Eric Bibb, born and raised in New York, with over forty albums and more than fifty years on stage, is one of the biggest names in the international blues world today, and the accolades as one of the world's foremost acoustic blues guitarists are constantly recurring.

He has toured the world for more than twenty-five years, has been nominated twice for a Grammy in the USA and received numerous other international awards, such as the award for acoustic blues album of the year from The Blues Foundation in Memphis 2017 & 2022 and "Blues Act Of The Year" at the Jazz FM Awards in London 2019. In 2022, Eric also received the City of Stockholm's honorary award in music.

His father, the late Leon Bibb, was an activist, actor, and folk singer who marched at Selma with Dr. Martin Luther King. Eric’s youth was spent immersed in the Village folk scene. Names like Dylan, Baez, and Seeger were visitors to his home. He was deeply influenced by Odetta, Richie Havens, and Taj Mahal. And he has synthesized all of that into his very own style.

Eric has collaborated with greats such as Mavis & Pops Staples, Taj Mahal, Odetta, Bonnie Raitt, The Blind Boys of Alabama and The Dixie Hummingbirds. In 2019, he played to sold-out houses for a week at the legendary Ronnie Scott's in London, when Van Morrison was also Eric's guest on one of the nights.

Eric Bibb has announced details of his new album Ridin’ (on March 24, 2023) The follow-up to his multiple award-winning, critically acclaimed 2021 album Dear America, Ridin’ is a continuation of the vision that informs Bibb’s artistry as a modern-day Blues troubadour. Grounded in the folk and blues tradition with contemporary sensibilities, Bibb’s music continues to reflect his thoughts on current world events and his own lived experiences whilst remaining entertaining, uplifting, inspirational and relevant. 

They say that good things come to those who wait. A little over a year after their launch, you could say that Cardinal Black are testament to the power of patience, thought and persistence.

A debut #1 single and E.P.; a first gig to a hometown capacity crowd at Cardiff Castle; back-to-back sold out Academy tours with Myles Kennedy, then The Struts; a highly-anticipated debut album, heralded by a live set recording in the Beatles’ legendary Studio Two at Abbey Road in London. An eventful 12 months for any band. It takes years, so the saying goes, to become an overnight success…

Rewind to 2010 and the Welsh-born trio of Tom Hollister, Chris Buck and Adam Roberts were riding a wave of hype, hotly-tipped by some of the biggest names in rock - most notably Steve Winwood who invited the band to record at his storied Wincraft Studios. A triumphant live set at Sonisphere was followed by a flight across the Atlantic to begin work on their first record, with veteran manager Alan Niven (Guns N’ Roses) at the helm. The lure of the U.S. proved irresistible to the nascent trio but, as is often the case, expectation rarely mirrors reality and the band struggled to adapt to the new country, culminating in singer Tom Hollister unexpectedly calling time on the band before returning to the U.K.

“We tried to do the acrimonious split; creative differences and all that. We then quickly realised we were fairly reliant on one another,” says Buck.

In the decade that followed, the lifelong friends cut their own individual paths whilst remaining close. Most notable has been the well-earned rise of guitarist Chris Buck, named in 2019 as ‘Best New Guitarist in the World’, who has forged a reputation as one of the most inventive and recognisable guitar players in music; winning plaudits from peers and the industry’s most iconic players alike. Drummer Adam Roberts found work as a first-call session player, whilst vocalist Tom Hollister moved into tour management - the three maintaining their musical connection by sporadically meeting up to perform together.

It was just a matter of time then, before they were ready to make new music again. The writing and recording of new material began in 2020, under the name Cardinal Black, bolstered by the arrival of bassist Sam Williams.

After announcing themselves with debut single ‘Tell Me How It Feels’ in May 2021, it was less than 24 hours before the track toppled Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds to take the #1 spot in the iTunes Rock Single Chart. Their 4-track eponymous E.P. quickly followed, also claiming the #1 spot on both the iTunes Rock Album Chart and Amazon Rock Best Sellers Chart. The debut album ‘January Came Close’ was released on October 28th 2022 and within 24 hours had also reached #1, this time on UK’s Amazon Album Chart - besting Taylor Swift’s new album in the process.

In November, the band were tapped by guitar icon Peter Frampton, joining him on his Farewell UK tour and playing to capacity crowds including London’s prized Royal Albert Hall. In 2023, the band will once again embark on a nationwide tour including European dates and festival appearances.

