Punks rail against the machine at Wheatie
“Urban rail punk” band Eastfield return to the North Street venue having performed on the music scene for more than two decades.
Over the years they have released a deluge of train-themed albums and EPs and will offer a fine selection from these, both past and present, in their own endearing style.
Numbers include Off the Rails, Jeremy’s Dream, Broad Street Trash and many more hits.
To find out more about the band visit www.eastfield railpunk.co.uk/
Big Evil Grin will couple up to support them for the evening.
On Saturday it’s time for some reflection at The Wheatie – not any old reflections, but Retroflections. The well established Leighton Buzzard based covers band playing songs that the audience will want to sing along to.
Covering songs from the 50s right through to almost the present day, this six-piece band aim to ensure that everyone watching them has a fun time as they work through an extensive set list.
They will cover songs by performed as varied as Wilson Pickett, Rod Stewart, Adele, The Kinks, Tina Turner, Cee Lo Green, The Monkees and many more. Visit www. facebook.com/retroflections for more on the band.
Music at The Wheatsheaf starts around 9.30pm on both evenings and admission is free.