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We are excited to be starting live music back at The Bedford again, however, due to the Covid-19 situation, we have had to make some fundamental changes to the way the evenings run in order to make sure the environment is safe for everyone.

Tonight’s show is FREE entry, but everyone needs to book in advance – there will be a ticket link below – Sadly we have limited capacity and no ability for people to walk in and stand, everyone needs to have a seat, There will of course be a full menu and table service throughout the night to look after you all.

For anyone unable to make it in person we will be streaming the show live (our 17th year of live streaming) via the facebook page – www.facebook.com/thebedfordpub

Doors open at 7pm and we ask everyone to come early enough and stay long enough to enjoy all the performances, as we are unable to use a table for other people  if you arrive late, leave early or aren’t able to make it. Thank you for understanding

This evening we have live music from:




7:30pm - MILES HORN

Miles Horn is a soul-bearing singer-songwriter from London. There’s no place he would rather be than on stage with a Fender strat around his neck, captivating an audience with his distinctive warm and powerful baritone vocals.

Miles is influenced by artists like Sam Fender, Lewis Capaldi and James Bay. Because of his parents’ record collection, Miles is, he admits, ‘still fairy addicted’ to all the classic 60s and 70s singer-songwriters, from David Bowie and Rod Stewart to Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. Lyrically Miles finds thought-provoking ways to analyse love, loss and the human condition.

Miles studied Psychology in Cambridge but following a short stint working at a record label in London he took the brave leap to becoming a musician full-time. After cutting his teeth playing in pubs, bars and student unions, Miles sold out London’s Servant Jazz Quarters completely independently, and racked up critical acclaim from BBC Introducing Oxford and Hype Machine blogs.

2019 saw Miles take a writing trip to Nashville, working with signed writers and honing his songwriting skills. His recent single ‘Floating In Space’ caught the eye of Sofar Sounds and was added to their global Spotify playlist. Now with backing from Help Musicians UK, and with an exciting arsenal of new material up his sleeve, the future looks very bright for this talented troubadour.

Find out more HERE



South West based artist, songwriter and online music phenomenon Daisy Clark writes and performs mesmerising acoustic/indie/pop music with both raw, stripped back songs to upbeat, soulful numbers. Her melodic narratives are both moving and uplifting with vulnerable heartfelt lyrics.

Having first caught the attention of fans when she released her mesmerising cover of ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’ on YouTube in 2016, rapidly garnering millions of views. One of her most recent covers of Billie Eilish’s ‘Bellyache’ caught the attention of Billie herself, who said, “she has the kind of voice you just want to listen to. Sing me to sleep, Daisy.”

She has performed festival slots at Boardmasters, Tunes In The Dunes, Hampton Court Palace Festival and Leopalooza, as well as performances at the Royal Albert Hall and Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club. Earlier this year, her single ‘I Don’t Look Like Her’ received support from BBC Introducing on International Women’s Day, and her covers of ‘Complicated’ and ‘Falling For You’ were played on Love Island Australia.

Daisy’s latest single release ‘Battle Scars’ is regarded as a UK favourite for distributor SPINNUP and was recently played on Soho Radio as part of their ‘new music favourites’.

Find Out More HERE