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Maryport Blues Festival 2008
Saturday Evening
26th July 2008
www.maryportblues.co.uk

Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen / Beth Rowley / Jimmie Vaughan
 


Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen (US)
Saturday night opened with a New Orleans style jazz set from pianist Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen. Songs performed included Going Home to New Orleans, Loose Boogie, Help Me Somebody and Mohippy. A great start to the evening sessions.

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Beth Rowley (UK)                                          www.bethrowley.com
Beth Rowley and her band took to the stage next. Beth, born in Peru but raised in Bristol attended the same music school as Adele and Duffy, led the band through Nobodys Fault, Oh My Life, I Shall Be Released, Id Rather Go Blind, My Life Will Never Be The Same, Almost Persuaded and Something Sweeter Than Today.

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Jimmie Vaughan featuring Lou Ann Barton (US)          www.jimmievaughan.com
Headliner, Texan guitarist Jimmie Vaughan and the Tilt-A-Whirl band with guest singer Lou Ann Barton closed the Saturday. Jimmie guided the band through a series of Texas blues based songs playing guitar in his usual understated way during the numerous solos he took throughout the evening. The set included Dirty Girl, Were Gonna Roll, Im Gonna Love You, Natural Born Lover, Wheel of Fortune, I Love You (with Jimmie on harp) and DFW. The much deserved encore included Texas Flood.

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