THERE'S an all-star gig at the Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth in Teignmouth tomorrow night from 7.30pm.
Adam Isaac, These Reigning Days and Hysteria appear on the same bill to provide a real treat for South Devon music fans.
Hysteria are five-piece rock band all aged between nine and 13, and are currently building up a substantial local following.
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Adam Isaac has more than 10 years of experience as a gigging musician and has also built a strong following over the years.
He has played many venues and festivals around the UK, supported Joss Stone on her UK tour in 2009, has been named brand ambassador for British freesports lifestyle brand Animal, and in 2012 he made it to the quarter final stages of BBC's The Voice UK with Sir Tom Jones as coach.
These Reigning Days, fronted by singer/songwriter Dan Steer, will be headlining a stage at Glastonbury this Summer.
Their third single Too Late is out now.
For tickets call the Carlton box office on 01626 778991 or log on to www.thesereigningdays.co.uk
Military Wives in town
THE Military Wives Choir are in concert in the Stoodley Knowle school chapel in Torquay on Saturday night at 7.30pm.
The Cameo Singers, a local, well-known and accomplished choir, will also be appearing.
A school spokesman said: "This is a wonderful opportunity to see a choir who have become a household name through their many appearances on both radio and television and promises to be a total sell-out.
"All proceeds will go to the Pilgrimage Trust and Help for Heroes."
Folk festival line-up
MANY of the artists set to perform at the Dartmoor Folk Festival this summer have been announced.
The local and national artists include Old Swan Band, Brendon Power and Tim Edey, Trio Threlfall, Lauren McCormick Band, Gadarene, Keith Donnelly, Dartmoor Pixie Band, Tony Beard, Entertainingly Different, Dave Wills plus morris and dance teams.
The 36th annual festival is taking place at South Zeal, near Okehampton, on August 9, 10 and 11.
The packed programme features concerts, a ramble on Dartmoor, a ceilidh, folk service, craft displays, dances, a children's festival, a Dartmoor Fayre, music hall, pub sessions and music, song and dance workshops.
Competitions include the Dartmoor broom dance championships and Dartmoor stepdance championships.
For more information or to book tickets call 01837 840102 or log on to www.dartmoorfolkfestival.co.uk
Rock and grunge night
LOCAL rockers Mighty Sasquatch, whose set-list includes all the best rock and grunge covers from the 1990s, 2000s and beyond, such as Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, The Cult and Metallica, will play at Pub Alibi on Friday, March 1.