Rock and Blues band Roadhouse to perform at Millers Snooker Club in Kirkby

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London-based Rock Blues band Roadhouse will make their second appearance at Millers Snooker Club in Kirkby on Thursday (19th April) following on from their first appearance in the town in 2010.

The band was formed in 1991 and to date have over 1500 gigs under their belt. They are rooted in Chicago style blues but produce a carefully tailored mix of original and cover material mainly aimed at the gentler end of Rock Blues. At this gig, they will also play some of the new material from their latest album, ‘Dark Angel’

The band consists of Gary Boner, bandleader, guitarist and songwriter and sometime vocalist, Bill Hobley, on Bass, and Roger Hunt on percussion.

Joining these founder members are Danny Gwiliym, on Guitar, and on vocals Suzi Dingle, Mandie G and Kelly Hobbs. That is the basic Roadhouse crew, but newcomer Rachel Clark provides additional vocals.

Roadhouse are no strangers to the people of Nottinghamshire though, as for the past nine years they have run the Roadhouse Jam at Skegness Rock and Blues weekend to packed houses.

Millers, which is regarded as the home of the Blues in Nottinghamshire, have yet again provided something different and exciting to enthuse and entertain local connoisseurs of the Blues.

For further information, contact Rob Knowles on 07957206605 or visit the live band schedule at Millers.