Welcome to our first Garrison Blues Night at The Tower Theatre, in association with Rebel Arts. We've got a fabulous night lined up with Katy Bradley and her Soho Heart
Welcome to our first Garrison Blues Night at The Tower Theatre, in association with Rebel Arts. We’ve got a fabulous night lined up with Katy Bradley and her Soho Heart Band headlining the evening, with support coming from Dave Ferra.
Katie Bradley & her Soho Heart Band
The Soho Heart band are a band from London and Kent playing a repertoire of rhythms to fill the heart. Featuring award winning Blues vocalist and harmonica player Katie Bradley who regularly performs at Ronnie Scott’s and prestigious festivals and venues in the UK and worldwide. The band features top London musicians: Pete Farrugia on guitar, Bob Bowes on bass, Dominic Thatcher on saxophone, Dan Edwards on keys and Jason Smith on drums
The band will be playing a mixture of Blues from the Blues greats such as Etta James and BB King blended with originals from their latest album ‘Soho Heart’ which has garnered great acclaim in the Blues and Jazz press in the past year. Katie’s music is often played on Radio 2, 6 and Jazz FM.
“An act very much worthy of your attention”. Paul Jones BBC R2
“Katie leaves you in no doubt she is a 21st century Blues woman”. Blues in Britain
“Katie has the voice of Big Mama Thornton and the heart of Memphis” The Times
“Katie is the must see act on the British Blues scene” Blues Matters Magazine
More info www.katiebradley.co.uk
Suport Act – Dave Ferra
Dave was a UK Blues Awards nominee in the Acoustic Blues category in 2018 and 2020. He is a regular performer at London’s iconic Ain’t Nothin but the Blues Bar and has performed at Blues clubs and festivals throughout the UK and in Northern Europe. He sings blues, spirituals and ragtime, both traditional and original, accompanying himself on guitar, slide and rack harmonica.
” Bluesman with a positive flair and grasp of the tradition… .” – Iain Patience, www.bluesmagazine.nl
“An absolute master guitarist and singer…Dave is fully aware that people come out not just to listen, but to have a good time. And a good time they had!” – Richard Dunning
“Dave Ferra inhabits that magically comfortable niche located somewhere between heartache and a wry smile” – Fred Kraus, Minor 7th Magazine
Tickets £10 | Doors from 6.30pm
A Rebel Arts production in association with The Tower Theatre
(Thursday) 7:30 pm
The Tower Theatre, North Road, Shorncliffe, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 3HL