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John Peel OBE, 1939 - 2004

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BJ's Rock-In-The-Blues-Club
The Minstrel, Eaves Green Road, Chorley, PR7 3PF
Every Thursday evening from 9.30pm
Admission Free

Band and gig info' from Lucas Campbell on mob 0784 221 5346
(email: rockintheblues@btinternet.com)
 


September 2014 Gigs
 

   4th Sept 2014
 
- DOCTOR TRUTH   - Blues/Soul
   11th Sept 2014
 
- THE SHAKERS   - Blues/Rock
   18th Sept 2014
 
- RHYTHM ZOO   - Blues
   25th Sept 2014
 
- TIN PAN ALLEY   - Blues/Rock


Our aim is 'Keeping Live Music Alive'

We provide a platform for bands in a friendly atmosphere with appreciative audiences. Some of the bands that started out and played at BJ's on a regular basis have found success. All the bands that play at BJ's get a great reception and always want to return and it remains fully booked for a year ahead. The venue provides a mixed genre of blues based music to suit all tastes... so if you like a variety come and join us!
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Reviews

Stealer, 28th August 2014

STEALER are a four piece rock/blues cover band that pride themselves on performing authentic renditions of the vintage bands from the 60’s and 70’s. They do it with a no-nonsense matter of fact approach.  Steve Clegg lead vocal and frontman for the band is a veteran vocalist who thrives on the pub rock scene and the intimacy of the audience, he engages them with a little light banter has he introduces cover after classic cover.   Steve G on lead guitar is a class musician his rendition of Parisienne Walkway’s amongst others was spot on.  Steve B is their bass player and backing vocalist, he has a relaxed manner and his bass line on Keep on Running was brilliant, alongside him completing the rhythm section was Anthony Da Souza a hell of a drummer and he kept it together for the band, White Room, and Substitute and Fool For Your Loving stood out for me.  The classic covers kept coming, in their second set, The Seeker, Rosalee, and Wishing Well, and a lot more just fantastic.  This band gives you a show, the audience wanted more, and the band went home happy playing to a crowd that appreciates its classics.

Keith Blackledge

National and International Music Reviewer.

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