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Hangover Blues Band
The
Plough Inn, Hereford
Saturday, 10th November 2007


 
    Review and Photos from Steve Wosket......

    Allow me to introduce The Hangover Blues Band:
 

Sam Powell  Harp & vocals
Dave Bragg   Bass guitar & vocals
Kelvin Leitch  Drums & vocals
Paul Swanson Lead guitar
Mark Steeds Keyboards, accordion & vocals

                          

                                                  

                                                       
    Intro over, this versatile Blues Band know no limits, just look at this set list:    

You Donít Have To Go Jimmy Reed
Me And Bobby McGhee Kristofferson
Fannie Mae  
Please Send Me Someone To Love Percy Mayfield
I Want To Hug You John Lee Hooker
The Victim BB King
Things I Used To Do Guitar Slim
Further On Up The Road  
Pride And Joy SRV
12th Bar Blues  
Goiní My Way  
Promised Land Chuck Berry
Mr Sanstine Hangovers
The Sky Is Crying Elmore James
No More Dogginí  
Look At That Fabulous Thunderbirds
Key To The Highway Big Bill Broonzy
Rockiní Pneumonia  
JLH Hangovers
Just One Dance  
Canít Afford To Do It Sonny Boy Williamson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The whole show was magnificent, Samís powerful voice was ably backed by Dave, Kelvin and Mark. Paul on his Gibson Blueshawk produced some of the sweetest  lead guitar work in his own inimitable style. Mark Steeds deserves the title Magic, his Hammond work was some of the best on the circuit. His vocals on Rockiní Pneumonia were outstanding and as for that accordion Ė Wow!  I for one am not surprised that they made The Montreux Jazz Festival back in 2001. Check out their website www.hangoverblues.co.uk 

Steve Wosket

Here are Steve's photos....
 

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.
 

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.
 

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.
 

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.
 

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.

© Copyright 2007 Steve Wosket. All Rights Reserved.
 


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