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Stevie Nimmo Trio

Thursday 23 May 2019

Advance Ticket Price: £12.50 Door Price: £14.50
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Stevie Nimmo Trio+ support Bad Day Blues Band

Stevie says "When you have that something inside you, that feeling be it happy or sad, you just have to let it out. It's an extremely emotional process and my only way to do that is through song". For singer-songwriter and Nimmo Brothers co-front man Stevie Nimmo, song writing isn't something that you plan; it's something that you need to do.

Born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland, there was always music around as Stevie was growing up. Having never had any guitar or singing lessons Stevie is self taught; but throughout his family there were plenty of people who sang or played some kind of instrument to learn from. After honing his skills with local bands, Stevie and his brother Alan formed The Nimmo Brothers. As The Nimmo Brothers they have toured successfully all over the UK, Europe and America for over 15 years, with five electric and acoustic CDs to their name.

Following a diagnosis of cancer Stevie, now living in France, was forced in 2009 to ease back on his touring schedule with The Nimmo Brothers and spend some months in recovery after a major operation. During this period, focusing on the style of music Stevie listens to 'off the park', he wrote most of the songs that now make up The Wynds of Life.

2010 and Stevie is at The Zone Studios in Dripping Springs, Austin, Texas, recording the first Stevie Nimmo CD, The Wynds of Life. Fleshed out with pedal steel, banjo, accordion, B3 and Wurlitzer amongst the other instruments, The Wynds of Life falls under the Americana banner, it is roots music with country and gospel influences along with blues.

Joining Stevie were some of Austinís best musicians; Michael Ramos - Keys, George Reiff - Bass, Lloyd Maines - Steel Guitars, Pat Manske - Drums, plus special guest David Lee Holt - Guitarist from Storyville. George, Lloyd and Pat are also featured on the current Courtyard Hounds release.

The UKís hottest new blues band are taking the world by storm!

Featuring a unique mix of classic blues harp, entwined bass and lead vocals, dirty guitar and driving rhythm, The Bad Day Blues Band are hailed by the critics as one of the must see musical acts of modern times.

The Bad Day Blues Band have played on such prestigious stages as; The Isle of Wight Festival, Sony Hall (NYC), Black Deer Festival, The 100 Club, PennFest, The Robin Theatre, The Hard Rock Cafe and many, many more. They have supported many award winning artists such as; The Killers, The Manic
Street Preachers, The Kaiser Chiefs, Delbert McClinton and many, many more.

The Abbey Road Session received critical acclaim upon itís release in 2018.

BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Lancashire and Blues and Roots Radio playing several tracks and Highly recommending to the UK.

The record reached number 4 in the UK Blues charts. The groupís other hits include; Late Night Sister (UK Blues chart number 1) and Hoochie Coochie Man (also UK Blues chart number 1) all released on Authentic Soul Records.

The Bad Day Blues Band are proud to work in partnership with several internationally renowned musical companies; Orange, Warwick, Ernie Ball, Seydel, Blackstar, Crom bass, Gamma bass, Grethers pastilles and Laney amplification.

Featured interviews in many international magazines such as; Bassplayer Magazine, Blues in Britain, Blues Matters, Bass Guitar Magazine and many more.

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Previous Gig: 22 May 2019: Mike Massť
Next Gig: 24 May 2019: Band Of Friends featuring Gerry McAvoy, Ted McKenna & Marcel Scherpenzeel (HH)

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