They may have taken the scenic route but Cardinal Black are finally here, and they've got plenty of stories to tell.

Since bursting on to the UK Blues scene with their debut record ‘The Uprising EP’ in April 2019 followed by their second EP ‘Innocence Of Youth’ in May 2020, Grace and Aaron have been going from strength to strength. The British husband and wife duo have an ever-growing online fan base and have gained the attention of Cerys Matthews’ The Blues Show on BBC Radio 2.

Their unique harmonic vocal-led approach to song writing, dirty electric guitar, slide resonator mandolin and fiddle create a unique distinctive and contemporary blues rock sound that echoes 1970s classic rock with hints of the 1930s blues that inspire them. Before lockdown, the duo toured the UK in their self-converted VW camper with an impressive tour schedule. Since the lockdown, the duo live stream on Facebook every Saturday at 8pm BST for their ‘Rock The Lockdown’ series attracting hundreds of thousands of views on a weekly basis. Fan engagement is second to none, while WRM fans continue to organically multiply on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

On November 20th, 2020, the duo released their long-awaited debut album ‘We Fly Free’, to critical acclaim from the UK radio and rock music magazine media. Chris Kimsey, the Rolling Stones record producer praised the album saying that “The performances are exemplary, the sound is magnificent, the songs are gorgeous. I love the drama. I love everything.” In October, WRM’s first single from the album, ‘Battleground’, was added to the main playlist on the UK’s leading classic rock radio station Planet Rock. In late November, the band followed up with a second single, ‘Did I Break The Law’, that was played on BBC Radio 2’s The Rock Show with Johnnie Walker. The single was also played on Planet Rock throughout December 2020 and into January 2021.

The UK rock music press were unanimous by praising ‘We Fly Free’ as one of the most striking, refreshing, and impressive debut blues rock albums of 2020. Classic Rock said of the band’s debut, “Wheel-spinning out of Dodge like Bonnie and
Clyde on opener ‘Did I Break The Law’, Grace and Aaron Bond prove capable getaway drivers on a debut album that unfolds like a road movie,” while Blues in Britain described it as “A stunning album of pure alchemy.” Vive Le Rock said that ‘We Fly Free’ was “urban blues with the brakes off,” and gave the album with a 9/10 rating, while Guitarist Magazine described at album as “electrifying, it’s a great debut.” Fireworks Magazine praised it as “One of the best blues
rock albums of the year.”

On October 26th , ‘Battleground’ won “Tracks of the Week” on Classic Rock’s Louder Sound website, who described it as “Primal old-school blues (more John Lee Hooker than Stevie Ray Vaughan) – dressed up in biker leathers and wreathed in arthouse smoke.” November 2020 saw two more accolades when WRM graced the magazine covers of Blues Matters and Blues in Britain featuring stylish and provocative photographs taken by one of the UK’s leading rock photographers, Rob Blackham. Blues Rock Review voted ‘We Fly Free’ #9 in their Top 20 Albums of 2020 poll. The album was also made Rock and Blues Muse’s “Top 20 Blues, Rock and Roots Albums of 2020,” alongside Joe Bonamassa, Larkin Poe, Walter Trout, Shemekia Copeland, The Allman Betts Band, Marcus King, Kirk Fletcher, Savoy Brown, Bernard Allison, and King King. When Rivers Meet’s debut album cemented their name and signified a bold move in their trajectory that singled them out as innovative risk takers, willing to take their influences, and putting their own stamp over it.

After two years of hard work, everything came together. The WRM buzz was in full swing. Guitarist Magazine, was quick to catch on to this when he reviewed the debut album by saying, “It’s a tough job to make a new blues-based record that really arrests the listener’s attention, however, WRM’s sound is built of simple but powerful elements, handled with taste but delivered from the gut.” The music magazine reviews continued to pour in. HRH Magazine proclaimed, “For blues lovers, ‘We Fly Free’ is a purist’s paradise,” while Powerplay Magazine said, “They may be a duo, but they make a big noise.” Maverick Magazine said, “This is the start of what should be a hugely successful career, while RNR Magazine focussed on the album’s production standards by saying, “The use of authentic techniques, including tube tape echoes and reverbs, adds to the overall production, reproducing a splendid live, vintage sound that reinforces the appeal.”

