Bottleneck Blues Club

Many thanks to those who came to see the Paul Lamb and the Kingsnakes show last week.

The band were superb, however, over 25% of people who had booked did not turn up and accordingly we did not do this artist justice as to the audience that they would normally deserve. Other than having a fairly resolute intention to attend, if you are booking, please send these to me via email at the return email address. Some people aren’t bothering to book, possibly due to the spare capacity in the venue and this leaves us in a position where we don’t know where we stand in advance of the show.

Generally, the club needs a drastic boost as attendance levels are falling, so can I please ask you to pull out all of the stops to attend and tell your friends, work colleagues and family about the tremendous facility that the Bottleneck Blues Club is in providing top quality live music at an affordable price. This will help to keep the club alive.

If you have any comments as to improvements we can make in enhancing this facility, please do let me know in an email.

For this month, on Tuesday 26th November, we have the debut of the Stompin’ Dave 3. Stompin’ Dave has over 25 years experience working in this genre and has top flight musicians in his trio. “Stompin’ Dave is a master of all kinds of American Roots… a formidable musician and a true original.” Daily Telegraph.

The website address for the venue, which is near to the Roffen, is: www.george-hotel.co.uk Please enter the venue via the main front door and make your way down to the Stanley Ballroom.

Tickets £12.00, pay on the door. Bookings to me at the return email address in response to club mailings. To go on the mailing list, please use the contact form. Doors open 7.30pm, band on stage circa 8.45 pm. Good food, reasonably priced, available to eat at your table if required. Further information, upcoming shows, location map etc., available on this website.

So, that’s the Stompin’ Dave 3 appearing on Tuesday 26th November.

 

Please do support!

Richard Dobney

Bottleneck Blues Club