Live on the Bandstand: Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men

Live music returns to the Gardens iconic bandstand this summer, with performances taking place on the second and fourth Sunday of each month.

On the second Sunday, expect big beautiful sounds from a range of regional brass bands, and on the fourth Sunday of each month, we’ll be focussing on Jazz and Blues acts.

On Sunday 23 June, we look forward to welcoming the longstanding Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men for blues guitar masterclass. Perfect Sunday sounds!

Performance times: 2pm – 4pm

Date: Sunday 23 June

The performances are included with general admission to the Gardens. Click here to book day tickets.
Members admission free (that’s 8 free gigs included with your membership this summer!) Click here to become a member.

Keep an eye out for guest food vendors throughout the year.

Click here to view the full schedule of Sunday live music.

Live on the Bandstand: Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men

Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men

About Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men

“Jamie Thyer has long been regarded as the guitar player’s guitarist, building an awesome reputation demonstrating Marshall Amplifiers and Rotosound Strings. In 1994 he stepped out of the shadows, released the rave-reviewed “Fear and Loathing of The Wunder Bar”, and went out on the road opening for Chicken Shack, Jefferson Starship, Robin Trower, Robert Cray, Peter Green, Johnny Winter and Waller Trout.

A true showstopper in the wild man tradition of Guitar Slim and Buddy Guy, Jamie and the band headlined the mainstage at Cambridge Rock Festival, played The Marquee Club and Nottingham Rock City and recorded the album “Love You And Leave You” with Matt The Hopple’s Verden Allen.

“British blues Guitar men?” wrote Blues Unlimited, “There’s Eric Clapton, Peter Green….and Jamie Thyer!”

This is a partnership event with Big Bear Music.
Live on the Bandstand: Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men

Live on the Bandstand: Jamie Thyer & the Worried Men

The Live on the Bandstand programme is kindly sponsored by Sofas & Stuff.