November treats at top Southampton venue

FRI 04 – SILVER BEATLES – Early Beatles, late Beatles, living Beatles,

dead Beatles…you get ‘em all with the Silver Beatles! - £9 adv / £10 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

SAT 05 – FLEETWOOD BAC – Fleetwood Bac are the world’s first and

finest Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band, endorsed by Mick Fleetwood himself!

The only Mac tribute band to authentically replicate the classic

Stevie/Lindsey/Christine/John/Mick ‘Rumours’ line-up. - £10 adv / £12 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

WED 09 – BLACKFOOT – One of the hardest working, multi Gold and

Platinum acts to hit the charts and perform the world’s stages. Blackfoot are

once more performing their classic tracks like Train Train, Highway Song,

Baby Blue, Fox Chase, Left Turn, Fly Away and others as well as new

songs. The current line-up is Greg T. Walker, Charlie Hagrett, Mike Estes

and Kurt Pietro - £14 adv / £16 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:00pm

THU 10 – WHOLE LOTTA LED – The Led Zeppelin that us mere mortals

can actually get to see. Keeping the spirit and songs of the legendary Zep

alive with their unique energy and stage presence, Whole Lotta led play to

over 40,000 enthusiastic fans every year. They don’t try and reproduce what

the Classic Led Zeppelin line up looked like because for these guys it’s all

about the music. And what music! - £10 adv / £12 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:00pm

FRI 11 – LOGICAL TRAMP – The spirit of Supertramp! The Logical song,

Dreamer, Breakfast in America, Goodbye stranger...A few amongst many of

the massive hits that make up the timeless repertoire of Supertramp. Their

songs are worldwide rock classics, that over the passing decades have

remained in the hearts of millions of fans...and in the hearts of the musicians

that make up the only UK tribute to the mighty Supertramp: Logicaltramp! -

£14 adv / £16 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm


When the Faces broke up in 1975, Rod Stewart started his own band. They

became very successful, topping charts and selling out concerts all over the

world. Many of the songs they recorded were co-written with Rod by Jim

Cregan, Robin Le Mesurier and Gary Grainger. 35 years later these old

friends re-discover their love for this music and decide to play it live on

stage again. This idea became a band and the band is now the 7-piece Apart

From Rod - £12 adv / £14 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

SUN 13 – FRAGILE – Europe’s premiere Yes Tribute Band often seen on

stage with Yes original Steve Howe. Fragile do not only pay tribute to the

music of Yes, but also promote continuing interest in this legendary classic

rock band. Yes stand unique as enduring exponents of the original

progressive rock scene, and their legacy to the genre is immense - £10 adv /

£12 door.

Doors open 7:30pm, on stage 8:45pm


the history of rock n roll there is a long tradition of guitarists trading in their

jobs as sidemen to become virtuoso frontmen in their own right. Walton’s

talents are no secret amongst everyone in the Jersey shore music scene and

with the founding of the Billy Walton Band there’s little doubt his reputation will grow far beyond the Garden State. Support from the excellent Virgil &

The Accelerators; Virgil McMahon, became the youngest person shortlisted

in the 2010 British Blues Award - £12 adv / £14 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 8:30pm

THU 17 – THE HEATHER FINDLAY BAND – The former Mostly

Autumn front woman is already blazing a unique trail as an independent

artist. For her new solo work she has assembled an elite band from the upper

echelon of the rock world; Dave Kilminster (Roger Waters, Keith Emerson,

John Wetton), Chris Johnson (Fish, Mostly Autumn, Halo Blind), Steve

Vantsis (Fish, KT Tunstall, Horse), and Alex Cromarty (Steely Dan, Groove

Armada, Dodgy). Their sound is stripped down and direct. It is edgy, it is

dark it is beautiful and it is powerful. - £13 adv / £15 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:00pm

FRI 18 – THE CHRISTIANS – Mersey stars The Christians were prime

movers in the soul scene that emerged out of England’s North West at the

end of the 80s. Along with other iconic bands they brought a slicker,

sophisticated, soul-flecked sound to the charts at the end of that heady

decade. Expect the hits including Harvest For The World, Words,

Hooverville, Forgotten Town and of course the massive Ideal World.

Amazing show last December! - £18 adv / £20 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

SAT 19 – MAGIC – A KIND OF ELO – Magic are famed for their

incredibly successful ‘A Kind of Queen’ concert and have done it again in

this new show, ‘Magic a kind of ELO’. They perform with breathtaking

precision the legendary songs of ELO, The Electric Light Orchestra - £13 adv

/ £15 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

SUN 20 – MARTYN JOSEPH – Just when you think you’ve got a handle on

singer songwriters, along comes Martyn Joseph to blow the myth away. On

this tour showcasing material from his brand new studio album, and in a

year that marks 30 years in the business, Martyn proves that there’s nothing

predictable about his gigs – only that they can make you laugh, cry, get you

thinking, leave you reeling. Martyn brings his full band show to The Brook!

- £15 adv / £17 door.

Doors open 7:30pm, on stage 8:45pm

WED 23 – THE STRAWBS (ELECTRIC SHOW) – The Strawbs have had

a rich history since they were formed around forty years ago. Originally

named The Strawberry Hill Boys, they started out as a duo comprising Dave

Cousins and Tony Hooper playing bluegrass music. Bass player Ron

Chesterman then joined them and they recorded an album with Sandy

Denny, which was released several years later. The current line-up

comprises Rod Coombes, John Hawken, Dave Lambert, David Cousins and

Chas Cronk - £14 adv / £16 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:00pm

THU 24 – HAZEL O’CONNOR & BLUJA – Award winning singer-

songwriter HAZEL O’CONNOR , with a much anticipated and already

acclaimed new album “Bluja” out now, teams up here with virtuoso

saxophonist CLARE HIRST (Bellestars, Communards,David Bowie ) and

SARAH FISHER (Eurythmics) on keyboards and vocals. This dynamic new

collaboration debuted to sell-out houses earlier this year, melding Hazel’s

superb vocals with stunning sax, driving keyboards and a powerful blend of

voices and musicianship that bring a sweet touch of class and energy to their

vibrant performance. With support from Tenshends - £15 adv / £17 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 8:30pm

FRI 25 – BETH HART – Beth Hart has been through almost everything.

She’s tasted the sweetness of success, topping the Billboard charts, and she

has clung on to a bottle laying in the gutter. Known for her raw and powerful

blues-rock sound, Hart wraps her expressive vocals around classic soul

covers on her latest album ‘Don’t Explain’, an album that grew out of her

friendship with the acclaimed Blues guitarist Joe Bonnamassa - £13 adv / £15


Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

SAT 26 – JEAN GENIE – There’s only one Bowie but if there were two Jean

Genie would definitely be the other one! Jean Genie were formed in 1993 in

Birmingham by lead vocalist John Mainwaring. They play all over the world

and pay tribute to Bowie’s music of the 70s 80s and 90s, playing all of

Bowie’s hits in an amazing show of complete detail - £10 adv / £12 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:30pm

WED 30 – SAS BAND – Legendary recording artists, singing their greatest

hits and session musicians from the Who’s Who of Rock and Pop, join

Queen’s musical director and keyboard player Spike Edney for a night of fun

and explosive music. The ultimate party band! - £27.50 adv / £29 door.

Doors open 8:00pm, on stage 9:00pm