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* Gigs: Summer Blues at The Watering Hole
Posted Jun 06, 2004 - 04:24 PM
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Music Two great blues bands will be appearing this summer at the Watering Hole on Perranporth Beach...

First are the Blue Bishops (featuring ex-Wishbone Ash bassist, Martin Turner), on Friday, 18/06

"... The Bishops spend most of their playing time in Europe, where the harder, rocky edge of their blues style has a wide cross over appeal. They appear regularly in Holland and Belgium. Their Belgian festival appearances include the Swing Festival in Wespelaar , the Blues Parade in Peer, and more recently a very successful appearance in one of the prime open air slots at the world renowned Gent Festival, which had over 2 million people attend over its ten day period this year...."

Click here for more info on the Blue Bishops

The following month will see the Honeyboy Hickling Band, on Friday, 16/07

"... His harp technique, honed through years of touring and recording, combined with a live wire stage presence and a voice that can justifiably be described as "authentic", have won over an ever increasing fan base, united in their conviction that when it comes to the thing he does, nobody does it better. ..."

Click here for more info on Honeyboy Hickling

For more info on the Watering Hole: 01872 572888

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