THE team at the Prince Albert in Rodborough is working hard on getting back to their usual schedule of great live music and entertainment.

This week sees an exciting line up of gigs, with performances from The John Martyn Project, and Tezeta, plus folk and shanty sessions.

On Thursday night, The John Martyn Project will be heading to the Rodborough pub.

Featuring Blythe Pepino, Kit Hawes, Pete Josef and Sam Brookes – this is a special project where six artists come together to celebrate the music of John Martyn.

Each brings their own story and connection to John’s music which adds to the fabric of the overall experience of the project.

This diversity of different musical paths of the musicians recreate the many different aspects and eras of Martyn’s music.

And then on Sunday, Tezeta will be performing from 7pm.

Tezeta are an eight piece instrumental group combining elements of experimental jazz, afrobeat, soundtrack composition and collective improvisation.

Landlady Lotte Lyster said: "We're very pleased to have them back at the Albert on Sunday night.

"The band are a crazily accomplished collection of musicians with members from The Spindle Ensemble, Rin Logan Run, The Brackish, Yama Warashi, Alabaster de Plume, Dubi Dolczek and The Evil Usses."

This is followed by a gig on Monday night from Jacob & Drinkwater.

The duo have been called ‘stand out new Folk’ by BBC6 Music and ‘inventive and thrilling’ by R2 Magazine.

Plus, there will be a folk session on Wednesday (September 29) evening, from 7.30pm, and a 'Shanty Bants' event on Thursday (September 30) from 7pm to 8pm.

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