Upham Brewery Tent

Upham Brewery
Drum Runners are very pleased to be working with That Vibe Promotions for the 3rd year running to bring you another exciting line-up in the Upham Tent. There’s great music programmed for Works Night Out and for a That Vibe Saturday!

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Friday 13th October: Works Night Out

Mike Page

Mike Page

Compere

Fabrics

Fabrics

22:00

Fabrics, a kinetic four piece contemporary rock band sculpted in the South of England just last year. Their compelling debut ‘Beachhead’ is a homage to summer that flawlessly captures the sound of Fabrics. Taking a darker pathway, the release of their follow-up single ‘Fiction’ really boosted Fabrics onto the scene with high praise from the likes of BBC Introducing with Little Indie Blogs premiering their debut video for the track.

With three tours under their belt, a profound performance at the Alternative Escape and a sold out headline show at London’s Old Blue Last, all eyes are on Fabrics after the release of their highly anticipated single ‘Claws’ to be followed by their debut EP later this year.

All Action Hero

All Action Hero

21:00

All Action Hero are a punk rock band from Alton, Hampshire. Known for their tongue-in-cheek approach and energetic live performances. Currently working on their third EP to be released early 2018.

Birdsworth

20:00

BirdsworthBorn in the back of a Berlingo somewhere along the M25 to a soundtrack of P-Funk/G-Funk/Bee Gees & Space Jazz, the GRAVYBASS collective known as Birdsworth began 16,000 hours ago. In 2017 they gained 2 new front tyres on their trusty funk bus, released a 7″ single along with their own brand of teabags and sold out the historic Dublin Castle in Camden.

The Up'ems

The Up’ems

19:00

After years of playing in different bands in and out of Basingstoke Jim Bones (Vocals & Guitar) and Pozi (Drums) decided to join forces to bring back of the sounds of UK ’77 Street Punk, adding Al on Guitar and Daz on Bass The Up’ems were born and have just released their debut EP, We Are The Boys, that merges 90’s American bands with classic British punk which makes for a fresh sound.

www.theupemspunxx.com
www.facebook.com/theupems

Saturday 14th October: That Vibe

Iain Clarke

Iain Clarke

Compere

The Buster Cornelius Quartet

Buster Cornelius Quartet

22:00

Buster Cornelius (aka Stephen Fuller) is well-known on the local music scene, having fronted several bands over the past 25 years, including KGB, Chain Gang and the Mississippi Bullfrogs. He also plays harmonica with the Devout Sceptics, who appeared at last years’ Octoberfest on the Upham Stage. Buster’s interest in the blues was nurtured at a young age, and he was mentored on the harmonica by iconic local bluesman Rod Garfield. Buster will be joined on stage by fellow Devout Sceptics members, Ian (his brother) on bass, and Ian Gant on guitar, as well as renowned local drummer / percussionist James Sturtridge.

Riley K

Riley K

21:40

My name is Riley Kudirka better known as Riley K. I’m a vocal and strings performer specialising in Folk Rock, Contemporary R&B and Hip Hop. I began performing two years ago and music is my passion, it has inspired me to be who I am today. I am mostly influenced by the acoustic community in music, which has lead me on to perform in multiple venues, and meet many other talented musicians. However when choosing my own repertoire I mainly find myself following the styles of funk, soul and rock, aspiring to musicians such as Ed Sheeran, Kings of Leon, Stevie Wonder, Rick Astley and many more.

Riley K, the musician with the massive hat and the tiny guitar, guaranteed to get you singing. An act you must not miss!

Stevie Pearce

Stevie Pearce

21:00

Stevie R. Pearce is probably Best known in recent times for his work with US hard rock legends Warrior Soul and Love/Hate as guitar player. Despite nearly 10 years of constant touring from Orkney to Rome to New York City and everywhere in between, 2017 marks the launch of Stevie R Pearce & The Hooligans and his debut album. Hampshire’s Octoberfest sees a one off acoustic performance of songs acquired along the way.

Broken Device

20:20

Broken Device are a four piece Hard Rock band formed in Camberely, Surrey in January 2015 consisting of: Chris Law (Lead guitar & vocals), Jim Peterson (Guitar & BV’s), Ciaran McGrory (Drums) and Lewis Smith (Bass). The bands influences are quite varied but include: Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Aerosmith, Motley Crue, Rolling Stones, Ozzy/Sabbath and KISS. The band released their debut self produced EP, “Rampant Robot” to very positive reviews. They play heavily in the Reading, Berkshire and Hampshire area and are building up a following. Their mission is simply to rock out and have fun whilst bringing the audience along for the ride!

