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Thursday 6th September 2018 13:28:00

Blues News - September 2018 - Poole Blues Festival - More Videos - Irish Tour

Hello All,

A very quick update before the start of a busy weekend...

**Poole Blues Festival**

Really pleased to have been asked to play Poole Blues Festival for a third
year running. This year will be two solo gigs and a band gig with Burnt

Friday 7th 5:30pm I will be playing solo at the Quay Emporium, then
Satudarday 8th at 2pm I will be in solo again in The Stable, pizza and
cider bar, then at 8:30 pm Burnt Ice will play the Portmouth Hoy. All three
venues are on or very close to the Quay, thus right in the centre of the

**More Acoustic Guitar Blogs**

Been busy working on more episodes for the VBlog.

The most recent episode I got sandy from the Walker Broad band involved and
we discussed and performed our song "Emergency Exit" which was developed
from the funky slide guitar riff I played around with in the very first of
these blogs.

Andy Broad & Sandy Walker - Emergency Exit From Funky Slide Guitar

Earlier in the month I made video about my 1939 Kalamazoo

**Irish Tour**

Plans for the Irish tour are really shaping up now, 5 out of 6 gig slots
filled, thanks to JRs hard work. So between the 13th and 16th of October I
shall be mainly in County Galway, Eire!

Looking forward to it.


Bit short of time so I'm going to be lazy and just post the link t the


Kind regards
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