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.