The Market Inn - Faversham Hop Festival 2017 Information

The Market Inn 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2017

A Sheps pub on the corner of East Street and Park Road alongside the recreation ground.
This is a very large pub so don’t be put off  as you enter if it looks busy, bands play in a large area to the side of the main bar or in the large, well planned garden area. The landlord, David,  has a reputation for putting on good music most Fridays and Sundays. It is well worth avoiding the crowds in the centre of town and walking the hundred yards to The Market Inn

FRIDAY

8.30 -  RUBBER BISCUIT

SATURDAY
from 12.00
12.00 -  THE WATERGRAIN BAND

1.30 -    THE KONKS

3.00 -   THE OILSKINZ

5.00 -   BIG ORANGE HEAD

7.00 -   THE CHILLBILLIES

SUNDAY
from 12.00
12.00 - THE PEPPER SET

1.35 -   THE LUCKY DIPS

3.10 -   THE LEIGH HIGHWOOD BAND

4.45 -   MOROCCAN MOLE

6.20 -   AVANZI


 Music info . . . . scroll down . . 



Rubber Biscuit . . . 
"Rubber Biscuit is a 12 piece Rhythm 'n' Blues and Soul band. The band is renowned for its "big sound" brought about by a three piece horn section, up to five vocalists, and four piece rhythm section."



The Watergrain Band
The Watergrain Band is a touring three piece comprising Ben Paley and Pip Ives together with songwriter Martin Young.
The video below shows the trio in rehearsal at the Market Inn . . . 




The Konks

a dedicated tribute to The Kinks...featuring such classics as Sunny Afternoon, Waterloo Sunset, Lola, Days, You Really Got Me, See My Friends, Autumn Almanac, Dead End Street....the list goes on and on.......so celebrate with us the genius of Ray Davies....with The Konks!


The Oilskinz
After a long wait, the band that no one knew they wanted but now won’t be able to live without has arrived. The Oilskinz are formed from the choice cuts of some of the most successful bands in the South East and have come together to make a Rock & Roll noise for your listening pleasure.
From Buddy to Bo, Cochran to the Comets, Jerry Lee to Richie V.
The complete 50s Rock and Roll jukebox with enough humour, bad fashion and musical hi jinx to satisfy the most discerning hip-shaker.
If you Dig it Baby. If you aint nothin’ but a Houndog. If you want to B. Goode. If you want to get a Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On then this is the band for you.

See you on the dance floor. 
“It aint nothin’ but Greasy kids Stuff”












Big Orange Head       
Big Orange Head are a 4 piece band that regularly expands to 6 or 7 piece and plays a rocking mix of classics and rareties from the forties through the noughties in their own inimitable style.


http://bigorangehead.co.uk/


The Chillbillies
"This is Soul - funk - jazz - ska - blues - latin - rock'n'rollin' crazy people having a good time music and all you need to do is listen, enjoy, dance."

"The Chillbillies put their own twist on covers of an eclectic mix of classic tunes, made up of a very versatile 4 piece rhythm section, with high energy vocals and featuring the infamous 'Raging Horns'™. You'll be amazed, amused, astounded!"


The Leigh Highwood Band
Classic rock!




The Pepper Set
A fusion of rock classics with original numbers.The Pepper Set Band are -
Tony Pepper on Lead Vocals & Guitar
Peter White on Keyboards, Left-hand Bass & Vocals
Phil Brown on Tenor & Soprano Saxophones and Flute
Andy Jenkins on Drums & Vocals



The Lucky Dips
An eclectic mix of songs, courtesy of Tony Pepper, Peter White, Rufus Ruffell and Andy Jenkins (If you are a unfamiliar with the names its 3 of The Pepper Set joined by a lead guitarist)

This was a one off line up to fill an empty slot at short notice. They turned out to be so good this is now their fourth (actually I've lost count)  gig at the Market Inn.




Moroccan Mole
Moroccan Mole are a 5-piece hailing from East Kent playing the finest pub rock, post-punk and new wave material for your phonic pleasure.





Avanzi



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