Teresa James finds her soul Here In Babylon

Pianist and vocalist Teresa James is back with her band, the Rhythm Tramps, for her tenth album, Here in Babylon. Teresa is often compared to Bonnie Raitt but she has a sound which is very much her own: a silkier, more soulful timbre. Her output is usually based across the roots, blues, gospel and soul landscape, … Read more…

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Peter V’s Blues Train Never Running Out Of Time

Peter V‘s Blues Train is a band that has been building quite a following over the pond and could well make a splash over here with their latest release, Running Out of Time. Now in his early 50s, Peter Veteska (hence Peter V) was born in Manhattan. A self-taught musician influenced by Derek And The Dominos, Alvin … Read more…

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Ian Siegal All The Rage Playing The Tunnels

Tonight once again Ian Siegal delivered. His music is rooted in blues, American folk music shaped and honed by influences and delivered with his style no wonder he is All The Rage! Plus a big Thank you for introducing The Dawn Brothers to UK audiences

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Self titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights

Self-titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights. This album surely also is a new dawn in the musical journey of a young man with a bucket load of talent. Playing slide and fingerpicking on acoustic and resonator guitars giving a depth and variation of tones and textures. When you need time out, time to sit and think, time to contemplate or reflect this album is the perfect accompaniment.

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Richard Townend and the Mighty Bosscats Trump them all with God Bless America

Richard Townend, for the uninitiated, was a professional musician graduating from Leeds College of Music in 1986 where he studied guitar and composition. After graduating, he toured throughout the UK with the likes of Ronnie Corbett, Charlie Drake, Les Denis, Dana, The Platters and Tony Christie. He became, perhaps unsurprisingly disillusioned with the professional music scene until, a few … Read more…

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Twenty-Five Years Touring Ian Siegal Performs Tonight

Twenty-Five Years Touring Ian Siegal Performs Tonight     Ian Siegal 2wenty5ive Years touring reaching a Pinnacle tonight at The Convent near Stroud. Ian Siegal has been on the road for Twenty Five years, the format may change, solo, trio or the current four-piece band he delivers music that defies capturing in a box it … Read more…

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Barry Middleton – Musicman, Promoter and so much more

Our tribute to our friend and veteran music promoter Barry Middleton who died on Saturday April 25, at his home just four days before his 68th birthday. Barry Middleton, known personally by many musicians and music lovers in Nottingham, Shropshire and beyond in addition he had a profound impact on people who came to listen … Read more…

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