The Spitz announce BLues Fest!

The Spitz, in-association-with Not The Same Old Blues Crap/Punk Rock Blues
Records, have announced a line-up of eleven shows which will make up the
second Spitz Festival Of Blues this April. On the bill so far are an
eclectic mix of artists, including CMU favourites Little Barrie, with
further guests to be confirmed soon. The event will kick off on 4 Apr with a
press-only launch featuring a live set by Seasick Steve (“the king of hobo
punk blues” according to the press release), the rest of the thus far
confirmed line-up is as follows:


5 Apr: Son of Dave, Seasick Steve, Hillstomp, 7pm, £10

6 Apr: Deltahead, Gin Palace, 7pm, £6

7 Apr: Chatham Singers (Billy Childish), The Surgens, 7pm, £10

8 Apr: Little Axe (Skip McDonald, Doug Wimbish, Keith LeBlanc & Adrian
Sherwood), Eric Bling, Dogbreath, 7pm, £17.50

11 Apr: Little Barrie and special guests, 7pm, £8

12 Apr: Urban Voodoo Machine, Mudlow, The Woodsmen, 7pm, £6

13 Apr: Otis Taylor, Reid Paley, 7pm, £10

15 Apr: Wilko Johnson, Volga Boatmen, 7pm, £10

20 Apr: Archie Bronson Outfit, Jawbone, 7pm, £8

25 Apr: Sandy Dillon, Paul The Girl, Abigail Hopkins, 7pm, £10

29 Apr: Black Diamond Heavies, Clambake, Honkey Finger, 7pm, £8

All takes place, of course, at The Spitz, 109 Commercial Street, E1 6BG.

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