Sunday, 17 January 2010

More Local Gig Info

Blues Connection playng at Mousehole, Friday 29th January

My good friends Blues Connection are playing close to my home once again on the 29th of January.  The venue is the Ship Inn at Mousehole just the other side (west) of Newlyn and Penzance.  Well worth getting out to see/hear, the Ship also serves up a decent pint and dishes up a good meal if you want to make a full evening of it.

As you may have guessed from their name, this is a blues band!  It's a blues-rock quartet.

Blues Connection are:-

Scott “Maltloaf” Jeffery, fronting the band with his belting vocal technique, has been part of the Cornish music scene for many years and has lead many a good local group. He is a well-known and popular singer throughout Cornwall.

Phil Jones on guitar has been in the past an international artist, touring extensively across the UK and Europe, supporting the likes of Jools Holland, Buddy Guy and Otis Rush. Of recent times he has played for a good number of local bands - The Hothouse Playboys, The Cadillac Kings and Wammajamma to mention a few.

Emma Spires on bass guitar is an experienced musician who has played with many blues and rock outfits, including Mississippi Burning, Crosstown Traffic and Ragtime Millionaires.

Mark Wilkin on drums has played for a wide range of artists including Bill Bailey, Boney M, George McCrae, Brix Smith, Noctorum, Adrian Borland (The Sound) and Rosebud Choir.

See you there, don't be late.

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