Marlow’s own open air music festival is promising something for everyone with a section fitting to the current music trends.

It offers an array of established groups, popular local bands, the latest rising stars and entertainment for children.

Headlining the event this weekend is The Echo. Singer Steve Daniels tells me all about the band: “We got together about two and a half years ago, we’ve all played in other bands before. Three of us were in a tribute band for The Who.

“We got together and we decided we wanted to do British music, British guitar music if you like, but wider than one band. We wanted to play a lot of music that we remember from our early 20s. We play music that goes back to the 1960s, the golden age of guitar bands, all the way up to bands like Arctic Monkeys. There’s a line of British guitar music right up to the present day which we like.”

The Echo play music from The Jam, The Who, The Stranglers, Blur, Elvis Costello, The Clash, The Small Faces, David Bowie and Ocean Colour Scene.

After being part of the line-up in recent years and receiving such a warm response from the crowds they are delighted to headline and will be supported by The Stormflies, Agnetha and Frida, Space Elevator, Charlie Leavy and more.

Marlow Bottom Playing Fields, Burford Close, Marlow Bottom, SL7 3NF, Saturday, June 25, midday until 10pm. Details: 020 7427 2110