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The Laurence Jones Band support from The Black Circles and Ben Miles

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Location:Real Time Live 13 Marsden Street Chesterfield Derbyshire S40 1JY

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Laurence Jones “Young Artist of the year 2014” – British Blues Awards.
“Laurence is like a young Robin Trower, exciting and full of energy” – BBC Radio 2
The “Laurence Jones Band” have played along side some big names. Walter trout invited the band to support them on his 2013 U.K tour. “Laurence is a cross between Eric Clapton & Buddy Guy he is a genius, he sure has the feel”
The Black Circles
Said to be one of the most exciting prospects on the British blues scene today, The Black Circles have a big and energetic sound that is packed with attitude.
Guitarist & Vocalist Sam Bratley has been compared to the likes of, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Albert & Freddie King. His huge tone & exciting guitar playing saw Sam Bratley awarded with the 2015 ‘Blues Rising Star Award’ from Blues & Soul Magazine.
‘Sam Bratley, one of the best singers on a British blues record I have ever heard. He is inventive too and creates fireworks on that fret board as though it is November 5th. ’ – Simon Redley, Blues & Soul Magazine.
Renowned for his solid bass lines, bassist Martin Saunders holds together the rhythm section unfailingly along with drummer, Mark Barrett, from British blues legends The Hoax.
“They play traditional blues but make it completely their own sound.” – Mick Birchall, Manchester Rocks.
“A must see!” – Lancashire Blues Archive.
“The Black Circles successfully chase a vibe to chase their musical vision.” – Pete Feenstra.
“One of the most exciting prospects on the British blues scene today!” – Blues & Soul Magazine.
“Irresistible!” – Blues and More Magazine.
“Some of the best blues from a British act for ages.” – Simon Redley, Blues & Soul Magazine.
Live performances are exactly that. Live! The audiences come alive to the high energy performances, but the pace can change to slow intimate blues numbers giving a subtle interlude to the raunchy songs.
The Black Circles firmly made their mark on the British blues scene in 2015 with their debut EP, ‘From The Top’ and a UK Tour, which received rave reviews and left people wanting more. March 2016 see’s the release of the eagerly anticipated debut album from The Black Circles backed up with an extensive UK & European tour. 2016 is certain to be a successful year for blues trio, The Black Circles.

The Black Circles
Said to be one of the most exciting prospects on the British blues scene today, The Black Circles have a big and energetic sound that is packed with attitude.
Guitarist & Vocalist Sam Bratley has been compared to the likes of, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Albert & Freddie King. His huge tone & exciting guitar playing saw Sam Bratley awarded with the 2015 ‘Blues Rising Star Award’ from Blues & Soul Magazine.
‘Sam Bratley, one of the best singers on a British blues record I have ever heard. He is inventive too and creates fireworks on that fret board as though it is November 5th. ’ – Simon Redley, Blues & Soul Magazine.
Renowned for his solid bass lines, bassist Martin Saunders holds together the rhythm section unfailingly along with drummer, Mark Barrett, from British blues legends The Hoax.
“They play traditional blues but make it completely their own sound.” – Mick Birchall, Manchester Rocks.
“A must see!” – Lancashire Blues Archive.
“The Black Circles successfully chase a vibe to chase their musical vision.” – Pete Feenstra.
“One of the most exciting prospects on the British blues scene today!” – Blues & Soul Magazine.
“Irresistible!” – Blues and More Magazine.
“Some of the best blues from a British act for ages.” – Simon Redley, Blues & Soul Magazine.
Live performances are exactly that. Live! The audiences come alive to the high energy performances, but the pace can change to slow intimate blues numbers giving a subtle interlude to the raunchy songs.
The Black Circles firmly made their mark on the British blues scene in 2015 with their debut EP, ‘From The Top’ and a UK Tour, which received rave reviews and left people wanting more. March 2016 see’s the release of the eagerly anticipated debut album from The Black Circles backed up with an extensive UK & European tour. 2016 is certain to be a successful year for blues trio, The Black Circles.

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