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John Peel OBE, 1939 - 2004

Red Lick Records



 

 

Max's Acoustic Blues Sessions - Kierby Park Hotel, Burnley

The Photos: Easter Weekend: Saturday 26th March 2005
SPECIAL SATURDAY EVENING SESSION


The greatest one man-blues-band in the world......
Ray Stubbs and his Amazing One Man-Blues-Band

Bookings 0191 477 482 0170

The amazing one man blues band consists of :

Bass Drum, Side Drum, Snare Drum, Garabukas, Washboard, Cow Bell, Hi-Hat, Sock Cymbals x 2, Bass Pedals, Kazoosaphone, Jug, Mississippi Whistle, Harmonica, 6 & 12 String Guitars and Vocals. The Kit is mechanically operated by head, hands and feet.
A lot more details on Ray's website

 

Plus from Scotland.... 
Mud in Your Ear
 - Allan Jones, Richie "Snakehips" O'Donnell and Gary Martin

Classic blues from the 40's and 50's

 

This was a night of 100% Proof PURE BLUES!

 

The stage was ready....

 


 


 

 

On first were the fantastic Mud in Your Ear...

 


Gary Martin, Allan Jones and Richie O'Donnell
 


 


Then the 'wall of sound' that is Ray Stubbs...
 


 


 


'Frisco leaving Birmingham'

Followed by Ray Stubbs and Mud in Your Ear...


 

 


Allan Jones: Mean vocals, spine chilling slide guitar and foot rockin' raggy blues
from the Delta, on down to the Smoky Mountains
 


Gary and his smokin' harp send shivers down your spine!
Watch out, that train's a comin'


Can you believe this... 'Walking the Dog'...
Max and Rex 'dancing'?


 


 

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