Live music at The Chase Inn, Brownhills this weekend!


Pistol Pete Wearn is a cracking act and deserves far more attention. Image from his Facebook page.

The Chase Inn at Newtown, Brownhills goes from strength to strength – there’s not only great ale and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, but great live music most weekends, too – and there’s a couple of great acts on this weekend.

Over the weekend you can catch top acoustic bluesmonger Pistol Pete Wearn tonight (Saturday 15th August 2015) from 9pm, and in the afternoon slot tomorrow (Sunday 16th August 2015) the wonderfully named Satnam’s Tash play from 4-7pm.

The Chase had this to say:

Saturday 9pm at The Chase brings Pistol Pete Wearn with his Footstomping Acoustic Blues. He is the lead singer, the harmonica and slide guitarist player, also the owner/player of this awesome Cigar box guitar!


That remarkable guitar. Image from Pistol Pete Wearn.

Satnam’s Tash are an upbeat, 3-piece, Rock band from the East Midlands. They play a wide variety of fantastic covers as well as many well-crafted original songs. They perform both electrically and acoustically, practise and gig a lot, and have been doing so for a very long time. They will be playing as an acoustic duo on Sunday at The Chase between 4-7pm

The pub was in the doldrums for years, but now under new management, the buzz around the Chase Inn has been building. The recent real ale and cider festival was a real hit – it’s so good to see a local pub revived.

Why not get down there? You’re guaranteed a great night…

For the satnav folk, the address is: 6 Watling Street, Newtown, Brownhills WS8 6JS

You can contact the pub on: 01543 899568 or visit their Facebook page.


Satnam’s Tash is the best band name I heard in a long time.

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