We will be taking the audience on a journey through the origins and classics of Blues and joining it up to modern-day music and all the living influences. Touching on the cousins and sisters of Blues music, playing some soul-infused R&B with a sidestep of Jazz to spice it up.
The show is 2 hours including one interval and suitable for a very wide variety of audiences. Door sales will be available plus BF on the night.
Lead guitarist, playing acoustic, slide and electric (stage name Steve Giles) has had the pleasure to perform in two previous Arts Festivals on the Mainstage events, this was with Big Daddy Wilson in 2017 and with Greg Copeland in 2019.
He organised and took part in both nationwide tours with those two overseas artists. On the last tour in 2019 he performed at four Arts Festivals throughout the country (Kokomai / Hawke's Bay / Nelson / Tauranga) a total of 27 shows NZ wide.
Lead vocals have performed in three Arts Festivals in her past band 'Medicine Woman' at the Pic's Granary Gigs. Cher was also a guest back up vocalist at the 2019 Arts Festival show with Greg Copeland on the Festival main stage.
Bass Player was part of the Medicine Woman band. Both Cher and Daz have played in Sydney, California, Wanaka and Christchurch. They are a multi-talented duo that happens to be husband & wife.
On drums, Harry has recently (before the lockdown) returned from a four-year stint in the UK. He toured there nationwide which culminated for him performing in a support band at the Royal Albert Hall.