Live Music in the Pub. Pigs Nose Resident Musician. Covers of all types of songs done in a Nick the Fish style!
Pigs Nose Inn Hall Music. The Correspondents consist of a singer Mr Bruce and a producer Chucks. Both growing up in South London, they formed in 2007 and within two years had taken their hi-octane genre-blending dance music from house parties to festival main stages.
The show that quickly established the duo as one of the best live acts in the UK has Mr Bruce assuming the look of a monochrome matador, singing with force, scatting at speed and dancing like his life depends on it while Chucks takes the audience on a journey through a multitude of genres from jazz and blues to the nether regions of electro.
Pigs Nose Hall Music. London’s bourbon-soaked gypsy blues, bop ‘n’stroll band The Urban Voodoo Machine are back with their fourth album Hellbound Hymns and aUK tour to match. Having played Glastonbury,Download, Latitude, Bestival and Hard Rock Calling, toured with The Pogues, the New York Dolls plus received love & support from Radio 2’s Paul Jones & Huey Morgan, 6 Music’s Gideon Coe & Chris Hawkins, the Guardian, Q Mag,Classic Rock and Vive Le Rock for their previous albums, Hellbound Hymns marks a new chapter
HALL MUSIC NIGHTS - The groove of the underworld. A genre defying band of funksters from the South West creating music made for dancing and having fun, the soundtrack to your party night out. A mix up of hand crafted nu funk, with a latin / balkan twist to invigorate your soul.
PIGS NOSE INN HALL GIG. Join us back in time to the 60s with The Swinging Blue Jeans stormed the charts in the 60s worldwide with Hippy Hippy Shake and other major hits including Good Golly Miss Molly, You're No Good and Don't Make Me Over.
Pigs Nose Inn Hall Music. Formed in 1966 by Adge Cutler, the Bard of Avonmouth, this bunch of haystack-headed, cider-soaked and dung-booted, not-quite-so-young Avonside lads play good-time traditional Zummerzet Scrumpy 'n' Western music. The band has had considerable commercial success from their 1967 anthem Drink Up Thy Zider to the heights of the chart-topping Combine Harvester in 1976. Big in Nempnett Thrubwell, The Wurzels continue to play over 100 shows a year to sell out crowds all over the country, with regular festival appearances at Bestival, Guilfest, Finsbury Park and Glastonbury.