Paul Lamb & The King Snakes
with Chicago 9
Thu 25th Apr Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30pm (Showtimes Approx)
£14 Adv / £16 Door

Join one of the country’s leading blues harmonica players, Paul Lamb and his band the Kingsnakes for a night of of blistering rock, blues and funk.  This spectacular show includes songs from their whole action packed career.  Expect swinging blues, soul infused vocals and rocking beats.  These musical heroes will not disappoint...

Paul Lamb & The King Snakes

A welcome and overdue return

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.

Chicago 9
Roots American meets Canvey Island chaos somewhere down the Itchen Delta. Killer guitar licks, screaming harmonica, a thumping back beat & savage vocals. This is good time Blues, Rhythm & Blues & Rock’n’Roll blended in the musical cooking pot to season & excite. 
Formed in 2002 these guys feel privileged to have shared the stage & opened for Blues Greats OTIS GRAND, MUD MORGANFIELD, STAN WEBB’S CHICKEN SHACK, ERIC SARDINAS & BIG MOTOR, MIKE VERNON & THE MIGHTY COMBO, SARI SCHORR & THE ENGINE ROOM,JW JONES also 70’s Rockers EDDIE & THE HOT RODS, DR FEELGOOD & NINE BELOW ZERO.The story continues.
There album “Sugar your own” released at SWANAGE BLUES FESTIVAL in October 2016 made the top 25 of the IBBA charts & received radio play all over the world.
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Described as a “GOOD TIME BAND” these boys are revved up & ready to go.
“Bring your dancing shoes