Saturday, January 19th
He wowed us again last year, so more wow in 2019.
Kent DuChaine has listened to, hung out with, opened up for, traveled
and played with most of the great Blues men and women his whole adult
life. The list is too long to name them all, but some of the major ones
are: Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Big Mama
Thornton, Koko Taylor, BB, Albert and Freddie King, Willie Dixon,
Bukka White, Johnny Shines, Robert JR Lockwood, Mississippi
Fred McDowell, Furry Lewis and Son House. These were the big
Country and Urban Blues influences who Kent heard and/or played with.
Doors open at 7.30pm and York House's charming and efficient bar staff will sell you real ale, cider, lager, wines and soft drinks at the cash-only bar. All proceeds from the bar go to York House Centre.
For more information visit http://www.kentduchaine.com/ or have a look at the York House website: www.york-house.org.uk
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York House, London Rd
Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes
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