When Rivers Meet released their third single ‘Walking On The Wire’ on 26 th February 2021. The single had an exclusive 24-hour premiere on on Thursday 25th February. The music video was filmed in North Essex accompanied with stunning aerial footage and cinematography courtesy of a drone. When Rivers Meet were recently nominated in four categories at the UK Blues Awardsincluding “Emerging Blues Artist of the Year”, “Blues Band of the Year”, “Blues Album of the Year”, and “Most Inspirational Online Performance of the Year”. Winners will be announced in May 2021. In October 2021, When Rivers Meet will be very special guests on King King’s 8-date October UK tour. In April 2022, the band will embark on their first nationwide headline UK tour.

To an artist without the creative energy and laser-focused determina1on of Elles Bailey, it could all have been very different. But when you're the hardest-working woman in blues, rock and roots music, not even the tumultuous world events of the past two years were going to stop you from wri1ng several new chapters in a remarkable story.

The Bristol-based singer, songwriter and bandleader, who has powered her way to the forefront of the Bri1sh blues and roots scene in recent years, is excited to unveil her eagerly-awaited third album Shining in the Half Light. Crammed with vibrant originals brought to life with her A-list band, it's yet another significant step forward in a career already feted with awards and acclaim generated by her two previous studio sets, 2017's Wildfire and 2019's Road I Call Home.

Shining in the Half Light arrives on the heels of Bailey's typically extensive autumn tour of the UK and such preview tracks as 'Cheats and Liars' and 'Sunshine City.' For anyone who loves their combina1on of thought-provoking bluesiness and sassy rock, there is so much more where they come from. These are ten new tracks by an ar1st who, as she sings in 'The Game,' always dances to the beat of her own blues. She co-wrote the en1re album with a variety of collaborators and recorded it in Devon, with her band and producer Dan Weller. Tracking was completed just weeks before Elles gave birth to her first child and she sat in the hospital wai1ng room listening to mixes on the big day!

The height of the pandemic also gave rise to her series of cover version livestreams, Ain't Nothing But. The ensuing record was nominated as Blues Album of the Year at the UKBlues Awards 2021, where Elles was named UK Blues Ar1st of the Year for the 2nd year running. Let's also remember that Road I Call Home, recorded in Nashville, had been crowned Album of the Year at those awards, and its song 'Li[le Piece of Heaven' (wri[en with American greats Bobby Wood and Dan Auerbach) was UK Song of the Year at the UK Americana Awards 2020.

For the new listeners that Elles a[racts with every play, that voice was the silver lining of a poten1ally grave illness, when at just three years old, she contracted viral and bacterial
pneumonia, and had to breathe through a tube for 17 days. “Only with the real heavy touring did I start to really understand that it's such a big part of me,” she reflects. “I know how fortunate I am that I walked away with a husky voice. And my life.”

Aber residencies on the Bristol scene, her first EP Who I Am To Me came out in 2015, followed two years later by that full Wildfire debut. It was an exhilara1ng confirma1on of a unique talent already marking her card with passionate, visceral live shows. Two more years of touring and wri1ng later, Road I Call Home arrived as a remarkable companion with all the fire of the first set, plus maturity, perspec1ve and downright soulfulness.

Now back to the future, and the 1tle of the new album. “It's called Shining in the Half Light because there we all were, in this 1me of complete uncertainty, worry and isola1on, and yet ar1sts were s1ll pueng themselves on a screen, warts and all, and that brought people together,” says Elles. “I was so inspired by all the musicians, poets, ar1sts and everyone who were like, 'I don't quite know how to do me in this 1me, but I'm going to try anyway.' That to me is what the album is about. It is a record inspired by those who spread love in a 1me of heartbreak, happiness in a 1me of fear & connec1on in a 1me of loneliness.

Lyrically, Bailey has never pulled punches, and this 1me she's delivering knockout blows. Take 'Cheats and Liars.' “It's about the people in their ivory towers who made us feel like the arts don't really ma[er, and to go and retrain,” she says. “Thirty-eight percent of musicians, including myself, didn't get any kind of government funding, and some people lost everything. It's been so hard watching how arts has been undervalued at a 1me when that was what was bringing people together.”

For an ar1st who lives for live performance, lockdown brought its share of challenges, of course. Suddenly and unavoidably, aber gigging her way to prominence over several years, the road she called home was home. But as ever, she turned it into a posi1ve.

“It's the first full album I've made here in the UK, I was 6 months pregnant when I made it, and it was made right in the middle of lockdown,” she exclaims. “It s1ll sounds like an Elles Bailey record, but it does feel like it's expanded and been given a new perspec1ve.”

