Review:: The Bridgewater Blues Band @ Hop Pocket, Chorley

First published in Music

The audience at the Hop Pocket public house were entertained,by The Bridgewater Blues Band.

This talented band are from the Manchester area and have been together for about two and a half years.

They played two classis blues sets ,and have mastered their craft.

On lead vocals Damien Mead, word perfect and plenty of friendly banter.

A brilliant musician by the name of Keith Mackie,played keys and harmonica and guitar,the corner stone of the band.

Next, on lead guitar, John Ingham a very accomplished player of some years, he played his socks off.

Now we come to the rhythm section, on bass guitar Chris Millward, a strong ,and confident player, and what a pulsating sound,and to finish off, we have a drummer who kept the lads in check and gave a great account .

My particular favorite of the second set was that classic number, Little Red Rooster, it certainly made the crowd crow for more, and they obliged. Next month, on March 3 we have a great band lined up for your delight, STEALER a great Blues -Rock band.

So get there early, with FREE admission and a friendly atmospher, band on stage at 9-30pm.

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