FOR those who like blues, folk, country, or maybe a bit of everything, then the Milton Rooms in Malton has something to please you.

On Friday, November 3, at 7.30pm, Hull-born singer and songwriter, Carrie Martin, returns to the Milton Rooms Studio with her beautiful voice and acoustic guitar in perfect harmony.

Carrie’s songs and singing show the influences of the likes of Eva Cassidy – a far cry from her early days fronting a rock band - and her work has won the applause of renowned guitarist Gordon Giltrap, who accompanied Carrie on her debut album.

The recently launched Ryedale Blues Club continues its series of £5 gigs at the Milton Rooms on Tuesday, November 7, at 8pm, with the Lewis Hamilton Band.

Since their formation in 2010, they have played more than 500 shows from Shetland to Slovenia, and appeared at most of the UK’s biggest blues festivals.

As a guitarist, Lewis takes influence from people like Jimi Hendrix and Rory Gallagher. He also incorporates playing styles from more modern blues-rock musicians such as Joe Bonamassa.

The band’s third album Ghost Train has brought top reviews. Lewis was also nominated as Best Young Artist in 2014 and 2015 in the British Blues awards.

On Friday, November 10, at 7.30pm, the Milton Rooms welcomes the Red Dirt Skinners - the first act to achieve accolades at both the British Blues and the British Country Music Awards, plus the distinction of finalists in the Folk category for the UK Songwriting Awards.

Husband and wife duo, Rob and Sarah Skinner, offer a refreshingly different approach to music-making with no tie to any particular music category. They draw on influences from folk, country, blues, americana, jazz and everything in between.

Their sublime genre-crossing musicianship, comfortably blending exceptional harmonies with Sarah’s trademark soprano saxophone solos and Rob’s intricate guitar work, creates a full band sound.

Tickets for all events are available at or from the box office on 01653 696240.