Debbie Bond New Single and UK Tour Dates
Debbie Bond UK Tour Dates
June 16, Friday, Worthenbury. Goin’ Up The Country Blues and Roots Club
June 17, Saturday, Durham. Durham Blues Festival
June 18, Sunday, Cleethorpes. Cleethorpes Blues Festival
June 22, Thursday, Coalville. Hardtail Blues Club
June 24, Saturday, Billericay. Blues at Barleylands
June 26, Monday, Cherington. Cherington Arms
June 28, Wednesday, Sevenoaks. Performing at the Stag Community Arts Centre as part of the Sevenoaks Summer Festival
July 1, Saturday, London. Brooks Blues Bar at the Sound Lounge
July 4, Tuesday, Worthing. Worthing Pier
July 5, Wednesday, Bristol. The Old Duke
July 8, Saturday, Wales. TBC
July 11,Tuesday, Hooley. Tuesday Night Music Club
July 14,Friday, Bridgend. Working Mens Hall, Blaengarw
July 15, Saturday, Marlborough. Marlborough International Jazz Festival.
July 16, Sunday, Marlborough. Jazz gospel service.
July 19,Wednesday, Northampton. The Malt Shovel.
July 21, Friday, Upton. Upton Blues Festival
July 24, Monday, Oxford. Famous Monday Blues at the Jericho Tavern
July 28, Friday, Lichfield. The Pokey Hole Blues Club
July 30, Sunday, Gloucester. Gloucester Rhythm & Blues Festival.
August 4, Friday, Luton. Bear Club / Mill Yard Jazz and Blues
August 6, Sunday, Bridgwater. Bar Brunel
August 10, Thursday, Cropredy. Cropredy Fringe Festival at the Brasenose Arms
August 13, Sunday, Penrith. Lowther Folk Roots Festival
August 17, Thursday, Bristol. The Bristol Fringe. August 20, Sunday, Stevenage. Blues at the Red at the Red Lion. August 24, Thursday, Tring. The Blues Bar Tring
August 25, Friday, Tunbridge Wells. The Cross Keys
August 27, Sunday, Market Rasen. Original Sunday Blues at the Hope Tavern
August 29, Tuesday, London (Oxford Street). The 100 Club.
Debbie Bond; always blows in the wind of Alabama blues with the combination of sweet and soulful vocals and the cascading keys from her partner Rick Asherson who also co-wrote ‘Winds Of Change’ a single that is powerful, political and perfect for the trouble times the world is navigating through at the moment. This is not the personal it is looking at the bigger picture, our precious delicate planet whose nature needs to be respected and nurtured so that balance is re-gained. The vocals howl with passion and rage. We need to listen and take action to hear the voices of the disposed, under-privileged and address climate change now before it is too late.
Once again Debbie has captured the spirit of the Blues and distilled the music to send our a message for today. This is not historical blues looking back but modern blues looking forward urging us to look, and take action for change. Winds of Change, passionate, relevant modern a blues holler demanding to be heard – make a date in your diary to see Debbie play live you will be delighted.
This is what Bluesdoodles said about Debbie & Rick at Blues On The Farm 2016 – With lots of bands for me to listen to I was not disappointed by Debbie Bond, from Alabama. She bought to the stage skillful guitar playing and a great array of songs from her current album. With Rick ‘Radiator’ on harp and keys playing a wonderful bass left hand. Augmented by Ray Carless on Sax and the re-appearance of Sam Kelly on drums. Debbie has a style of blues that makes you smile as she sings some great lyrics loved The Wishbone Song. In between the music talking in a friendly chatty way as we learnt about the strength and depth of Blues in Alabama, waving the flag for that state this year following on from Lisa Mills in 2014.
Watch the lyric Video below.
The single is available for download if you would like to buy a copy. We are donating proceeds to a number of environmental and social justice organisations.
Last year at Blues on The Farm Bluesdoodles caught up with Debbie for an interesting chat about music and life read what we talked about HERE.
Bluesdoodles Review of her CD – Enjoy The Ride