This was B'N'T | Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival @ Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh [21 July]

This was B'N'T | Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival


90
21
July
19:30 - 21:30

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Princes Street Gardens
54 Princes Street, EH2 3 Edinburgh, United Kingdom
For over 30 years, Blues'n'Trouble set the standards in Scotland for high quality blues shows.

Fronted by the irrepressible vocalist and harmonica player, Tim Elliott, their deep understanding of the roots of the blues underpinned high energy shows inspired by classic electric Chicago blues and boogie and packed with classic tunes – by John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Little Walter and Sonny Boy Wiiliamson. In May, they played their last concert. Tim Elliott has put together a special band, featuring two guitarists who were mainstays of the group, John Bruce and Sandy Tweeddale, to give one final salute to the magic that was Blues'n'Trouble.

Tickets: bit.ly/ThisWasBnT
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