Mark Deans

Mark Deans

19:40

This is not your average ukulele performer. This is, well, we’re not quite sure what this is but it is not to be missed. Covers and originals performed with an unrelenting sense of energy, good feels and humour.

He has had personal mentions following online performances by Ska-Punk legends Less Than Jake!

Maybe Not Today

Maybe Not Today

19:00

An aspiring mod band from Fleet, Hampshire; playing a variety of music from rock to ska, punk, blues and Mod. All 16 years old and friends from school, Maybe Not Today have been performing as a band for 4 years and are dedicated, committed and aspiring young musicians with strong ambitions. They have recorded an EP which is available for download on iTunes and Amazon and this year collaborated with Forward 4 Wizz Trust who provided an opportunity for the band to record a track onto an album, along with 9 other local artists, to celebrate 10 Years of the Trust. Maybe Not Today have performed at many local events in the last 3 years, entertaining crowds with a range of covers along with their own material.

www.facebook.com/maybenottoday

Darragh Finan

18:20

I am Darragh Finan, a 16 year-old singer, songwriter and guitarist from Basingstoke. My main genre is pop/acoustic pop, influenced by decades of great artists and musicians ranging from Tracy Chapman to Ed Sheeran.

For the last year I have been working on original music in a studio in London, alongside my producer Billy Phillips. We intend on releasing my EP within the next 12 months, when it will be available for everyone to download and listen to on iTunes and Spotify.

Only recently have I been introduced to performing music live however it is safe to say that it feels natural to me. I received an overwhelming response and positive feedback on a video that I uploaded to Facebook. Thanks to ‘That Vibe Promotions,’ this is what led to my first gig and further recognition.

“My music will tell you more about me than I ever will.”

Alex Middleton

Alex Middleton

17:40

Alex Middleton is a young aspiring singer/songwriter who plays guitar along with vocals. He plays a wide range of genres and puts his own spin on the songs that he plays, you should totally give him a listen

Melissa Saunders

17:00

Mel is a 25 year old singer from Basingstoke, she has played in bands for
the last four years and is now focussing on singing at weddings and in
venues with her band Tomorrow’s Retro. She recently had the pleasure of
singing at venues such as the O2 and Wembley and is loving getting back
into music again.

Edward Naysmith

Edward Naysmith

16:20

Edward Naysmith is a folk guitarist and singer, playing venues nationwide. Edward’s music quotes from such greats as Bert Jansch, Richard Thompson, John Martyn and Nick Drake. With his blinding technical ability, many have likened his work to the revivalist singer/songwriters of the late 60s. To learn more about Edward and his music, visit www.edwardnaysmith.co.uk

Iain Clarke

Iain Clarke

15:40

Spitting vocal fire that can only be doused with beer! Lyrics so cutting that there’s an elastoplast sponsorship pending, and guitar kills that scared away all of Bob Marley’s 3 Little Birds!……… Not really! It’s that idiot with a kazoo doing 90s hip-hop covers again.

Max Toogood Wolvey

Max Toogood-Wolvey

15:00

Max Toogood-Wolvey is 17 years old and has been playing the guitar for 6
years. He is self-taught, has played several shows at his old school and also performed at a few local festivals such as Tadley Tea Party and Nashfest. His musical inspirations are bands such as The Strokes, Circa Waves and Catfish and the Bottlemen. Max hopes to go to university to study guitar and music next year.

Bryan Dawber

Bryan Dawber

14:20

Bryan Dawber is a songwriter from Basingstoke. He’s been doing what he does fairly quietly for some time now. 5 years as songwriter and guitarist in now defunct band Kilriki, 3 years as songwriter and guitarist in most recent band The Skinny (who are on an indefinite hiatus).

As well as contributing songs and lyric ideas to his good friend and standout local artist Rick Hales a.k.a. Steel Strung City.

With no band to hide amongst anymore, he’s now stepping out on his own with just a guitar and a back catalogue of great songs and some interesting covers.

Alex Bar Rat

Alex Bar Rat

13:40

My name is Alex Barrett, Bar Rat or Skaggs. As a young boy I was always heavily interested in art taking pencil to paper were and whenever the opportunity arose, drawing and being creative was always at the forefront of my every day life! As I grew, art was still a massive part of my life but I quickly became more and more interested in music which is now my passion.

I’ve played in local bands The Lurg and The Black Bullets and currently play in Fingerblast. I also now enjoy doing acoustic gigs very much and hope for them to grow in popularity.

Raz and Page

13:00

Raz Razzle and Mike Page have been part of the local music scene for decades as separate entities. This years Octoberfest brings them together for your entertainment!

Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th October: Workshops on the Field

Paul Midgley

Drumming with Paul Midgley

12:00

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Drumming with Paul Midgley

12:00