Mud Morganfield (Eldest Son of Muddy Waters) Announces November UK Dates


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With the Dirty Aces featuring Giles Robson on Harp

From the latest “Blues in Britain Magazine": Mud was then introduced in fine style, to take centre stage and just blow the audience away with his superb vocals and engaging manner. After instructing the band to “take their time," his rendition of “King Bee" and “You Can't Lose What You Never Had" was so similar to his father's vocal style and energy that it was downright spooky, in the most enjoyable way. A snappy dresser in true Chicago style, Mud commanded attention and participation from the punters, especially during a swinging “Can't Get No Grinding" with its catchy chorus and enthusiastic backing vocals courtesy of the Dirty Aces.

Mud will be supported in London on the 9th, in Birmingham on the 10th and in Shoreham on the 11th November by Cherry Lee Mewis: http://www.cherryleemewis.com

Mud will be returning to the UK in May 2011.


Thursday, 04/11/2010, Selby Town Hall, York Street, Selby, North Yorks, YO8 4AJ 01757 708449

... then 2 dates in Scandinavia

Sunday, 07/11/2010, Blues Assembly 2, The Assembly, Spencer Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV31 3NF 01926 523001

Tuesday, 09/11/2010, Charlotte Street Blues Club (supported by Cherry Lee Mewis), 74 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4QH 0207 580 0113

Wednesday, 10/11/2010, Jamhouse (supported by Cherry Lee Mewis), 3׫ St Pauls Square, Birmingham, West Midlands B3 1QU 0121 200 3030

Thursday, 11/11/2010, Ropetackle Centre (supported by Cherry Lee Mewis), Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5EG 01273 464440

Friday, 12/11/2010, Carlisle Blues Festival, Swallow Hilltop Hotel, Carlisle, Cumbria 01228 409795

... then Polish dates

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