On Sunday July 8th we’re launching our new CD “Live At Blyth” at The Flying Horse, Blyth – which is where we recorded the disk in April. We’re offering the CD for a special price of £5 on that night only (normal price £6) and for every CD we sell we’re giving Ian of The Flying Horse £1 to donate to the three charities that the pub supports. We’re trying to arrange a drinks promotion, but we’re not sure about that yet. If you’d like a copy of te CD but can’t get to the gig, send an email to: brblues at googlemail dot com – replacing the errors, of course. And if you’re around Blyth that night, why not come along?
I wonder if he’s too embarassed to be seen playing in public? I remember when I was in March Hare in 1972/3, I was really shy and retiring – no, really, I was! I found a cheap pair of sunglasses and wore them on stage so that I could hide behind them. They became a bit of a trademark.
Whilst I’m not a fan of the snakeskin offerings (I keep snakes myself) I do like the tweed-covered and wooden effects pedals and amps. (They wooden work though, wood they?) And the sound samples sound great too.
It makes all of the hard work and the endless hours of practice worthwhile when a company finally recognises that you are the best at what you do and decide to honour you by naming their top class valve amplifier after you. I am moved and honoured. I’d like to thank the Academy, my late mother and father for their belief in me, my wife and family for their support, and everybody who knows me. I’m sure that I’ll be receiving my own model by special delivery this week – won’t I?
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Plenty of other excellent Junior Brown vids available too. I used to play in a British Country and Western band (Bob Allison Country Band) and, whilst most C&W fans have an interest in maybe one guitar feature every night (an instrumental or maybe a showcase medley) I don’t know what the folks of, say, Cockerton Band Club in Darlington would make of Junior Brown’s playing. Me? I love it – watch his index finger moving!
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Some fab groovy guitars here – I like the green WWAS model.
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