|Sunday 5th November 2023||Back|
|The Country Soul Sessions|
|Little George Sueref ★ Miraculous Mule|
|The Spice of Life
6 Moor St Soho London W1D 5NA Website | Tickets | Map
|Doors: 19:00 Entry: £8adv/£10 cash at|
The Country Soul Sessions would like to invite you to an evening of Blues, Soul, Rock ’N’ Roll, Rhythm & Blues and of course some Country Soul ♩♫ ♩ ♪ ♬ ♪
|About The Artists|
|Little George Sueref
We are delighted that 'Mr Blues' will be making his debut at the CSS. Acclaimed singer/harmonica player (he play’s guitar also) Little George Sueref has travelled the world playing his blues groove. Welsh born Little George Sueref was drawn to the blues after one day picking up the harmonica and he never looked back, his obvious aptitude for the instrument resulted in the prestigious Blues publication ‘blueprint' magazine awarding him the title of ‘Harp Of The Year’ three years in a row. After some years playing with the hard working top notch blues outfit 'Big Joe Louis and His Blues Kings' Little George decided to become a solo performer in his own right. In 2001 he recorded his ‘Little George Sueref and the Blues Stars” (Pussycat Records 2001) long player. An LP with guest blues and soul musical luminaries such as Lazy Lester and Jimmy Thomas which is highly regarded and plays like some lost classic from the Jewel/Paula back catalog. Check it out... if you can find a copy!
Well after some years the Miraculous Mule make a most welcome return to the Country Soul Sessions. Formed in 2010 this London band have followed their own inimitable path entertaining audiences on the way with their blues driven vibe. Now a quartet Miraculous Mule are fronted by former Dream City Film Club member and acclaimed solo artist Michael J Sheehy. The lineup also includes Alex Louise Petty vocals, Patrick McCarthy vocals/bass and Ian Burns on drums. In 2022 the band released their ‘lockdown’ reflective 4th long player ‘Old Bones, New Fire’ to fine reviews and general mass approval. This record captures them in stripped back mode returning to their love of the early blues, gospel and folk traditions. Expect to hear great songs from as Mr Sheehy puts it "...a group of Anglo-Irish honkies who dig African-American Gospel, prison/work songs and Hillbilly music.”. Don’t miss them.