Quirky band, The Blue Motel, will bring their mix of original material, 70s covers and unusual instruments to the Arts Centre foyer in Evesham.

In fact, the audience is being advised to "watch out too for some very strange instruments".

But what else can they expect?

A spokesman said: "Singer/songwriter Paul Hedges has teamed up with guitar supremo Alan Davies and Bassist/multi instrumentalist Rupert Flindt to form The Blue Motel.

"Since getting together they have made several appearances at Worcester's Marr’s Bar and the Eckstock Music Festival - and have recently had some of their original recordings played on BBC Radio."

The spokesman added: "As well as new original material they will be doing some quirky covers that tap into the 70s acoustic heritage - think Lindisfarne, Paul Simon and Brian Protheroe - along with more recent songs by the likes of Boo Hewerdine and The Bible."

The date for the diary is Thursday November 21.

Tickets are availabke on the the door or in advance from Evesham Almonry Abbey Road, and the arts centre website www.EveshamArtsCentre.co.uk

The tunes start at 8pm