Music |
15th March 2014

PAUL LAMB & THE KING SNAKES are today acknowledged globally as being amongst the very finest purveyors of Rhythm & Blues

Paul Lamb came out of Blyth, Northumberland, forming firstly the Blues Burglars & then the King Snakes. Eventually relocating to London,  over the years Paul has always run a really tight outfit of fine players, which now comprises of  :-

Ryan Lamb……. guitar and backing vocals
Chad Strentz …vocals and rhythm guitar
Rod Demick ……bass and backing vocals
Dino Coccia …….drums and backing vocals

So, let’s talk plainly about Paul Lamb & the King Snakes, the best British blues band. It didn’t happen suddenly, almost three decades and over 14 albums later Paul Lamb & the King Snakes continue to   entertain their growing army of fans. This band has real feeling, not only for their music but for their   audience and for each other. Playing with power and passion is second nature to all of them.

Paul Lamb and the King Snakes bring mind blowing energy and electrifying stage presence to every show.

“You just have to stand back and admire the sheer brilliance of their musicianship”  Blues & Rhythm Magazine

“This is Blues harp as good as it gets.”      Mark Knopfler…  Dire Straits

“Paul Lamb & the King Snakes are true torch bearers for the British Blues scene & long may they prosper”.  Blues in the North West

“Paul Lamb & the King Snakes is a band that knows how to use their dynamic range…. to the full effect.” Folk Roots Magazine

Malt Room: Standing
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15th March 2014

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