Three hard-rocking space-blues acts land in London this month for a space-blues extravaganza.
In the spirit of their recent shows at The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, three contrasting yet perfectly complimenting bands – all hard-rocking space-blues giants – hit the ‘big smoke’ with a triple-header show.
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The Troy Redfern Band
Having Deb Bonham and Robert Plant open for him in 2016, Troy Redfern’s star has since been rising fast in the blues world, and the buzz has continued to build through 2017 with the release of his critically acclaimed album ‘Dirt Blues Ritual’. The Troy Redfern Band delivers an exciting high-energy blues set, fusing power, searing musicianship and ferociously creative spontaneity.
Jack J Hutchinson’s Boom Boom Brotherhood
Jack J Hutchinson is a London-based guitarist and singer songwriter. Described by Classic Rock Blues Magazine as ’one to watch’, Jack was born to sing soul and blues. He is a two-time British Blues Awards finalist.
The Mike Ross Band
With a reputation for incendiary live band shows and powerful yet intimate solo performances, Mike has previously worked with not only Black Crowes founder and guitarist Rich Robinson but also outlaw country legend Steve Earle. He leads a three piece band of rock-solid drums and searing Hammond, with his unmistakable stream-of-consciousness guitar playing and powerful emotive singing.
The Troy Redfern Band, Jack J Hutchinson’s Boom Boom Brotherhood and the Mike Ross Band play Putney’s legendary Half Moon on Tuesday 26th September. Tickets: £12 + bf. Doors: 8pm. tickets.halfmoon.co.uk