The record was made throughout December 2020, doing a week of pre-produc1on followed by nine days in Middle Farm in Devon. “It was a very different, yet exceedingly fulfilling experience,” she admits. “I've made records in Nashville and I was going to make this album there in May 2020, but obviously that couldn't happen. But I knew I had an amazing band here that could do an incredible job on this record, I just needed to find the right producer.

The search for a like-minded collaborator led her to rock producer Dan Weller, best known for his long working rela1onship with Enter Shikari. “He's not in my musical world at all, so that in itself was a huge step into the unknown” she confides. “But we cha[ed on the phone a lot through the summer, and just clicked. We both seemed to be on the same page with what we wanted to achieve from the album, and how best to go about it. I had about 40 songs, probably, and it was a case of really shaking the tree un1l we got these ten tracks. Then we just got in a room, played live and let the musicians do their thing, and built it that way.”

The musicians that feature are Joe Wilkins on guitar, Jonny Henderson on ivories, Ma[hew Waer on bass du1es and Ma[hew Jones on drums. The finishing touches were then added by ar1st Izo
Fitzroy who brought Andrusilla Mosely and Jade Elliot on board to immerse the album in their stunning, gospel-inspired backing vocals.

An exci1ng team of co-writers came on board, too, with three credits for Ash Tucker & Will Edmunds, who also wrote with Elles for Road I Call Home. She teamed with long1me guitarist Joe Wilkins to write the slow-flowing, philosophical 'Riding Out The Storm.' Other kindred spirits include guitar maestro Mar1n Harley, for the gentle and roman1c 'Different Kind Of Love,' and Ma[ Owens, co-founder of the hugely successful indie-folk oukit Noah and the Whale, on the aforemen1oned 'Sunshine City'. Alex Maile, Tamara Stewart and Bre[ Boye[ also have one each.

The album comes to a striking conclusion with its 1tle track, co-wri[en with Nashvilles, Craig Lackey, over zoom in May 2020. Its message, and its descrip1on of the 1me in which it was made, are delivered with restrained power. “Feel like we’re living where we can’t be seen,” sings Elles. “Here we are lost in the in-between, reaching out to each other through a cold glass screen, losing our grip on a dystopian dream.” As she says: “That's probably the only 1me that I was as direct as that. It's an album inspired and made in ‘lockdowns’, but I'm quite glad that it doesn't give that away too much.”

Shining In The Half Light is an album of self-realisa1on, but one that lets everyone share in its sense of realism and, ul1mately, posi1vity. “It's a new perspec1ve for me,” says Elles. “I have no idea what it would have taken to get me off the road. I think I would have found it really tough, taking 1me off to have a baby and watching everyone else s1ll doing their thing. So the fact that there was this forced stop, gave me the 1me to shib my perspec1ve, and that’s what this record is all about.

“This album has been about geeng to know who I am without the show, the stage and the splendour,” she concludes. “unraveling the layers and being ok with them, and learning to love each and every version of myself, and of course geeng to know this new version, being a mum! This whole record has been about finding a new way to do things, and seeing the blessings I have right in front of me. That's been really weight-libing and refreshing.”

Finalist 2020 UK Blues Challenge. UK Blues awards nomination best blues band for the years 2020, 2021 and 2022. The Cinelli Brothers have a passion for the music of the 1960’s, an amalgam of blues, rock and soul, and add a twist of contemporary style, making them a rising force on the music scene. Their appeal crosses all manner of boundaries, attracting a significantly younger crowd to their shows as well as pleasing the ears of older fans. Brothers Marco (guitar, keys, vocals) and Alessandro (drums, B/V’s) are joined by Tom Julian-Jones (guitar, harmonica, vocals) and Stephen Giry (bass, guitar, B/V’s). The band has released three albums to date: Babe Please Set Your Alarm (2018) Villa Juke Joint (2021) No Country For Bluesmen (2022), featuring guests on every track, including Dana Gillespie, Ian Siegal, Big Joe Louis and many up and coming stars of the British blues scene. The Cinelli Brothers tour widely in the UK and across Europe, playing clubs and festivals, delivering live shows of predominantly original material with high energy, great musicianship and showmanship. They have been nominated for UK Blues Awards and are establishing themselves as one of the leading lights of the UK blues scene. Definitely a band not

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Brave Rival are the South East’s brand-new rip-roaring rock and blues Machine. Hailing from Portsmouth, the UK Blues Award Nominated band features the powerful and beautiful twin vocals of Chloe Josephine and Lindsey Bonnick. On lead guitar, providing dramatic guitar solos and crunching rock riffs is Ed “The Shred” Clarke. And holding it all together is the rhythmic backbone, the self-proclaimed engine room of Billy Dedman (bass) and Donna Peters (drums).

