Having recently recorded an album in the USA with these superb musicians, Ian Siegal will tour the UK, Belgium and Holland with the Dickinson brothers, Cody & Luther, and Alvin Youngblood Hart. This includes shows as part of the London and Manchester Bluesfests. Check below for the complete list of dates and venues.
This is an exciting opportunity to see some of the best contemporary blues talent on the scene today playing together and cooking up a powerful stew of hill country blues, southern roots-rock and of course, Ian's trademark songs.
European Shows by Ian Siegal & The Mississippi Mudbloods
June 28 The Rock Plaza, Sevenoaks, UK
June 29 P60 Amstelveen, Netherlands
June 30 Atak Enschede, Netherlands
July 2 Spirit of '66 Verviers Belgium
July 4 O2 Academy Islington London, UK part of the London Bluesfest
July 5 The Cluny Newcastle, UK
July 6 The Met Bury, UK part of the Manchester Bluesfest
July 7 Burton Agnes Jazz 'n Blues Festival, UK
CODY DICKINSON and LUTHER DICKINSON hail from Coldwater, Mississippi and are the driving force behind the Grammy-nominated North Mississippi Allstars, a personal favourite of Robert Plant with whom they toured in 2011. Drummer Cody is also a respected record producer and founder member of Hill Country Revue; while Luther, who also plays with The Black Crowes, is widely regarded as one of the finest slide and roots guitarists working today. Wherever these brothers go energy follows!
ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART, has been described as the cosmic Love Child Of Howlin’ Wolf and Link Wray! His praises have been sung by everyone from Bob Dylan to Eric Clapton. A resident of the hill country that borders southern Memphis, Alvin has had an illustrious career as bandleader, guitarist, singer, songwriter and solo artist, and even as guitar tutor to Hollywood actor Samuel L Jackson. His trophy cupboard is crowded with awards including a Grammy and a Blues Music Award.
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