Music |
4th June 2016

Sat 4 June | Doors 7:30pm | £15 / £17 On The Door

Please Click Here to visit Chantel McGregor's website 

Plus support from The Black Circles:

Said to be ‘one of the most exciting prospects on the British blues scene today’, The Black Circles have a big and energetic… sound that is packed with attitude.

Guitarist & Vocalist Sam Bratley has been compared to the likes of, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Albert & Freddie King.

‘Sam Bratley, one of the best singers on a British blues record I have ever heard. He is inventive too and creates fireworks on that fret board as though it is November 5th. ’ – Simon Redley, Blues & Soul Magazine.

Renowned for his solid bass lines, bassist Martin Saunders holds together the rhythm section unfailingly along with drummer, Phil Wilson.

“They play traditional blues but make it completely their own sound.” – Mick Birchall, Manchester Rocks.

Live performances are …exactly that. Live! The audiences come alive to the high energy performances, but the pace can change to slow intimate blues numbers giving a subtle interlude to the raunchy songs.
Since the release of their brand new EP, ‘From The Top’ in March 2015, The Black Circles have been making their mark quickly on the British blues scene. With a UK Tour including shows under their own right and supporting British blues guitarist Laurence Jones, 2015 is set to be a successful year for blues trio, The Black Circles.

“They’ll get signed by one of two major European blues labels by the end of this year. You can quote me on that too.” – Blues & Soul Magazine.

The Black Circles are :
Sam Bratley – Lead Guitar and Vocals
Martin Saunders – Bass Guitar 
Phil Wilson – Drums

Venue: Malt Room – standing 
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. 
Wheelchair users, please see our accessibility page for information specific to this venue. 


4th June 2016

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