Corn Market Blues returns on Saturday with a set by Belfast blues rocker Simon McBride.
The guitarist’s most recent album Crossing The Line was released in 2012 and was lauded by Classic Rock Magazine.
His single Don’t Be A Fool has notched-up more than one million plays on Spotify.
McBride has previously supported the likes of Joe Satriani and Jeff Beck and toured with Deep Purple’s Don Airey.
He headlines Cornmarket Blues at The Raven Hall in Rockingham Road, Corby on Saturday, November 28.
Support is by The Mentulls. Doors open at 7.30, tickets cost £13 in advance or £15 on the door.
Following McBride’s show, Corn Market Blues will return in February with a headline set by Danny Bryant.
Bryant is due to release his new album Bloody Money in January. The LP features guests Walter Trout and Whitesnake legend Bernie Marsden. For more visit www.cornmarketblues.co.uk or call 07758886430