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Maryport Blues Festival 2008
Sunday Afternoon
27th July 2008

Ian Parker Band / Chris Farlowe and the Norman Beaker Band / Ian Siegal Band 

Ian Parker Band (UK)

Sunday was scheduled to be a party day to celebrate the ten years of the festival featuring artists who have appeared at the festival over the years.  

Ian Parker and his band opened and featured a mixture of original songs and covers. The set included Everyday I Have The Blues, I Donít Wanna Waste My Days, Something More, By Your Side, All The Time and Donít Hold Back on acoustic guitar.

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Chris Farlowe and the Norman Beaker Band (UK)
One of the UKs great soul and blues influenced singerís, Chris Farlowe took to the stage with the Norman Beaker Band and delivered a varied set of hits and blues covers. Songs included Action On You Baby, I Donít Want To Sing The Blues No More, Iíll Sing The Blues For You, Ainít No Big Deal, Handbags and Ggladrags, Lonesome Road, Standing on Shaky Ground and Out of Time.

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Ian Siegal Band (UK)

The afternoon closed with the Ian Siegal Band who opened with a tribute to Bo Diddley and then ran through thier usual set of Groundhog Blues, Sugar Rush, Hard Times, Iím A Lover Not A Fighter, Outskirts of Town and a medley of Freight Train/That's Alright. Ian played up to the crowd and produced some fine solos on his old Harmony guitars. A great way to close the Sunday afternoon session.

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