Red Butler


Once in a while a young band comes along that makes you stop, look and listen… Red Butler is one such a band. 

The great news for rock fans, blues fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in and around Norwich is that Red Butler will be playing at The Murderers, Norwich on Thursday 1st December; for the nineteenth date of their 22 day Nothing to Lose Tour. 

Having spent 18 months in preparation, their second album ‘Nothing To Lose’ is finally available. Drawing upon the combined life experiences of the band, the ten new songs not only salutes contemporary rock, but shows their gradual transition from conventional Blues to a harder, bigger and bolder sound infused with a progressive form!

The highly anticipated new album will be released on 11th November 2016 and sees the band deliver a mix of rock crescendos and riffs, that will leave their devout blues rock fan base in awe and take them on a sonic journey into new musical territory!

The power and sensitivity of their music has seen Red Butler win several national awards and other accolades, including; UK Blues Challenge 2015, Best New UK Act in Blues Matters Magazine 2014, Representing the UK at the European Blues Challenge in Italy 2016 and more.

In front of a completely packed Tuesday Night Music Club last month (Hooley, Surrey), the effect their performance had on the audience was neatly summed up by the following comment, “There really are not words to describe how good last night was.  Put simply, if you were there you’ll probably still be coming down.  And if you weren’t you’ll have to live with the fact that you missed something that people will talk about for years to come.” 

The band is very excited about playing at The Murderers and armed with a dynamic mix of new material, plus a contemporary take on one or two classic songs, after seeing them live it becomes clear why they are getting rave reviews wherever they play!

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See Red Butler at The Murderers in Norwich on Thursday 1st December.

Entry is free. For more information please call 01603 621 447 or visit /