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SIMON MCBRIDE

Main Street Blues Duo & Nathan O'Regan

EDINBURGH: The Voodoo Rooms

TUE 21ST OCT, 2014 7PM

£13.00 + £1.30 Booking fee = £14.30

29 tickets available
 

16 and over
 

Tuesday 21 October Edinburgh Blues Club present Simon McBride + Support
Predicted to be the next Irish guitar hero in the footsteps of Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore, Simon McBride has undeniable guitar artistry combined with a fine voice and a real knack for creating memorable hooks and great melodies.
His latest CD Crossing The Line is a fiery amalgam of guitar skills, songcraft and character-soaked vocals. Recorded in Northern Ireland and The USA, mixing of the album was placed in the experienced hands of New York-based Peter Denenberg, the veteran producer and engineer whose CV takes in everyone from Deep Purple to the Spin Doctors and Robert Cray. Industry critics reckon this is the album that truly delivers on McBride’s potential.
And what potential. Rewind to the early-’90s, and you didn’t have to squint to spot future greatness in the unassuming kid from Belfast, who picked up his first guitar at ten and eschewed formal lessons to bend his fingers around the music of the guitsar legends of the day. Aged 15, Simon won Guitarist’s hotly-contested Young Guitarist of the Year competition in a Wembley Conference Centre showdown, and at 16, he turned pro, leaving education behind to tour the world as a hired gun in projects that ranged from metal with Sweet Savage, to R&B and soul with ex-Commitments vocalist Andrew Strong.
Even by the lofty standards of Northern Ireland, where drinkers still raise a toast to the audacious talent of the late Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore, this young maestro’s name was soon starting to be dropped in the same reverential breath. Certainly, Simon is a fan, and the energy and aggression of his live show recalls those much-missed Irish masters, but when he released his debut album Rich Man Falling in 2008, it was clear this musician was nobody’s heir, but rather his own artist.
This is the sound of a world-class talent.
http://www.simonmcbride.net

Main Street Blues Band are one of the top Blues bands to come out of Scotland in the last 5 years. Originating from Edinburgh, the band brings together a very powerful mix of up-tempo electric blues material, mixed with a great range of Rhythm and Blues numbers that make their show highly entertaining. The band has been performing around the Scottish and North of England Blues circuit for over 5 years and have a great reputation for putting on a very energetic live show and have an excellent reputation throughout the blues circuit. The band is headed up with Derek Smith and can be seen performing at theatres and larger music venues and festivals around Scotland.
http://mainstreetblues.wix.com/html_mainstreetblues

From 7.15pm in The Ballroom.
Available through membership of the Edinburgh Blues Club at £10 per month, join at http://www.edinburgh-blues.co.uk

http://www.wegottickets.com/edinburghbluesclub

On the door price £15.00

£13.00 + £1.30 Booking fee = £14.30

29 tickets available
 

16 and over