This Sunday’s Blues Session at the Hope Tavern welcomes the annual visit of one of the most popular bands on the UK Blues circuit and a real favourite at the Holton le Moor venue.
Formed in 1991 by Gary Boner, Roadhouse is one of the UK’s most established, big stage Blues/Rock acts, but are equally happy in the smaller intimate venues such as the Hope.
A six-piece outfit, made up as a collaboration of experienced and exceptional musicians and much younger talented female vocalists, Roadhouse is generally regarded as generating some of the best original material in the UK.
Led by acclaimed song writer, guitar player and singer Gary Boner, they have played more than 2,000 live shows, including most of the high profile festivals across Europe, from Glastonbury to Belgium, Holland and France, released 11 albums and played live on the Paul Jones BBC Radio2 show.
Roadhouse’s music has always been different - country-rock, heading into roots and blues, with the still back routes of America laced with the dirtier back streets of London.
Look forward to big, big sounds evening.
The gig starts at 4pm and the door charge is £8.