Some of the events we have staged since September 2013 other than our second Tuesday of the month with our regular band The 60s Allstars are listed here. If you have any comments about these, including requests for songs that the bands might play at future events, please Contact Us.

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— 8 Oct 2013 —

Stealing Dan and Don


(A sensational Steely Dan tribute act)


Chris Clark – Keyboards/Trumpet/Vocals

Polly Raymond  – Vocals

Robin Bibi – Guitar/Vocals 

The Home Guard Club

76A Richmond Park Road

Sheen, London  SW14 8LA

** Their playlist of great Steely Dan classics can be found on the Artists page.

Admission £7.50 or £5.50 for Home Guard members

— 25 Sept 2013 —

The John Warwick Band

‘A Blues, Rock & Soul Experience’

John Warwick

John Warwick – Lead Vocals

Del Mandel – Guitar & Vocals

Mick Avory – Drums

Charlie Lankester – Keyboards


Wednesday September 25th – 8:30pm to 11:30pm


Barnes Rugby Club

Queen Elizabeth’s Walk

(near The Wetlands Centre)

Barnes SW13 ODG

— 07 Sept 2013 —

Barnes Rock Maximum R and B


The Sharpees


Bill Mead – Guitar and Vocal

Stuart Sollors – Lead Guitar

Baz Payne – Bass Guitar

Spencer Blackledge – Drums


Saturday September 7th – 8.30pm to 11.30pm


The Halfway House

24 Priests Bridge, Barnes

London SW14 8TA

— 27 Oct 2013 —



The 60s Allstars 

The 60's Allstars

 Robin Bibi


Amanda Claire

Amanda Claire


Barnes Rubgy Cub

Queen Elizabeth’s Walk

(near The Wetlands Centre)

Barnes, London, SW13 0DG

— 12 Nov 2013 —

Andrew Heart’s Rockstock

a wide variety of songs from the 70s to the present day.

Andrew HeartBass/Vocals

Richard Hudson – Drums

Peter ParksGuitar/Vocals

Becky TurnerKeyboards/Vocals

The Home Guard Club

76A Richmond Park Road

Sheen, London SW14 8LA

— 10 Dec 2013 —

The Robin Bibi Band with Paul Cox


Dave Lusher, Phil Lusher and Julie Clifton



The Home Guard Club

76A Richmond Park Road

East Sheen, London  SW14 8LA

— 21 Jan 2014 —

Barnes Rock was particularly involved with Brian Coope in the planning of the Jazz event on Tuesday 21st January 2014 when Peter Miles sang a superb selection from “The Great American Songbook” and was accompanied by The Rodney Mendoza Jazz Trio, comprising Rodney Mendoza (keyboards), Jeremy Brown (double bass), Jeremy Holroyd (drums), with guest appearances from internationally renowned jazz star, Duncan Lamont (saxophone) and jazz singer Irene Neal.

This event was streamed live on Live Culture (Peter Miles).

Peter Miles455cropped

Peter Miles is a brilliant singer of Jazz Standards (Baritone) especially of music performed by the great Tony Bennett. He is also a talented leader of jazz trios, quartets and quintets. All those who play with Peter are well known jazz musicians of the highest calibre.

A small sample of some of the songs that Peter sang:

I’ve got the world on a string” by Harold Arlen”

Where am I going?” by Cy Colman

One note Samba” by Antonio Carlos Jobim

For you, for me, for ever more by George Gershwin

Rain or shine by Harold Arlen

Don’t get around much anymore” by Duke Ellington

“Who can I turn to?” by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley

Peter has appeared every year from 1995 to 2013 with his trios, quartets and quintets at the International Jazz Day festival in London. In recent years, he has performed regularly to a full music room at The Bull’s Head, Barnes. His other gigs have included appearances at Pizza on the Park, Pizza Express (Dean Street and Kensington), The Wimbledon Theatre, The Vortex Jazz Club, The Jazz Bistro, China Blues (Camden), The Crypt Jazz Club, The Battersea Barge and Victoria Gardens Stage (The Embankment), The Ram Jam Jazz Club in Kingston and The Jazz Cafe Posk Club (Hammersmith).

In his early 20’s, Peter, who lives in Ealing, was a close friend of Dusty and Tom Springfield and whilst they pursued their highly successful music career, Peter embarked upon a long career in theatre, television and radio. By 1990, he was concentrating fully on his passion for singing the great standards of the 50’s and also Brazilian bossas by Jobim.

