FARLOWE ANDERSON BROOKES THE JUICE & GUEST KENNEY JONES

 

60S BLUES ICON CHRIS FARLOWE RETURNS TO HURTWOOD PARK POLO CLUB FOR DECEMBER ONE OFF WITH MILLER ANDERSON BOB BROOKES & THE JUICE!
SPECIAL GUEST KENNEY JONES

THOSE OF YOU WHO WERE AT THE AUGUST GIG WILL WANT TICKETS I’M SURE!

Chris Farlowe recorded eleven singles, five of which were cover versions of Rolling Stones songs including “Paint It, Black”, “Think”, “Ride On, Baby”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, and “Out of Time”, which reached no. 1 (1966) in the UK Singles Chart.[2] He recorded four more singles, the best known of which is Mike d’Abo’s “Handbags and Gladrags”.[3] and “My Way Of Giving”, a cover of a Small Faces album track written by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane. He has recently been working with Van Morrison and Jimmy Page and is constantly in and out of Germany! The Real Deal!

Miller Anderson (born 12 April 1945, Houston, Renfrewshire, Scotland) is a UK-based blues guitarist and singer. In the formative years of the 1960s, before either of them achieved significant success, he worked extensively with Ian Hunter in bands such as The Scenery and At Last The 1958 Rock ‘n’ Roll Show (later called Charlie Woolfe) and is referenced in the title track of Hunter’s 1976 album All American Alien Boy (“well I remember all the good times me and Miller enjoyed, up and down the M1 in some luminous yo-yo toy”). Anderson would later guest on two Hunter solo albums.

Apart from pursuing his own solo career, he was a member of the Keef Hartley Band. Other groups Anderson has been associated with are; the Spencer Davis Group, Broken Glass, The Dukes, Mountain, Savoy Brown, T.Rex and Chicken Shack.[1] In early 2006, he joined The British Blues Quintet with Maggie Bell, Zoot Money, Colin Hodgkinson and Colin Allen.

In the Spring of 2016 Miller returned to the studio and in July 2016 released a new album, Through The Mill.

Bob Brookes Longtime frontman with The Desperate Dan band has worked with many familiar names in the music business currently working with Miller as ‘Brothers in the Blues’

The Juice is
Jeremy Sherman / Guitars
Derek Austin/ Keyboards
Jim Barr/ Bass guitar
Marianne Hillier-Brook Drums
Guest Dom Bon de Sousa/ Saxaphones
Doors 7.30pm