26 en 27 jan: Robert Cotton (USA) tijdens Asser Bluesdagen en Crossroads Sessions Spijkerboor

Zaterdag 26 januari 21.30 uur

Featuring Robert Cotton

Asser Bluesdagen

Greyhound Blues Band ft. Robert Cotton
Tijdens de Bluesroute speelt de Greyhound Blues Band samen met Robbert Cotton.
Deze Drentse Bluesformatie bestaat sinds 1991 uit 3 muzikanten die eerder in diverse bands als de Juke Joint Bluesband, Southside Bluesband, Neighbourhood Bluesband en de John Stevens Band speelden, maar in de Greyhound Bluesband hun muzikale ervaringen gebundeld hebben.
De roots van de band liggen voornamelijk in de Chicago en Texas Blues.
De bezetting bestaat uit zanger/gitarist Jon Meyerjon, bassist Martin van der Velde, drummer George Snijder.
Tijdens de Bluesroute spelen ze samen met Robbert Cotton.


Robert Cotton music is a tasty mix of Chicago Style and Texas Blues…….., the recipe for good time blues! He covers material from the King of the Blues, Mr. B.B. King to the Texas twister himself, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and everything in between. He ’ll even throw in a few surprises for you, just for good measure. Yes indeed…..the fabulous vocalist, guitarist and harmonicaplayer Robert Cotton who allways bring a show of true entertainment and a memorable evening for the entire audience. Robert has been singing the Blues with various bands, and doing solo gigs since.…. well, like forever man. Originally born and raised in Chicago Illinois, USA. spending hours hanging around clubs like Buddy Guys Legens and the Kingston Mines as an underaged teenager. Club managers would sometimes turn their head and allow Robert to sit in a dark corner and watch… listen… learn… from the blues greatest players. From solo traditional Blues performances played the way the originals were played on a resonator guitar, to the jumping rock’n electric blues of today, if its Blues, Robert is at home. Emotion, and soulful passion, are the foundation for Robert’s unique style. You just got to hear it…!

Zondag 27 januari 16.00 uur

Featuring Robert Cotton and Michiel Mens (Hammond)

Crossroads Sessions