On the very first Tuesday of 2014, Tuesday 7th January, it was Blues night at the Home Guard featuring The John O’Leary & Alan Glen Allstar Blues Revue.

Former members of the Yardbirds, Nine Below Zero, Savoy Brown and The John Dummer Blues Band got together for some fine blues jamming.  John and Alan were joined by Papa George, Tim Penn, Nick Newell, Steve Morrison and Ali Maas. If it’s blues you like, it’s the first Tuesday of the month and approximately two to of every three events feature The John O’Leary & Alan Glen Allstar Blues Revue.

— 7 Oct 2014 —


Good old British Rhythm and Blues at its best

with The Sharpees

Bill Mead – Guitar/Vocals

Baz Payne – Bass Guitar/Vocals

Brendan O’Neill (Rory Gallagher) – Drums/Vocals

and guest appearance from Peter Finberg (Guitar/Vocals with Renaissance, Slack Alice and more recently and locally Sugartruck)

Influences include Rory Gallagher, Tom Petty, Dr Feelgood, George Thorogood, Paul Kossoff, Paul Rodgers, Neil Young, Andy Fraser and The Stones.

Amongst the great songs that they will be playing will be many of these that you may well know (click on the link for the YouTube original)

Break Down (Tom Petty)

Won’t back down (Tom Petty)

Running down the dream (Tom Petty)

Start me up (Rolling Stones)

Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones)

Rocking in the free world (Neil Young)

Cinnamon girl (Neil Young)

Couldn’t get it right (Climax Blues Band)

Tatoo’d lady (Rory Gallagher)

Bad Penny (Rory Gallagher)

Cradle Rock (Rory Gallagher)

Messing with the kid (Rory Gallagher)

— 26 Oct 2014 —


Sunday 26th October, 6.00pm to 9.15pm

The Deputies

The Deputies line up includes singer and guitarist Rick Cassman (the man behind 1980s Classic Rock band Straight Eight ), guitar and slide player extraordinaire Richard Lightman (session man and producer whose credits are as long as your arm), Paul Coppock (the man with the golden mandolin), Geoff Swettenham (drummer from the legendary Apple Records signed band Grapefruit) and on bass, Dan King, the band’s own resident chess master. The Deputies have a reputation of surprise star-studded guest appearances and you never know who might show up.

The Deputies’ special guests at Barnes Rock will include Alan Darby, virtuoso guitarist who has toured and recorded with many a luminary. These include Eric Clapton, Van Morrison and Bonnie Raitt. He is also fresh from the hugely successful West End Show – We Will Rock You.


 — 1 Feb 2015 —

Barnes Rock 70s

featuring The Persuaders



Del Mandel (Guitar), Robin Bibi (Guitar), Andrew Heart (Bass Guitar) 

and Ivan Hoe (Drums)

 “We all had a brilliant time! They were fantastic and I think had a brill time themselves! Please put them on again – we’ll definitely be there! All the best! Maggs, Emily and Adina.”

   — 3 Mar 2015 —

Barnes Rock Special


American multi-instrumentalist Morris “Mo” Pleasure of Earth Wind & Fire fame is on a UK tour involving the producing/recording/workshop side of his many skills.

Mo Pleasure with Earth, Wind & Fire at Montreux:

As well as Earth Wind and Fire he has recorded and performed with artists such as Ray Charles, Michael Jackson, Roberta Flack, and Natalie Cole.  But he can’t leave without performing a Prince-style secret gig at a special intimate venue — enter the Home Guard Club!! He will be joined on the night by Max O’Donnell (guitar), Kofi Kari Kari (percussion), Moncrieff (vocals), plus other guests so expect an evening of soul/R&B/Pop/Funk to rock the joint.

— 27 Aug 2016 —

Beautiful Noise (Sean Harrington and Amelie Chevalier) with 
Tongue-tied Danny’s 50s/60s Disco *

at The Home Guard Club

76A Richmond Park Road, East Sheen, SW14 8LA

* Danny Cheek (Tongue Tied Danny) has been a DJ for over 45 years and has been on the bill with some of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll artists including the late Gene Vincent, the late Buddy Knox and Wee Willie Harris. 
— ♦ —
2nd May 2018

Robin Bibi, Andrew Heart, DAve “MINCH” MOORE and Ivan Hoe WITH OUTSTANDING SINGERS




at London Welsh RFC