BluesMix // The Meg Cavannagh Band // Ben Jordan
@ The Troubadour Club (more event details ↓)
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A night of funk and blues from one of London's leading bands, plus great support acts!
BluesMix, Meg Cavannagh, Ben Jordan
265 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, SW5 9JA, London, United Kingdom
( Directions to the venue )265 Old Brompton RoadEarl's CourtLondonSW5 9JAUnited Kingdom
£5 in advance, £6 on the door — Buy now
A blend of funk and soulful Blues from acclaimed band BluesMix.
BluesMix are regular sellout performers at The Troubadour so early booking is recommended.
With a focus on original material the band have a groove oriented approach to the Blues mixing in vintage funk and soul with an appeal that typically spans genres.
The band recently released their 3rd album “Flat Nine” to rave reviews.
"..Melds funk with forward thinking Blues. Reminiscent of Dr John and The Average White Band. If you’re partial to the musically tight backbeats of bands such as The Meters you’ll enjoy what’s on offer here” Guitarist magazine
"A funky groove that could get a corpse twitching" Music-News.com
“Retro, cool and a whole lot of fun” The Press Association
Meg Cavannaugh (http://www.megcavanaugh.com/)
Meg Cavanaugh is an American singer/songwriter with an engaging stage presence and a unique blend of songs that draw on influences from folk, rock, jazz and bluegrass. A recent reviewer said she was "reminiscent at times of Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones". Performing with her band, there will be songs from her album 'The Musketeer's Handbook' and some great new ones.
Ben Jordan (http://www.reverbnation.com/benjordan)
A gifted instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter, Ben Jordan has recorded several solo albums and toured extensively across the USA and Europe. He has played with the likes of Derek Trucks, Warren Hayes and Kelly Joe Phelps.
"The maturity that Jordan has gained in his several solo albums leading up to this release is shown in deep lyrics which refuse to date themselves, but seem to be from generations ago.” Marquee magazine