Robert J Hunter, Tony and the Tigers & Licking stick


Robert J Hunter  7PM

Dirty rhythm and blues from the depths of Alderney, based in London. Island born Robert J. Hunter combines his gruff and powerful voice with the wild thud of blues guitar. In 2017 Robert was a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC) with his powerful ballad, ‘Preacher’ which was chosen from 16,000 entries. Robert has previously supported acts including Wilko Johnson, The Animals and HeyMoonShaker. He has played top venues around the country including Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club and the Spiritual Bar in London. He is a regular performer at the London blues jams and clubs as well as performing in Europe and on the UK circuit.

Tony and the Tigers 8:30PM
Tony and the Tigers are a three piece band who play old American classics in local London pubs  ….. Tony’s first single got released in California this summer, and another one of his songs are lined up to be in a big 2019 Hollywood Movie…The three piece band consist of Tony… singing his heart out, Michael Giri on drums … A laid back mellow guy with an interesting approach to drumming, and Stephen Ellery, a local lad with a wizard touch of musical mystique, Stephen is a conductor and composer, mainly working with Japanese and Polish orchestras. He recently performed a concert for Poland’s centenary in mid November this year at The Royal Albert Hall. He’s also a unique saxophonist. When these three guys get together their sole aim is to spread happy vibes helping people loosen up and let their hair down.


Licking stick 10:30 pm

A 9 piece band comprised of two singers, horns and rhythm section. Playing together for a year the band just love playing the music of James Brown, Maceo, Fred and the rest. german britpop/ rock band. It was founded in August 2012 by the two brothers Leon & Felix Binder. Brimming with creative energy the Lickin Stick give their own take on the Godfather of Funk with some sweet jams and modern jiving grooves. Expect anything from ‘I Feel Good’ to ‘Cold Sweat’.
“We want to play music for people to dance to.
People get up and drive your funky soul.”

James Brown songs.

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