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FIVE FOR THE WEEKEND

20-02-2010

The Stirrer’s guide to the best live entertainment in the region this weekend.

SATURDAY
Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers. Robin2, Bilston. 8pm, £15.50
Come on, do you think we were going to let an event like this pass without comment?
www.therobin.co.uk Tel: 01902-401211

Voices Across the Ocean. The Drum, Newtown. 7pm. £10.
Female voices from Africa, Britain and the Caribbean join together in an acapella presentation of music from a Black British perspective.
www.the-drum.org.uk Tel: 0121-333 2444

Ricky Cool. Katie Fitzgerald’s, Enville St, Stourbridge. 8pm. Free.
One of Birmingham’s great unknowns with a night of rockabilly, blues, jazz, whatever the label.
www.katiefitzgeralds.co.uk Tel: 01384-374410

SUNDAY
Machine Head. 02 Academy, Birmingham. 7pm. £26.
Classic metal from the West Coast masters of recording as rarely as they can get away with. Six albums in18 years is hardly prolific but why should they care?
wwwO2academybirmingham.co.uk Tel: 0844-477 2000

Kathryn Williams. Glee Club, Hurst St, Birmingham 7.30, £14.
Criminally under-rated folkish singer/songwriter from Liverpool whose eight album, The Quickening, is out soon.
www.glee.co.uk Tel: 0871-472 0400

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