|Mostly Autumn in action|
I suppose you could call Mostly Autumn classic rock, some people call them progressive rock, but they're not a covers band. There are hints of Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull, but mainly it's their own sound, with varied tones from quiet piano-led songs to anthemic rock ballads, and equally varied subject matter. Although they can rock out, they don't play heavy metal
I worked at the Bury beer festival in the Met every year for about 15 years, but this is the first time I've been to a concert there; it's changed a bit inside. Looking at their programme, I see they put some good acts on that I'd go to if it were more local. It has a real ale bar downstairs, and the Robert Peel (Wetherspoons) and the Two Tubs are just across the square, both also with real ale.