Drawing influence from the likes of John Mayer, Aretha Franklin, Heart, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin and Tedeschi Trucks, Brave Rival offer a style and sound that you’ve always known, and yet never heard before.

Since their inception in the summer of 2019, Brave Rival have gone from strength to strength, featuring in Raw Ramp Magazine as one of the 'Top 20 Bands To Watch In 2020' and nominated for 'Breakthrough Act 2019' by Get Ready To Rock Radio.

At the turn of the decade, hot off the heels from supporting blues rock giants such as Stevie Nimmo and The Billy Walton Band, Brave Rival captured their raw energy live by recording their headline set to a gracious sold-out audience at Hook’s famous Echo Hotel Music Club. This fabulous set of early material was quickly released to critical acclaim as their first Live Album ‘Brave Rival Live at the Echo Hotel Music Club’. Keeping the momentum going, a Kickstarter was launched for their first studio album with the target easily reached by their loyal fanbase with time to spare. It was then time to repay that loyalty with a studio album. Little did they know however, that the world was about to change forever.

With the pandemic putting the brakes on recording plans, Brave Rival spent much of the UK Lockdowns writing new material via the power of Zoom calls and Google drive. The abundance of material produced served them well for the eventual recording of their debut album in the summer of 2021. Recorded at The Mayfair Studio in the picturesque Surrey countryside with producer/seducer Tarrant Shepherd at their side, Brave Rival’s highly anticipated debut album “Life’s Machine” arrived on May 6th 2022 to critical acclaim. Emerging Rocks Bands Magazine said it best when they described the album as “Boss blues energy from start to finish”. Similarly, Powerplay Magazine finished their ten out of ten review by saying that “Brave Rival have unleashed one lean, mean and well oiled machine!”

Tipped as one of Joe Bonamassa’s “favourite discoveries this year” the future is looking incredibly bright for this young up and coming band. A successful set on the introducing stage at the 2022 Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival in Skegness saw them win the competition, securing a deserved place on the main stage in 2023. The relentless gigging and hard work in 2021 has also paid off for the band with a UK Blues Award Nomination for Best Emerging Blues Band.

Brave Rival are a band on a meteoric rise, firing on all cylinders and are about to take the world by storm. Their unique combination of beautifully harmonic, soulful vocals, epic guitar solos, pounding drums and powerful bass serves up an infectious sound that is not to be missed.

The debut album from Beaux Gris Gris & The Apocalypse, Love & Murder, spurned Top 10 hits in genre charts across Europe. The album’s wide-reaching appeal earned it a #13 placement in the “Top 50 Albums of the year” by Classic Rock Magazine, describing it as “A sensual, vibrant cocktail”. Multi-award-winning vocalist, songwriter, & GROW VISION founder Greta Valenti is a Louisiana-born-and-bred creative with generations of family as artists and revolutionairies dating back before the Louisiana purchase. Guitarist Robin Davey was the youngest ever inductee into the British Blues Hall of Fame. He spent time as an artist on Atlantic and Interscope Records, and has recorded with a wide spectrum of artists from Mick Jagger to Katy Perry. Their rock outfit Well Hung Heart (OCMA’s Best Live Band) toured the USA opening for the likes of Fitz & The Tantrums, Twenty One Pilots, Foreigner, and Offspring. Check out BGG’s album ‘Good Times End Times’ on all digital platforms.

Crow Black Chicken have earned a reputation as one of Ireland's top blues acts. Their sound combines elements of folk and hard rock with the blues rock of bands like Gov't Mule, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Led Zeppelin.  An extremely hard working band, they have built up a strong underground following throughout Ireland, the US, and Europe with multiple well received tours and one off gigs, including a slot at Glastonbury.







Unforgettable Lyrics, Unmissable Solos, Unrivalled Rhythm.

Ramblin’ Preachers was formed by Ross Connor and James Ives. Fuelled by a passion for Blues Rock, the aim was to create original Stomping Blues with Big Riffs, Powerful Vocals, and Tasty Solos.

