Introducing the boisterous younger brother of Henry’s Blueshouse! Every Friday at 7:45pm at The Bull’s Head, you can let loose to live music from some of the best bands that Brum has to offer.
And best of all, thanks to those good people at Davenports, it’s free to get in! So start your weekend the right way – head to Brum’s best looking boozer for good music, good beer and a delicious range of food and bar snacks.
You’ll find The Bulls Head on Birmingham’s Westside at 38 Bishopsgate Street, Birmingham B15 1EJ. For directions, click here.
28th February – Melvin Hancox Band
If you like your blues/rock played with more psychedelic experience and imagination than most, this is a show that really should not be missed
6th March – The Lost Notes
Foot-stomping rootsy and rocking approach to songs about the things that matter – from the perils of plastic surgery and the plight of bankers to mules and mermaids
13th March – The Frenzies
1950s classics from the likes of Carl Perkins, Elvis, as well as lesser known music from that era through to later artists who were influenced by this golden age of Rock n Roll and Rockabilly like The Stray Cats and The Cramps.
20th March – The Garage Band
Near-legendary 8 piece band featuring an ultra-tight rhythm section, groovy guitars and larger-than-life horns delivering the soul and rhythm and blues message from James Brown, Sam & Dave and the Wicked Wilson Pickett.
27th March – The Quiet Men
Top class trio led by Climax Blues Band and Roy Wood’s Wizzard drummer Roy Adams with Colin Browne, formerly Barclay James Harvest, on keyboards and guitarist Dan Machin.
All performances free admission unless otherwise stated, admission subject to capacity. Pub open from 12pm, doors to upstairs gig room open at 7pm.