The month starts out in fine style on Friday March 6 with the latest appearance of The Versions, a six-piece band which originally formed in 2009 playing material made famous by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Electric Light Orchestra and Roxy Music.
Another Toast favourite is Katie Alexander who will be crooning through Adele’s big selling repertoire on Saturday, March 7.
It’s a lucky Friday, March 13 for fans of The Keytars (pictured) – one of the area’s most popular rock and pop cover bands. The following day sees a return visit of the popular party covers band Higher Ground. Friday March 20 brings back Nikki Fallows performing material made famous by the likes of Pink, Amy Winehouse, Duffy and Nelly Furtado.
There’s a Saturday March 21 welcome return of the talented local singer, songwriter and band member Catlow (Laura to her chums) – plus an assortment of musical friends.
In-demand four piece Sandgrown covers band Kazoobian make what is fast becoming a monthly visit on Friday, March 27, with another selection of lesser covered classics including material by Bruno Mars, Michael Sembello, Lady Gaga and Bronski Beat on the same set list as U2, Green Day and Queen.
There’s a first time for everything and on Saturday March 28 that means the Toast debut of Glitterballs.
Dubbed “the ultimate glamrock tribute band” this “well seasoned four piece” (yes, they are familiar local weathered faces) performs all the favourites from the 70’s glam rock era in full costume.
* The Steamer in Fleetwood is host to this weekend’s Fylde Folk and Roots festival, featuring performances from Malady and the Medicine and an EP launch from The XRay Cinema.
Richard Moss, The Balkanics and Adam Smith are also on the bill for the event which runs from 7pm onwards on Saturday.
* Manchester’s Flame On are Saturday’s headline act at the Blue Room