Backed by the tight rhythm section of Bassist, Craig Howe and Drummer, Richard Baker. The band has created a Mouth-Watering sound that is sure to get you off your seat.

The band’s eclectic sound sees them take influence from the likes of: Free, Led Zeppelin, Chris Stapleton, Rival Sons, and Philip Sayce to name a few. Their sound has seen them play shows across the UK and have shared the bill with artists such as: Jared James Nichols, Danielle Nicole, King King, and many more...

Ramblin’ Preachers are kicking up a storm... 


With roots firmly planted in the fertile ground of the South Wales rock scene, **MAN** were formed in 1968 and, pausing for a brief intake of breath in the late 1970's, continue as a recording and gigging band to this day.

Man's latest album, 'Anachronism Tango', was released by Point in February 2019, accompanied by a limited edition CD EP 'Mojo Train’.

MAN 2023 are Martin Ace, Malcolm Morley, Josh Ace, James Beck and Shane Dixon.






An International touring band with a 10 year portfolio of festival, theatre and club gigs throughout Europe, Scandinavia and the UK.

Gerry Jablonski & the Electric Band are a standout act with an energetic, no-holds-barred stageshow. They have a unique, trademark Heavy Blues Rock sound and style producing gutsy music with hooks, melodies and an intense presence that wins over any audience, anywhere, anytime. Guaranteed.







The 15 year old East Lancs rock n roll runaway Mel Outsider absconded from school to spin the waltzer cars on the fairgrounds and walked the ponies for the travelling circus.

The Lancashire based group The Mel Outsider Reformation retains the services of musical director and bassist Matt Pawson and guitarist Liam McCartan.

Dan Arnold joins on guitar alongside Mr Smith on drums, Barney Williams from The Milltown Brothers takes organ, piano & keyboard duties, Andy Morell plays sax and leads the pocket central horns and powerhouse vocalist Hayley Gaftarnick and the sublime Ellie Coast (both Leeds) are on accompanying vocals.


Over a decade ago Backbone Blues Band’s story began in a field. Two bandmates having a beer and talking music at the Blues on the Farm festival. ‘My sister’s been going to the King Biscuit Festival for years’ says one. ‘We should go!’

Later that year the fledgling band made its first trip to the Mississippi Delta, cementing a love for the music and firing a desire to make Backbone a band that plays the blues in its own style - faithful to the genre but distinctive and entertaining in its delivery. More than ten years on, and with as many trips to the Biscuit in that time, the band has earned friends and plaudits both sides of the Atlantic.

In the U.K. the band have built a reputation for delivering their blues in an entertaining and engaging style, with performances at a number of festivals and blues clubs, including the award-winning Tuesday Blues at the 100 Club. They’re already booked for the Looe festival on their return from the States, and for Blackpool’s inaugural blues festival in early ‘24. Catch them if you can, live or on record - you’ll like what you hear!


Brian was the guitar player in Belfast band, The Tearjerkers (Good Vibrations/Phonogram) who toured with Thin Lizzy, Dexy's Midnight Runners, Doll by Doll and Rachel Sweet

Brian relocated to the U.S. and played guitar on singer/songwriter Jon Lacabanne's album "Amen", The Groove Monsters debut album and Gary Stipe & Whiskey Hill’s E.P.

He formed the Brian Rawson Band eight years ago and the current line-up consists of bass player, Doug Heede, of the Scottish band, Sinister Flynn, who have released three albums to date, vocalist, Darran Anderson formerly of the bands, Davy Jones Quest and Black Friday and drummer, Adrian Treacher who has toured the UK, Europe and USA with many artists.


LONG ROAD HOME has years of collective touring and recording experience going back to the ’70s.

They have their roots firmly planted in the blues rock prog genre and have created their own sound amalgamating various musical styles.

The unplugged version of LONG ROAD HOME features Rien de Faire guitarist Steve Summers and vocalist Mike Sebbage plus former Larry Miller band and Storm Warning bassist Derek White. 

The band will be releasing their debut album this summer.


A howlin’ blues three piece - harmonica, guitar, drums – modelled after acts on the Fat Possum label such as RL Burnside and T Model Ford and in the tradition of Hound Dog Taylor and the like.

But they also throw in a good heap of Little Walter and New Orleans music, including Professor Longhair and James Booker, making for a unique mix.

They have been featured in Blues in Britain and their debut CD, a mix of originals and covers, has been getting radio airplay on blues programmes around the country and the US.

