Family friendly Live Music in Wisbech Cambridgeshire on Sunday afternoons.
Best live music in the area
The Elme Hall Hotel Sunday Rock and Blues started in 2003 and is much valued by both performers and patrons alike. Families are welcome with free admission for accompanied under 14's and although predominately Rock and Blues live music the Elme also embraces Soul, Acoustic, Reggae, Originals and more. Doors open at 3.30pm and the band normally starts at around 4.15pm, performing two sets with a short break in between. Finishing at around 6.30pm.

Friendly crowd, good atmosphere, great music and a light complimentary buffet are all part of the Sunday afternoon sessions. New beers for 2015 include San Miguel, Thatchers Gold and Oyster Stout draught.

Admission is generally £3.00
Free admission for hotel residents, Sunday lunch diners and accompanied under 14s.

Bands wishing to perform at the Sunday Rock & Blues Club should e-mail Michael at with detailed information and any queries. Please use this email address to contact me as the hotel does not do the booking.

October 2nd

Deep Blue Sea
- formerly Little Devils

Deep Blue SEa live at the Elme on october 2nd
"Deep Blue Sea - a tidal wave of blues rock"
July 2016, Jerry Da Costa, Robmont Management & Promotions

Muzz  - vocals.  Muzz has packed a whole lot of music into her 24 years.  She represented Ireland in the World Championships of Performing Arts in Los Angeles & achieved a 1st class honours degree in Popular Music Performance. Muzz has performed alongside well known bands, Toots & the Maytals and The Skatalites. Now she's joined Deep Blue Sea and brings phenomenal vocal abilities - range and skill with passion and soul - taking the band in exciting new directions.

Chris Walker - lead guitar. Following his first gig at The Troubadour, Allan MacKay (Music Riot) saidTo summarise what difference Chris has made to the band, it’s that he looks & plays like he is having the time of his life!”. Chris has toured and recorded in the USA and Europe with among others Saxon and Carlos Santana.

Graeme Wheatley - bass. Principle songwriter. Graeme's written for The Weinstein Company, New Atlantic Records & other bands plus TV, radio and web.

Dave Powell - drums. Dave at 27, has already played with many luminaries including Adele, Mumford & Sons, Pino Palladino & producer, Cenzo Townshend.  He’s played on the main stages in Glastonbury, Reading & Montreux.  Dave is endorsed by  A fantastic drummer completing the new line-up.

  • Featured on the Paul Jones BBC Radio 2 Blues Show who said "They’re really good, I promise you!"
  • Jerry Da Costa signed the band to his Robmont Promotions Agency saying  "Deep Blue Sea - a tidal wave of blues rock" July 2016, Jerry Da Costa, Robmont Management & Promotions
  • Ian MacKenzie heard the band and said "The new songs are simply outstandingly good. The instrumentation is  nicely balanced and beautifully played, and Muzz has a voice and  delivery to die for. Will this band eclipse what has gone before? One comment: Given this start, No problemo!"June 2016, Ian McKenzie, Blues in the South
  • Finally, catching the band live, Allan McKay said " To summarise what difference guitarist Chris Walker brings to the band it's that Chris looks and plays like he is having the time of his life!" The Troubadour, London, Feb 2016, Allan McKay, Music Riot

  • Mama Bear Enterprises - It's with joy and satisfaction I see and hear Deep Blue Sea who have had their trial by fire and emerged finely honed and with a ring as clear as a sword of Damascus steel. Looking forward to works that will speak the truth...and shame the Devil. Sally Sharp-Paulsen, Norway (manager/promoter)

So, Little Devils metamorphosing into Deep Blue Sea will continue to play the songs of Little Devils
but with a new fresh edge and new music is already knocking at the door….

Deep Blue Sea website

October 9th

Austin Gold

Austin Gold are at Elme Hall on Sunday October 9th
Powerful original rocking blues

Formed by David James Smith in the summer of 2013, purely as a kickabout blues band for a group of friends - all pro musicians - to come together and riff out in a favourite late-night bar.

The synergy and dynamic potential of Jack Cable (guitar) Chris Ogden (drums) Russ Hill (keys) and Lee Churchill (bass) immediately inspired Smith to pen original tracks for the British five-piece. Already an established songwriter with commercial output, the singer/guitarist came well-equipped to dig deep into favoured influences, personal experience and a platform to express his guitar work. Smith draws from axe heroes such as Billy Gibbons, Dave Gilmour and Gary Moore, as well as the songwriting of Bowie, Gerry Rafferty and The Eagles.

After recording a 5-track EP in the summer of 2014, the band was on its way and the worldwide response via social media hailed the authenticity of its music.

As a strong following grew, it led to investment that enabled the recording of a full-length, professionally produced album. Coming Soon!

With vibes fleeting from southern rock and dirty grooves to blissed-out Floyd anthems, the bedrock for solos are in place. But the choruses are key, with soaring vocals and barbed hooks galore.

David James Smith
- Singer/Songwriter & Lead Guitar
Jack Cable - Guitar
Russ Hill - Keyboards
Chris Ogden - Drums
Lee Churchill - Bass

Austin Gold website - On Facebook - Soundcloud

Lizzy on the Loose (October 23rd)
Red Butler (October 30th)
Demoniser (November 6th)
Pretty Ace (December 11th)
Forty Fiver (January 15th)
Tommy Loose + Amy Palmer + Mark Allington (January 22nd)
Geoff Achison and the UK Souldiggers (March 26th)

Artists who have played at the Elme Hall Hotel  Sunday gigs

More videos on YouTube  


  • Quality live music
  • Good selection of beers
  • Hot and Cold Snacks
  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Wine list
  • Disabled access
  • Ample on site parking

"This is a great venue which regularly brings top notch bands to an unfashionable corner of the country".
Gary Blue
- Star Blues

Band comments.

"What can I say it was a fantastic gig at the Elme Hall Hotel Sunday, the atmosphere was great the people very friendly would like to thank all that attended and made us feel so welcome. A great venue for rock and blues fans so if ya in a band or you like live music check it out one of the best Sunday afternoons I've had in a very very long time". Fakesnake

"Thanks again for videoing the show, I really appreciate it, hopefully we'll be seeing you again soon".
Liam - Liam Tarpey Band

"If you have never been to Elme Hall it is well worth a Sunday afternoon trip. Huge playing area, friendly crowd, good variety of bands. Venues like this deserve support".
Back Street Blues Band Thanks for yesterday Michael, Elme is still a bloody brilliant gig.
Dave Jackson - The Offshore Rivers 01/06/2015

Elme Hall
Sunday Rock and Blues Club
is supported by:

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and support this live music venue in Wisbech.