Friday 2nd March
Bar: 7:00pm / Doors: 7:30pm / Show: 8:00pm
Tickets: £14.00 General Admission
Seating: Cabaret Unreserved / Standing
Plus special guest Ash Wilson
“The New York lady is the realest of deals, a vocalist of stunning power and a beguiling, spellbinding performer. From the second she bounded on stage there was a knowing sass to the performance, oozing both confidence and charm aligned with natural charisma that established an immediate connection with a raucous crowd that were there to lap up every second with fervour."
A voice of breathtaking quality and power and a live show that erupts like a volcano have catapulted Sari Schorr into the spotlight as the new undisputed star of Blues Rock.
Sari’s world-class band is now powered by phenomenal Ash Wilson on lead guitar, keyboard/organ player Bob Fridzema, Mat Beable on bass and Roy Martin on drums.
With an award-winning album produced by iconic blues pioneer, Mike Vernon and a world-class band – this is a show every blues and rock lover should run to see.
"The evening had everything, head-spinning blues rock vocals, jazzy and soulful vocals, world-class guitar playing with this all underpinned by a tight rhythm section. Soaked with influences from the great pioneers of the blues, you can also think, Beth Hart & Robert Plant style vocals with the energy and stage command of Tina Turner."
Richard Bolwell for MNPR Magazine
One of England’s most distinctive vocalists, guitarists and songwriters in contemporary blues music today.
Drawn to the Blues music his parents introduced him to, (artists such as Muddy Waters, Son House, Eric Clapton and Albert King), It became obvious his ambition as a 14 year old was to become a great Artist like his heroes.
Lincolnshire singer-songwriter Ash Wilson is one of England’s most distinctive vocalists, guitarists and songwriters in blues music today. While his music covers many musical styles, they begin and end with the blues at its core.
The coming release of Ash's debut album featuring Phil Wilson on drums (Jesse Davey, Laurence Jones), Roger Inniss on Bass (Chaka Khan, Laurence Jones) and Bob Fridzema on Keys (KING KING, Dana Fuchs) Also appearing on Broken Machine is Jesse Davey (The Hoax) on the song "The Hitcher”, is a watershed achievement for Ash Wilson both in terms of the many musical styles in the tracks, which begin and end with the blues at its core, with the explorations and growth of him as a singer, songwriter and guitarist. Resulting in the spiritual growth expressed through the medium of his music.