Sunday Sounds at the Chatsworth Road Festival 2015

Music has really taken off this year at the Chatsworth Road Festival. Sunday is the day to enjoy a wander around from venue to venue and musical style to musical style.

3pm – Tramway Tavern – Erin Lynas starts the festival sounds with her soulful voice that’s sure to captivate

4pm – 6.30 pm – Rose and Crown – Southside Jazz make chilling out an art form

4pm – Royal Oak – the incredible harp based Schrodingers Strings perform covers and original – you’ll enjoy it all.

5pm – The Peacock – Ashgate Calling. This lively local 8 piece ensemble play a rollicking set of folk dance music and song. Hold onto your hats for a jumping Sunday afternoon.

6pm – Tap House – great entertainment from Gaz Simmonds – a superb local singer and songwriter

6.45 – The Victoria – the wonderfully talented Angela Turner plays acoustic and more

7pm – The Star – Karl Wilde is a one-man musical jukebox – enjoy!

7pm to 9.30 pm – Nonnas – soulful vocals from Emma Rossi who will do her best to take your breath away

7pm – The Manor at BramptonJames Fearn sings swing from Sinatra to Buble – impossible not to enjoy.

8pm  – The Anchor – Classic hard rock from Spitfire to end the festival on a loud note