Our motto: “Work all day for money, fight all night for love.”


Half Moon Panic are a Kent based band formed in 2019.

The three piece have achieved great results since the release of their debut album “Welcome To The Small Time” in mid ‘21.

Press and radio coverage for the debut album was fantastic on a global scale, helping establish the band as one of the best newcomers to the blues rock scene.

Already a firm favourite on the Kent live scene the band have been lucky enough to support some amazing talent.


John Montana is a blues-rock guitar virtuoso, singer and songwriter hailing from Manchester, UK, known for his soulful and electrifying performances that blur the lines between traditional blues, blues-rock, funk, and soul with psychedelic elements, creating a unique sound that sets him apart.

As the frontman of The John Montana Trio, John has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the blues rock scene, including Robben Ford, Eric Gales, Beth Heart, Larkin’ Poe and Samantha Fish, among others.

The John Montana Trio, known for their energetic live performances, was also seen playing iconic venues such as The Cavern Club in Liverpool and the 100 Club in London and they are a frequent presence in the UK's thriving blues-rock scene, playing festivals and venues across the country and abroad.

Tom Killner

Raw power country, blues, southern rock and Americana delivered by four highly experienced and dedicated musicians.

Since a young age, in his native South Yorkshire, Tom has been hailed a guitar prodigy. A decade of touring the UK and the EU, to celebrate the band's 10th year, they are looking to tour new and old venues nationwide.

Described as an all round performer, whose skills are beyond his years, with nods to rock, blues, country and Americana, with southern soul infused in its core. The live performances are delivered with passion, heartfelt soul drenched musicianship and explosive drive, with guitar firepower.

Since forming the band, Tom has recorded three albums, two studio albums, a live album and an EP. This on top of appearing on recordings with Dr. John, Iggy Pop, Jeff Beck, Gary Moore.

Band – Tom Killner – Guitar and Vocals, Wes Brook – Keys / Hammond, Callum Houghton – Bass, Rich Hunter – Drums


Bison Hip were formed by long - time friends during a lockdown Zoom call in 2020.

The band are all over 50, with the exception of keyboard player and spring chicken, Stephen, clocking in at a youthful 41.

By the time they finally got together in early 2021, the blueprint was clear. "We wanted to take our love of blues and rock, then mix it up with our experiences in life" adds Paul. "Between us, we've been through so many things in life, big ups and huge downs, some successes and a whole load of failures, we wanted all of that in the music.

Lastly, we needed to wrap it all up in the DNA of our hometown, Glasgow, and hopefully that's what we've achieved".

"We've arrived at the party fashionably late, so we're making up for it now!"


The Banquets performed at Leeds’ renowned Brudenell Social Club to kick off 2023. With six scheduled new single releases every six weeks in 2023, the year will be busy. It will culminate in a 4-city tour in November (Whitby, York, Leeds, and Doncaster) to promote a December EP release. In 2019, The Banquets burst onto the music scene. Fans adore their boisterous energy and distinctive fusion of rock, indie, and country music. They are hailed by the media as “a modern-day Fleetwood Mac.”  Leon, on guitar, and Gem, on lead vocals, are a songwriting powerhouse. Lyric masterworks portray human experiences that everyone can identify with. Check out “Mary Mary” (sexuality), “Red Sky Morning” (addiction), and “Two Little Acorns” (death of a parent). The quasi-political songs “What Ya Saying” and “Restless” convey significant messages to listeners.

A BBC Introducing segment highlighted the band’s upcoming release ‘COLD WAR’, demonstrating that this is a band that is on the rise! 


Are a band based in Cheshire and Lancashire playing original blues rock material.

Described as "Rock Blues" by fans with a strong seventies genre of blues influence by artists including the amazing Rory Gallagher, Johnny Winter and Paul Rodgers.

John Angus is the founding member and songwriter and the band has evolved to become a tight, energetic outfit over the past 4 years.

In 2020 we our Heartbreak Hotel Blues was released on CD and was recorded at Prism Studios Hanley and Sun Studios Memphis. It includes our single, a very different version of Heartbreak Hotel with publishing rights by Sony ATV.

In September 2022 they released a new EP  "One More Time" and the band now consists of John Angus on lead vocals and guitar, Bram Duckworth, lead guitar, Adam Hutchins on piano and keyboards, Andy Hurley on drums, Tim Hopkins on Bass and Stewart Speirs on harmonica.