OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON STARTS HERE!
Become A Member Of Keighley Blues Club
Membership is now open for the September 2014/July 2015 season. Please email
or phone 01535 632697 with your postal address and to request your application form. Please visit the 'Membership' section for further information.
The closing date for applications is Friday 15th August 2014
19th SEPTEMBER - LYNDON ANDERSON BAND (Special Guest: Scott Wainwright.
Lyndon Anderson BandScott Wainwright
Tickets: Members £10; non-Members £13. Buy tickets
Lyndon Anderson Band http://www.l-a-b.net/
"It’s the kind of music which leaves you staggering home at 3 in the Morning with aching limbs and a great big smile on your face" - Blues Matters
The Lyndon Anderson Band masterfully mix up a musical hot sauce of blues influenced soulful funk rock that takes the listener on an auricular adventure to soul blues heaven. Whether it's a hip reworking of a 1950's Chess classic, a chunk of New Orleans funk, rocking Texas shuffles, foot stompin’ Zydeco, jazz influenced West coast swing or one of their many originals there’s something for every lover of the blues. Having performed at the some of the most prestigious music festivals, including Edinburgh Jazz Festival and the Great British R&B Festival has led to them sharing the stage with such luminaries as Jack Bruce, Eric Bell, Paul Jones, Sugar Blue, Eugene Hideaway Bridges and Paul Lamb. Their tough high energy sound is a blend of Lyndon’s soulful muscular vocals, innovative and exciting world class harmonica, boogaloo guitar, killer bass lines and razor tight grooves all packed with so much energy that they leave you out of breath yet still wanting more.
How about this for a cracking video:
Scott Wainwright https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Wainwright/171498079531689
Scott Wainwright is a Yorkshire based musician and artist, who has had a varying degree of success with multiple projects over the last ten years. Playing guitar, harmonica, banjo, piano, ukulele, bass and beat box, Scott presents his material to audiences in and around the Yorkshire area. His vocal style and his songs draw heavily on Folk, Blues, Gospel and Rap genres giving the artist a very singular stance amidst the underground and grass roots music scene.