Empty Rooms are back at play in Buckingham, and this week the promotion offers you not one, but two shows to get excited about, starting on Friday night with Amy Wadge and Pete Riley.
When she took time away from performing to begin a family, Amy decided to write for other musicians and inked a publishing deal with BDI Music.
The first person she was asked to work with was a 17-year old Ed Sheeran, who recorded an EP called Songs I wrote with Amy.
The duo still work together today.
Amy has been getting creative with Pete Riley for the past couple of years too, and Terry Emm will support at the show.
On Saturday, alternative-bluegrass blenders Coal Porters will be live. The band recently described as a ‘Mumford & Sons with a PhD in songwriting’ will be supported by hubby and wife duo Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou.
Tickets for both shows are £12 in advance and doors open at 7.30pm.