful army of fans under the name simply constructed from their double-barrel surname Beard-Smith.
Such is their ability to play together and complement each other as a family that they were declared the winners of GMTV’s Number One Family competition in 2009.
The band performs mainly pop and rock classics while throwing in a smattering of their own material.
If you miss them at the Railway, there’s another chance to catch them at the Shavington Club on Friday.
Meanwhile, Rolling Stones tribute Tumblin Dice shake things up when they return to the Railway on Friday.
They have a frontman who both looks and sounds like Jagger, and who accurately replicates tracks such as (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, Paint It Black and Brown Sugar.
Landlord Nigel Humphries said: “This band is a must-see for all Stones fans – enjoy rolling and tumbling!”
Finally on Saturday it’s the turn of The Relix.
They’ve got a wide range of 60s and 70s covers and have built up a solid reputation on the South Cheshire circuit.
All gigs are free entry. For further information telephone the pub on 01270 623482 or visit www.railway-hotel.org.