SOME top musicians will help Otley Courthouse give a rocking welcome to 2016.

Soulful singer-songwriter Cam Penner, joined by multi-instrumentalist Jon Wood, will take the stage at the venue on January 22.

The Canadian's gritty blend of folk and blues has produced five albums to date, including his latest, breakthrough collection entitled To Build A Fire, which received rave reviews.

Material from Cam's forthcoming album, Sex And Politics, will feature in the Courthouse performance, which starts at 8pm. Tickets cost £10 or £12.

Bob Dylan and folk fans, meanwhile, can enjoy a trip back to the 1960s at the Courthouse on January 30.

Positively Fourth Street: Songs From The Village is a celebration of the musical melting pot that was Greenwich Village in New York during a decade that produced some of the world’s finest, most provocative, lyrical and poetic music.

Featuring footage and songs from the period, including the legendary likes of Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Joni Mitchell, the show is a multi-media event.

The performance begins at 8pm and tickets cost £12 or £10.

Visit, or call 01943 467466 to book tickets for any forthcoming shows at the Courthouse, or pop into the venue.