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Dave Peabody has been voted ‘Acoustic Blues Artist of the Year’ 3 times by the British Blues Connection and Blues In Britain magazine. He’s also been a guitar accompanist for such U.S. blues artists as legendary Mississippi guitarist David ‘Honeyboy’ Edwards, Cincinatti pianist Big Joe Duskin, North Carolina vocalist Big Boy Henry, and award winning harmonica man Charlie Musselwhite. Dave is adept playing as a solo performer, or in a variety of duos, or fronting the King Earl Boogie Band as lead vocalist (and playing electric guitar). Dave has been rocking out for close on 12 years with the band… whose pianist is Colin Earl from Mungo Jerry fame and whose drummer is John Coghlan from the original Status Quo. Dave has performed in over 20 different countries playing festivals and clubs, and has appeared on over 40 albums, making him one of the most experienced and seasoned British blues men performing today.


Alan Glen is best known for his work with The Yardbirds, Nine Below Zero, Little Axe, and his own band The Barcodes. Alan started playing harmonica after seeing Muddy Waters and the 'American Folk-Blues Festivals' which visited London in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. Early bands he was involved with were The Radical Sheiks and Brothers Grimm before going on to join Nine Below Zero (1991–1995) and The Yardbirds (1996–2003 and 2008–2009). Alan has played on over 50 albums and as well as 6 albums with Little Axe… has recorded with Jeff Beck, Steve Vai, ‘Slash’, Skunk Baxter, John Mayall, Peter Green, plus many more, and with Dr. Feelgood he recorded the album ‘On The Road Again’. He played with Peter Green, Paul Jones, and Hubert Sumlin at the Long Beach Blues Festival and Alan has played Montreux and Nice Jazz festivals plus such prestigious venues as Hollywood’s House of Blues, Las Vegas’s Hilton, and London’s Royal Albert Hall, Hammersmith Odeon, Ronnie Scott’s, and Wembley Arena.





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Dave Peabody, Tim Penn & Alan Glen