Bash Street Blues Band at the Somerville


Bash Street Blues Band at the Somerville

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Frankly, it's a bit of a shock to stroll into the Somerville on a Thursday and see a line of Marshals and Fenders rather than the usual acoustic guitars, double bass and a saxophone or two. It turns out all this lovely rocky gear is owned by the rather excellent Bash Street Blues Band who put it to fine use on a range of traditional and contemporary blues-rock tunes from Rufus Thomas' Walking the dog through to Gary Moore's Midnight Blues. Credit to the guys for stylish rhythms, cosmic guitar work, elegant keys and laid-back bluesy vocals with more than a hint of Jack Bruce and Paul Jones.

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