Date(s): 6/1/2019 to 6/1/2019
Day(s): Sunday Night
Full ticket price: £8
Concession ticket price: £8
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Storm Warning – are lauded by the UK blues press as one of the classiest, contemporary blues bands in the UK, playing superbly crafted original blues rock songs and breathing new life into blues standards.
This year the band were voted ‘Best Band’ on the Saturday Introducing Stage at The Great British Rock & Blues Festival. “The stars at the Skegness Rock & Blues Festival, Storm Warning roar into 2018 on the back of their best ever album’ Take Cover’ Pete Feenstra – award winning promoter and reviewer
“Storm Warning are a welcome change from the norm. They play the blues with real feel, but rock hard enough when required. Above all, they strike a balance that tests the full possibilities of a song without overstaying their welcome…… Maxwell’s belligerent self penned ‘Big River’ provides the perfect finish to an album that flows from beginning to end. It’s also a timely reminder that for all their splendid ability to refresh blues covers, Storm Warning can rock out in their own right on a song that is arguably the highlight of the album.” Storm Warning ‘Take Cover’ Album Of The Week – Get Ready To Rock website
Ex Mick Ralphs Band vocalist Son Maxwell and guitarist Bob Moore, lead the band backed by Ian Salisbury on keys, Derek White (Larry Miller band) on bass and ex Mick Clarke band drummer Russ Chaney.
Storm Warning have recorded four CDs, all receiving critical acclaim and tracks have been played on radio stations across the world including BBC Radio 2 for whom they also recorded a live session which was broadcast on the Paul Jones blues programme.
Blues workout par excellance ……Oozes class…..Love to see them play live. Uplifting stuff.” Sunday Express
“ ‘Strategy’ by Storm Warning is every bit as classy and sophisticated as you might expect from a project involving guitarist Bob Moore. For Bob is one of the great underrated players in the UK whose touch, tone and feel put him above many of his contemporaries” Get Ready To Rock