This week, live music comes from Billy Nielsen, a singer/songwriter and virtuoso guitarist with a somewhat 'Americana' style, a mixture of British/Irish folk, blues/rock, American blues/folk, bluegrass and country influences.
During his career he has shared stages with the likes of acoustic guitarists Jon Gomm and the late Isaac Guillory, and once jammed with Glenn Tilbrook during one of the Squeeze frontman's concerts.
This week we have Connor Lawlor, a 21 year old singer-songwriter from Scarborough.
His biggest influences are modern day artists such as Ed Sheeran, Ben Howard, James Bay and Paolo Nutini. He also takes inspiration when writing songs from artists like Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers and Gary Lightbody.
This week, The Jelly-Roll Jazz Band brings traditional 'trad' Jazz to Scarborough Spa.
They have a large repertoirecomprising a variety of classic standards, ranging from Oh When the Saints and Down By theRiverside to The Bare Necessities and Moon River. Their main influences include bands suchas The Temperance Seven, The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, and The New Vaudeville Band.
We welcome ‘The King of The Keyboards’, Scarborough Spa’s resident Organist Howard Beaumont with his trio Easy Street. Howard is joined by vocalist Roger Maughan and double bassist Bob Malinowski to play some of the finest standards old and new, chosen from the music of Tony Bennett, Matt Munro, Oscar Peterson, Stevie Wonder and many more.
Easy-on-the-ear, yet exciting arrangements with just a hint of jazz. These three musicians have come together after working worldwide on cruise ships, in concert halls and theatres, to play the kind of music that they really enjoy.
Relax with the wonderful backdrop of Scarborough’s South Bay whilst listening to some of the very best musical talent that the local area has to offer.
This week, live music comes from Annie & King, and acoustic duo playing a lively set of covers songs from the 60s to the present.
Let’s get rid of those Monday blues with delicious food, fantastic live music and a wonderful setting.
With a total of almost 100 years musical experience between them, Julie Edwards (vocals), ably supported by the hugely talented combination of Edward Barnwell (Yehudi Menuhin school, RNCM) on piano and Kevin Dearden (RNCM) on electric bass (you might even be treated to the 7-string bass) will be playing their eclectic jazz mix drawn from swing and groove standards, Brazilian bossa novas, French chansons.
Ben Parcell is an English singer songwriter, born and residing in Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire. He combines songs from the 60s to present day with his self penned material.
Since going solo in 2010 he has played over 400 shows around the UK supporting several established acts including Chris Helme, Alice Gold and Ben Marwood including appearing on BBC Introducing and having a music video placed on rotation on UK Digital TV.