The Kris Barras Band

Friday 22nd February
Bar: 7:00pm / Doors: 7:30pm / Show: 8:00pm
Tickets: £15 Advance
Seating: Cabaret Unreserved and Standing
PLUS Buffalo Summer

Kris Barras is the UK's most exciting Blues-Rock Guitarist. He was recently voted number 13 in the 'Top Blues Guitarists in the World' by the readers of Total Guitar magazine.

The band have become one of the must-see bands of 2018. Appearances at some of Europe's biggest Rock/Blues festivals, including Ramblin' Man Fair (UK) Rawa Blues (Poland) and Bliuzo Naktys (Lithuania) have ensured that the band are mixing it with the big boys.

The KBB have headlined their own successful UK and European tours and are being lined up for some very big support tours in 2018 as well as being invited back to the Ramblin' Man Fair for a set on the Blues Stage and the Friday night live show.

The much anticipated second album, 'The Divine and Dirty' was released in March 2018 and went straight into Number 1 in the Amazon Bestseller's list and Number 1 in the iTunes Blues Charts.

In April 2018, it was announced that Kris would become the new frontman for USA super-group, Supersonic Blues Machine. The band feature's legendary artists such as ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Steve Lukather (Toto), Eric Gales, Warren Haynes (Gov't Mule) and Walter Trout.

Kris is signed to world-renowned record label Provogue/Mascot Label Group. He joins a roster that includes names such as Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Walter Trout.

"It's hard hitting, down 'n' dirty, oil stained Blues Rock - and we love it" Guitarist Magazine

"Barras is fast maturing as an artist with a growing live performance reputation thrillingly captured here on record" Daily Express

Buffalo Summer

Buffalo Summer sound like you hope and dream…big, bluesy, southern-tinged rock with riffs and melodies that refuse to leave your body or brain.

Hailing from South Wales, guitarist Jonny Williams, vocalist Andrew Hunt, drummer Gareth Hunt and bassist Darren King walk with giants in both action and attitude, evoking the days when classic rock such as Led Zeppelin, Free and Whitesnake strode stages like lions, yet with infusions of contemporary legends such as The Black Crowes, Alice In Chains and even a little dash of Jack White.