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The Steemers will be playing some high energy rock and roll with support from Carl 'on fire' Watkins playing acoustic delta blues.
LIVE BANDS LAPIS LAZULI IF YOU KEPT ON SPIRALLING CARL' ON FIRE' WATKINS DJ's CRAZYLEAF MULAGA TONY MORE TBC LAPIS LAZULI They have played many gigs at festivals and venues round the UK including, support slots for Alice Cooper and Syd Arthur. They toured the UK and Europe last year to promote their albums ‘Reality Is’ and ‘Extended Play’, including their debut appearance in Sheffield. They told me Sheffield was one of their favorite places on tour and we are more than happy to have them back. Their will be some new material from the band and some visual projections from Jumping Wizard. “A mighty sound — compelling, engaging and (just what I like) complex without being soulless. ” – Matthew Watkins, The Spring
SAXBOB PRESENTS ZACC ROGERS + CARL 'ON FIRE' WATKINS Live blues with a blend Soul, Jazz, Yee-Haa, Rock & Roll, Gospel, Folk and Reggae.
Part of Trampolines festival
Sounds Like: James Taylor, Moody Blues, Hugh Laurie Blues, Blueberry Band, Elmore James The King of the Slide Guitar
Bio: I like a wide range of music especially funk, reggae and blues. I have a big passion for bottleneck style delta blues. I write some of my own songs but also play some covers in my own style. I am influenced by Son House, Bukka White, Muddy Waters and Blind Blake to name but a few.
Carl 'on fire' Watkins has a show on 2013-11-22 at 20:00 @ Lantern Th... in Sheffield http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/243809608 #concert
“The Misty Morning soon disappears once you start getting into On fire into Late Night Blues, your humble generosity for the communities is a great star upon your sincere thoughtfulness,modest with wonderful talent is a most brilliant combo, all the very best Carl with great success in all that you set out to achieve, much respect,thank you for sharing, Peace, Love, Sound and Vision, Johnny”