The Milk Men Bringing Full Phat Blues To Your House

The Milk Men Bringing Full Phat Blues To Your House     The Milk Men Bringing Full Phat Blues To Your House. This debut album produced by guitarist Adam Norsworthy is rich and creamy blues. Adam taking time out of driving wild horses with The Mustangs is now on a milk float with talented musicians. … Read more…

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Sunday 24th January Equals Rock & Blues – Skegness

Sunday 24th January Equals Rock & Blues – Skegness   Back to the Church of live music on Sunday the last day of Skegness Rock and Blues weekend and what a way to start; Babajack back on REDS after raising the roof last year with their unique talented re-working of blues roots music the Babajack way!  … Read more…

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Blues On The Farm 2015

Overview: A weekend that was crammed with delights for your taste buds and musical ear and the weather was kind. Whether you like a hot cup of tea, a summer fruity jug of Pimms or real ale and cider the liquid refreshment was available on tap and consumed with relish by the number of empty … Read more…

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CD Review: Laurence Jones ~ What’s It Gonna Be

  Laurence Jones What’s It Gonna Be Ruf Records Release Date 13th April   Opening with the title track the self-assured opening guitar and vocals tells you this album is gonna be – a maturing Laurence Jones putting down on the recording the music he has been playing on the road and reflects the honing … Read more…

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CD Review: Mick Simpson ~ Unfinished Business

Mick Simpson Unfinished Business Mad Ears Production I always listen to an album a couple of times before I review, this one is no different and with every re-airing of Unfinished Business I find another quirky lick and hidden depths this is an album that delves deep into Mick’s musical lexicon of delights, with the … Read more…

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