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A four piece blues rock powerhouse that never fails to win over their audience as they take them on a rollercoaster ride of original music that pays tribute to the blues rock classics that have influenced this band.
In the five years they have been together the band have released 3 albums, included in Classic Rock blues magazine top albums of the year and have enjoyed airplay on BBC Radio 2 Paul Jones Blues Show. With a work ethic second to none the band have clocked up 4 extensive and successful Polish tours, tours in Holland, Germany and Norway and played all the major UK blues festivals.
The band take no prisoners, reeling in the audience and giving off so much energy the crowd have no choice but to bathe in the reflected glory of four musicians letting it rip and giving their heart and soul to the performance. There are no airs or graces or niceties – gutsy rock n roll and with memorable melodies, sweet harmonies and a powerhouse rhythm section – an absolutely refreshing and life affirming experience that only a truly phenomenal performance can bring.
Auld Mans Baccie are an acoustic duo playing roots, Americana, and traditional blues music. Consisting of Davey (the Reverend Curtis Humbucker) Curtis Vocals and Guitar and Nick (the Baptist) Phillips on slide. Playing an eclectic mix of Delta, Chicago, and Gospel foot tapping beer drinking music along with a growing number of self penned songs. Currently playing around the north east blues scene with regular appearances at the Harbour View Blues Club and the Rosedene Acoustic Sessions the lads are gaining a good following and are regularly asked to host guest spots.
“Detroit-born Malone has been making quite an impact on the European concert and festival circuit during the past few years and this earthy performer's sixth album is a gem of the highest order, boasting some compelling original material delivered by a finely honed band steeped in the spirit of blues.
The singer-guitarist's vocals may be eerily reminiscent of Paul Rodgers of Free and Bad Company fame on tracks such as Living The Blues and Under Pressure but he's a major talent in his own right too, and Stand or Fall should be an essential purchase for blues enthusiasts everywhere."
Hot Tin Roof. Formed in 2011, Hot Tin Roof is an Edinburgh-based guitar trio. Andy McKay-Challen (acoustic guitar and vocals) Gavin Jack (electric lead guitar) and Kenny Miller (Cajon) play stripped back atmospheric blues/soul. The trio gigs weekly around Scotland (primarily Edinburgh & Glasgow) and their distinct sound has been well received both in and outside the thriving underground Scottish blues scene.