Friendly crowd, good atmosphere, great music and complimentary snacks are all part of the Sunday afternoon sessions.
Admission is £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 email@example.com with detailed information and any queries. Please use this email address to contact me as the hotel does not do the booking.
Forget the Easter egg, this is a much as you can handle.
Based in Cambridgeshire UK, Soulweaver are making a name as one of the tightest, hardest working and entertaining live bands around. With dynamics, quality and intensity, Soulweaver contain the essence of classic British rock bands such as Led Zeppelin and Cream but with a contemporary edge that could see them described as the British Foo Fighters.
So if you haven't heard them on one of the umpteen radio stations that give them airplay, not seen them at the Cambridge Rock Festival, missed them supporting Panic Room on 30/03/14, not been to any of their gigs at the Elme or anywhere else you'd better get your sorry self down here for some real rock entertainment.
Dirty old school metal for dirty old school rockers.
Who Are Spiral Dive?
Formed in the year 2000 to pursue a life of sex, drugs, beer and rock ‘n’ roll… and we’re still waiting – but in the mean time we’ve been playing 1,000’s of gigs, releasing EP’s and CD’s and generally having a good time rocking out with our fans all over the country.
We are a four piece band with Andy on Vocals and Guitar, Tony on Lead Guitar and audience abuse, Gazz on drums & Red Bull and Simon on Bass.
Our music is all original – no covers – and all written and recorded by the band. It’s dirty old school metal for dirty old school rockers. Spiral Dive are NEVER boring, we’re always entertaining and we guarantee to get you rocking. More
Spiral Dive website with more info, links to track and videos.
Explosive set of rock tracks along with one or two songs that you just might not be expecting.
Tony Edwards - guitar
Guitarist and singer Tony Edwards came initially from a jazz background. Performing came naturally, and by the time he had reached his late teens he had been privileged to work with some of the British jazz greats including Jack Parnell, Jimmy and Alan Skidmore and Dave Amis as well as holding down a local club residency. He opened for such rock legends as Magnum and the Sensational Alex Harvey Band.
As front man of the highly respected Rory Gallagher tribute ‘Secret Agent’ he really showed his abilities and then on to to the Tony Edwards Band. This power trio made a real name for themselves as one of the best live rock bands you could wish to see and recorded the critically acclaimed originals album "Notebook", which was recorded at Regal House Studios in Wisbech.
Fred Marsh Allen - drums
Fred turned professional at only 16 to spend 3 years touring with a theatre show, a Johnny Cash tribute. This highlighted his discipline as a musician and on leaving the tour he went on to play for the Tony Edwards Band through much of 2010. Initially leaving due to relocation, he returned to take up regular theatre pit work in diverse productions such as Fame and West side story. In the last two years he has been the regular drummer for metal band 'Smokescreen' as well as the drummer for Workhorse.
Danny Coyle - bass
Danny, like Tony, was initially a drummer. Despite being the youngest in the band in only his very early 20s, he has a vast range of experience, has toured Europe with My Cocoon and has been the solid base for teen guitarist Aden Gerrens to build the latest incarnation of his project 'Adenland' on. Not only a bassist and drummer, he is a guitarist and a capable vocalist also.
Workhorse is really an idea of Danny's, spawned at a jam session where he and Tony met for the first time quite by chance. His first full time bass playing role, but you would never know it, he has innate timing and feel for the soul, blues and rock of the 60's and 70's. A true anchorman of the old school variety.
"This is a great venue which regularly brings top notch bands to an unfashionable corner of the country". Gary Blue - Star Blues
"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".
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