February 23 @ 4:00 pm
If you like authentic piano boogie, roaring honky sax and hairy bluesy guitar then on Sunday 23rd February at 4pm, Redemption will be hitting the stage at the Ribs of Beef in Norwich once again, be sure not to miss, free admission
REDEMPTION are a 5 piece band of ex professional musicians from East Anglia. After the incredible amount of years touring alongside some of the biggest names in the British music scene they have decided to return to their roots and share their wealth of experience and passion for the music they love.
One of the key musicians, Nigel Portass on Hammond keyboards, is one of Britain’s finest session musicians, having played on many hits with artists such as Van Morrison, Chuck Berry, Tom Jones, Rod Stewart… On saxophone John Wilmott from the world famous James Taylor Quartet…Singer & bass player Joseph Hartley has also made a name for himself on the east Anglian music scene playing with with “Whole lotta hair”, “Cobbler Bob” and “Addisons Uncle”,
These guys play everything from Rock, Funk, Soul and Rock n Roll, performing hits by artists such as Wild Cherry, B.B. King, Booker T and the MGs, James Brown, Little Richard, Jerry Lee lewis, The Doobie Brothers, Chuck Berry and Stevie Wonder.
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