Kirk Fletcher and Friends turn The Tunnels Blue

  Kirk Fletcher and Friends turn The Tunnels Blue Sunday night in Bristol. Kirk Fletcher and Friends turn The Tunnels Blue.  The Sunday night buzz was full of warmth as friends and lovers of live music came together. This was our Sunday experience of light, music and being uplifted.   With Ruzz Guitar’s Blues Revue … Read more…

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Elles Bailey Scorching Debut Album Wildfire

Elles Bailey Scorching Debut Album Wildfire Wildfire, perfectly captures in a word the burning power of Elles Bailey’s vocals and stage presence as she sings blues that have captured in its blue flame, country, roots and soul. The voice is smoky with textures and tones that pulls out lyrics and coats them in Elles special … Read more…

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Double Bill of Blues Delights, Kirk Fletcher Then Mud Morganfield

Double Bill of Blues Delights, Kirk Fletcher Then Mud Morganfield Memories and the music that is the sound portrait of his father. More Blues within the jazz with a double bill of blues delights, Kirk Fletcher followed by Mud Morganfield. Starting the late afternoon helping of the blues, Kirk Fletcher with Jonny Henderson on Hammond … Read more…

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Robben Ford Bringing Blues to Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival

Robben Ford Bringing Blues to Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival   Colston Hall over the weekend is filled with music, from the foyer to the main stage. Opening Saturday afternoon Robben Ford’s guitar and vocals were joined by Hammond Organ supremo Jonny Henderson and jazz/blues drumming wizard Evan Jenkins.  This was Robben Ford bringing blues to … Read more…

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Matt Schofield ~ Far As I Can See – CD Review

Matt Schofield Far As I Can See Mascot Label Group Far as I Can See is a stylish album masterfully produced and played with style and panache, confirming once again that Matt Schofield is the real deal when it comes to modern-day electric blues guitarists. He takes from the past the bends, shapes and then … Read more…

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