1 NATURAL Selectas are in the spotlight tonight (Friday, from 7pm) at Barrow Underground Music Society. The Ulverston duo of Spoovoy and Pat (aka Natural Selectas) bring their colossal sound system to BUMS for a dub wise christening session sure to rock the foundations. Special guest will be Somah from heavyweight collective, Unity Sessions, who drops into the Carlisle Street venue with a hefty selection of dub plates, roots and deep vibrations. Tomorrow night (Saturday) at BUMS, features The Incredible Electric Discotheque with DJ Gripper (Cafe Mambo Ibiza, Kashmir Lounge, Amsterdam) and guest DJ Justice.

2 WATER Yeat Village Hall hosts world class duo of singer Christine Collister and guitarist Michael Fix on Sunday (November 11, 8pm). Born on the Isle of Man, Christine worked as a backing vocalist with the Richard Thompson Band and went on to perform for seven years with Clive Gregson, with whom she recorded five albums. She has since worked on her own and with other artists, developing into an amazing singer and writer of folk, blues and jazz.

3 BARROW Library hosts another Get It Loud In Libraries gig tomorrow (Saturday), starring Milly Toomey, best known as Girli, a singer, songwriter and rapper based in London. She has released a number of singles and EPs, that The Guardian described as veering "between PC Music, bubblegum pop, punk and rap, each one treading a line between catchy and deliberately discomforting." Last year she toured with Declan McKenna and performed at Latitude Festival. She also had her own headline UK tour. She will be supported by Devon, a producer, singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Tickets on seetickets.com.

4 THE ELO Experience brings its Sensational Tribute to the Electric Light Orchestra Greatest Hits and More Tour 2018 to The Forum at Barrow tonight (Friday, 7.30pm). Celebrating the great and multi-selling music of Jeff Lynn and ELO, the band will perform top tunes as 10538 Overture, Evil Woman, Living Thing, Don't Bring Me Down and Mr Blue Sky. The ELO Experience 2018 tour will included the greatest hits from an extensive and impressive back catalogue spanning more than 45 years.

5 ROUTE 66 Legacy are playing the Odd Frog at Barrow tonight (Friday). The highly respected five piece was originally formed in the 1980s as Route 66 and were well known on the gig circuit far and wide. The name was changed in 2017 following the death of the founder member, Ron Crawford, and was renamed in order to honour both his and the band’s legacy. The popular Barrow band play a wide range of terrific covers songs from the 1960s, 70s and 80s with their own twist, from such artists as David Bowie, The Beatles, Status Quo, Billy Idol, and more. Saturday at the Dukes Street venue features Jon Byrne.