Brussels Rhythm and Blues Club
Dick Taylor (ex-Pretty Things) with JC & Angelina Grimshaw and Sam Brothers +Zinneke Roadrunners
Doors 7:30pm Concert 8.30pm PAF - €22 (in advance) €25 (on the door)
Only 100 places available – buy tickets here
Dick Taylor played with Dartford Grammar contemporary Mick Jagger in Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys along with Keith Richards and was then the first bass player in the Rolling Stones. Dick left the Stones to go to art school, where he met Phil May and formed The Pretty Things. The Pretty Things’ string of mid-60s hits included 'Rosalyn', 'Don't Bring Me Down' (both covered by David Bowie on 'Pin Ups'), 'Midnight to Six', 'Honey I Need', 'Cry To Me' and 'Come See Me'. They released "The Sweet Pretty Things (Are in Bed Now, Of Course)” in 2015, the live recording of their December 2018 concert at the O2 Indigo entitled “The Final Bow” with Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour and Van Morrison and, after the tragic death of Phil May in May 2020, “Bare As Bone, Bright As Blood”. J.C. Grimshaw is a song writer/multi-instrumentalist who plays guitars, mandolins, harmonica, ukulele and Hawaiian lap guitar with a deep rooted passion and his sister Angelina has been described by Mojo magazine as a “Blues moaner in the great tradition of Bessie and Ma... mesmeric”. Sam Brothers played guitar and harmonica on "Bare As Bone, Bright As Blood”.
BRBC houseband Zinneke Roadrunners will be performing their popular R'n'B repertoire, featuring classics by Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, Bo Diddley, Elmore James, Junior Wells, Link Wray, Big Mama Thornton, Otis Redding, Al Green and others.
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BRBC returns on 11 March with Scotch, No Soda, plus Zinneke Roadrunners
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