A popular musician is set to perform with his new band in Kidderminster this weekend. 

Tim Bowness is primarily known as vocalist and co-writer with the band No-Man, a long-running collaboration with Steven Wilson. 

He has released seven studio albums and collaborated with a number of musicians including Mercury Prize-nominated Banco De Gaia and Robert Fripp. 

Mr Bowness along with his new band Butterfly Mind, featuring Matt Stevens, John Jowitt, Andy Edwards and Rob Groucutt, will be performing solo and No-Man songs at 45 Live on Saturday, January 20. 

The renowned saxophonist and flautist Theo Travis, of Robert Fripp, Soft Machine, David Sylvian and Steven Wilson, will be providing support and joining the band on stage.

The doors open at 7pm with the band set to take to the stage from 7.45pm to 9.45pm. 

Entry to the event costs £20. 

The band’s January 27 show at London’s Hope and Anchor has sold out.