2016, Sari first burst onto the Blues-Rock scene with her
critically acclaimed debut album, A Force of Nature, produced by
iconic British Blues pioneer Mike Vernon (David Bowie, Eric
Clapton, John Mayall, Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green).
two years later, Sari is breaking new ground with her sophomore
album, Never Say Never. Sari insisted that the album be recorded
live to capture the raw energy of her music. She has ventured
deeper into her personal life. In the process, Sari has revealed
herself with a vulnerability and honesty that she admits was as
painful as it was healing. Her songs are highly crafted with
vibrant lyrics that highlight just how good Sari is at invoking
passion, grit, and empathy.
Sari’s success comes after
years trudging the rugged road of life of the hard-working Blues
woman. From her humble beginnings, working the music scene in
the legendary fierce South Bronx of New York and on Manhattan’s
Lower East Side, to a performance at Carnegie Hall, the
operatically trained tornado stood her ground as a phenomenal
Blues-Rock singer who would not be denied.
Sari’s home is
her suitcase and her path has always taken her on the road less
traveled. Her life is a story of never giving up, being true to
yourself and pursuing your passions against all odds. It’s a
story that is incredibly inspirational and a reminder why we
should Never Say Never!
Gillespie made her first record in 1964 and all these years
later she is still recording, and released her 70th album at the
end of 2019 called ‘Under My Bed’ for Ace Records. In the '70s
she was the first Mary Magdalene in the West End musical 'Jesus
Christ Superstar' and also worked with David Bowie as he wrote
the song ‘Andy Warhol’ for her and she sang on his ‘Ziggy
Stardust’ album. In the '60s and '70s she made many films but
Blues music has always been her first love, and she considers
herself as a song writer who sings! Her musicians are known as
The London Blues Band and they are considered to be the cream of
the London Blues scene.
and soul become inextricably entwined in award-winning
singer-songwriter, Kyla Brox, whose raw talent has seen her
described as “the finest female blues singer of her generation”.
Winner of the 2018 UK Blues Challenge, Kyla has the honour of
representing the UK in Memphis at the 2019 International Blues
Challenge, as well as the European event in the Azores. In a
huge nod to her ongoing stature in British Blues, the UK Blues
Federation made Kyla an official Ambassador of UK Blues in 2016
and she is one of only three British singers privileged to be
included in the 50 Women of the Blues Spotify playlist.
Daughter of cult blues figure, Victor Brox, the Mancunian
vocalist began her career as a teenager in her father’s band and
has now honed her own sophisticated sound, as heard on her
critically acclaimed 2016 album, Throw Away Your Blues and the
scintillating, multi-faceted new 2019 album, Pain & Glory. Her
voice; tender, urgent, gritty, blurring the distinction between
pleasure and pain, mixed with the enchantingly fluent guitar
work of Paul Farr, inspired bass playing of Danny Blomeley and
in-the-pocket drumming of Mark Warburton, combine to make a
unique and powerful, often joyous, always emotional experience.
Kyla also plays in duo form with her husband, virtuoso acoustic
guitarist, Danny Blomeley, whose playing, by turns delicate and
unrestrained, has earned him a following in his own right.
With many albums under her belt and many miles covered on the
road, touring all over the world, Kyla Brox is widely regarded
as one of the very best soul-blues singers the British Isles has
The Cinelli Brothers is a project born out of a common passion
for the electric Chicago and Texas blues from the 60s and 70s,
when Marco (guitarist, singer and composer) and Alessandro
(drummer, backing vocalist and arranger) decided to form an
explosive team showcasing original repertoire in the style of
Chess, Stax and Motown.
After a series of successful shows around Europe (France, UK,
Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal), the band decided to take
things to another level. Babe Please Set Your Alarm was recorded
at the Soup Studio in London and the full live and analog
recording was released in May 2018 on vinyl and digital format.
This album comprises original compositions as well as a few
covers, such as ‘Chain of Fools’ or ‘Back Door Man’ – which
stays true to Willie Dixon’s number, as well as Prince’s ‘Kiss’,
in a remarkable shuffle rhythm.
The Cinelli Brothers champion a new generation of passionate
musicians sharing in the love of Blues, Soul, R&B and the true
authentic sounds that have made the blues a cornerstone of music
SELBY Selected to appear at Wembley Stadium
supporting The Who, Kaiser Chiefs, Imelda May and Eddie Vedder
in July 2019, Connor Selby is a rising star. Having already
played a number of iconic venues such as the 100 Club and
Borderline, and having clocked up numerous festival appearances,
the young British bandleader-guitarist-vocalist writes his own
songs and builds on influences as diverse as Eric Clapton, Ray
Charles, and Nick Drake. With his soulful vocal style and his
distinctive guitar playing that evokes the British blues boom of
the 1960’s, Connor has consistently captivated audiences and is
making a name for himself.
The Mojo Preachers are a five-piece, female fronted,
boundary-pushing outfit, delivering hard-hitting original tunes;
conjuring up a melodiously intricate, authentic yet
unconventional sound. Think raw riffs, psychedelic waves, rooted
rhythms & thought-provoking lyrics, all with an occasional touch
of sweeping, soaring, musical emotion that only progressive
blues can bring.