A Doncaster venue is set for some rock, and roll, with two gigs in the coming days.
Tomorrow, The Leopard, welcomes London rock quartet Albany Down, fresh from the release of their new single Feeding the Flame, to the stage.
BBC Radio 2 presenter and former Manfred Mann frontman Paul Jones said: “These guys are really going somewhere – make sure they take you with them.”
Albany Down – singer Paul Muir, guitarist Paul Turley, bassist Billy Dedman and drummer Donna Peters – play The Leopard, West Street, Doncaster town centre, on Friday, July 15.
Tickets are £10 on the doors, which open at 7pm, or £8 in advance from www.leopard-doncaster.co.uk
Two days later, it is the turn of Them Lewis Boys – singer and pianist Jeroen Sweers, bassist Rene Postma, guitarist Willem de Roode and drummer Matthias Ban Olst – to roar onto the Leopard stage with their tribute to rock’n’roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis.
Fans can expect all the classics, such as Whole Lot of Shakin’ Going On and number-one smash Great Balls of Fire.
Them Lewis Boys play The Leopard on Sunday, July 17. Tickets are £12 on the doors, which open at 7pm, or £10 in advance from www.leopard-doncaster.co.uk