Blues in the Park

Music Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever

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The Ealing Blues Festival, this Saturday will be headlined by one of Britain’s best Blues n’ Roots musicians, Chris Jagger.

Ealing has often been regarded as the spiritual home of British Blues, largely due to the Rolling Stones originally forming in the Ealing Club. To celebrate that heritage, Chris Jagger will entertain crowds with his mix of cajun, zydeco, blues and country music.
Three of America’s finest blues musicians will also perform at the festival including LeBurn Maddox, Adrian Byron Burns and Guy Tortora.


Main stage
Hosted by Hayes FM’s DJ, Larry Vidal
2.30pm – 4pm The Swampcats
4.30pm – 5.30pm 3rd Degree Leburn
5.30pm – 6.30pm Sam Kelly’s Primo Blues feat. Val Cowell
7pm – 8.15pm Chris Jagger
8.45pm – 10pm Robert Hokum & The Guv’nors

Crypt stage
4.15pm – 5.30pm Guy Tortora Duo
7.15pm – 8.15pm ‘Snakebite’ Burnett & Boogie Bill Roberts
5.45pm – 7pm Adrian Byron Burns
8.30pm – 10pm The Gary Fletcher Band

2pm – 2.30pm Ealing Young Musicians’ Showcase - Blues winner
2.30pm – 3pm Ealing Young Musicians’ Showcase – The Grifters
3pm – 4pm Ealing Young Musicians’ Showcase – The Clarkes

When: Saturday 25 July 2009

Where: Walpole Park, Ealing
Time: From 1.30pm

Cost: £1 adults, 12 and under go free


July 20, 2009

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