Fans of live music from across Gloucestershire are promised a ‘rockin night of high class entertainment’ this Saturday 16 August, when local rhythm and blues band Bluebyrd perform a set at The Prince Albert in Stroud.
While the three-piece band has played dozens of successful open mic sessions in Cheltenham and Gloucester, and at the Upton Blues Festival, this will be Bluebyrd’s first Stroud performance. ‘We know Stroud audiences appreciate good music and we aim not to disappoint,’ said Andy Sutcliffe, on bass guitar and vocals.
Joining Andy on the night will be Anthony Craig on guitar and vocals, and Andy Hutt on drums – with the trio drawing upon the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and James Brown in their authentic blues sound.
Audiences on the night can expect to hear an energetic set with numbers including the likes of ‘Redhouse’ inspired by Jimi Hendrix, ‘I Loved Another Woman’ inspired by Peter Green, ‘I Can’t Be Satisfied’ following The Rolling Stones and ‘Love Me Two Times’ inspired by The Doors.
Don’t miss the set to find out for yourself whether this new band will live up to expectations.
Event: Bluebyrd live gig
Venue: The Prince Albert
Date: Saturday 16 August 2008
Times: From 9pm
Tickets: Admission is free
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