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Paul Lamb & The Kingsnakes

A welcome and overdue return
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World renowned blues harmonica player backed by the excellent King Snakes. Blues fans don't miss this one.

Paul Lamb is known by aficionados and music press around the world as a foremost blues harmonica exponent, forging himself a place in the history books as one of the greatest players of our time. Countless awards have been won by him & his band.

He has sold record-breaking quantities of albums and performed around the world. Having been inducted into the British Blues Awards Hall Of Fame (alongside the likes of Peter Green, John Mayall & Alexis Korner) Paul continues to bring his infectious brand of soulful blues to his fans around the globe.

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Blues and other magazines,- We have been in Blues in Britain and Blues Matters, we actually have a review of our recent gig at the great British Rock & Blues Festival in Skegness in this month’s edition of Blues in Britain

Polls – we reached number 5 in the IBBA’s most played album on the blues radio shows in our first month of release

New CDs, – coming soon- live at the platform featuring special guest Jon Amor and our first studio all original album due out in the summer

Radio/TV airplay – BBC Radio Solent and all 50 + of the IBBA RADIO SHOWS

Prestigious gigs/festivals – Skegness, Victorious, headlining The Borough blues festival in Wales, We have shared the stage and opened individually and collectively for many big names such as, ERIC CLAPTON, THE HOAX, JON AMOR, AYNSLEY LISTER, DEBORAH BONHAM, MICHAEL KATON, POPACHUBBY, MATT SCHOFIELD, OLI BROWN, VIRGIL & THE ACCELERATORS, IAN SIEGAL,THE NIMMO BROTHERS, JW JONES & Guitarist KIRK FLETCHER. The live album “ Backwater Roll – LIVE at the Platform” has had a hugeamount of radio play since the release in November 2014 including lots of airplay on BBC Radio Solent and the album being in the IBBA’s Top 25 for 3 months running with a best spot of number 5 in its first month of release.

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