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North East England
Hall of Fame
John Peel OBE, 1939 - 2004
Linton Festival of Music & Ale
18th - 20th June 2004
The Alma Inn, Linton, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire, England
Eugene Hideaway and the Little Big Horns
From Houston Texas, Eugene has built his reputation on the road touring the
world. One of the rising stars in the blues world, a superb musician and
songwriter and gifted with a soulful voice that echo's the late Sam Cooke. The
horn section was provided by Gloucestershire's own 'Little Big Horns'.
Check out more details of Eugene here.
Otis Grand and his Big Blues Band
Otis Grand has pioneered the big band blues sound over the last few years,
starting with a west coast R&B band and now moving into his present guitar led
Big City style Blues. For the past ten years Otis has received a number of
Awards including UK Blues Guitarist of the year (1990-96), Best Blues Albums,
Best Band and nominations to the prestigious W C. HANDY Blue in Memphis, Tenn.
regular winner of the UK blues guitarist and blues band award, Otis gives
stinging blues guitar in the
style of BB King, T-bone Walker and Stevie Ray.
"Otis plays the
like I used to
when I was young"
BB King, Gosport
Festival England 1994.
Check out more details of Otis here.
Otis is seen here with vocalist Jimmy Thomas. For more
information on Jimmy Thomas see:
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