Colne Line-up 2007

Posted on: Wednesday, Apr 11, 2007

Thanks to Mark for making it easy to post this year’s Colne Festival line-up.

Friday 24 August

INTERNATIONAL STAGE

MC Chris Powers
7:00 pm The Hamsters play Hendrix
8.30 pm Aynsley Lister & Ian Parker
10:30 pm Ian Siegal Band
12:00 am Dr Feelgood

BRITISH STAGE

MC Pete Kuddy
7:30 pm Saiichi Sugiyama – The Bluesmaster (Japan)
9:00 pm Dealer
10:30 pm Ritchie Milton and The Lowdown
12:00 am Storm Warning

ACOUSTIC STAGE

MC King Rollo
8:00 pm Richie Milton
9:00 pm Slim Line Papas

Saturday 25 August

INTERNATIONAL STAGE

MC Chris Powers
2:00 pm Nicky Moore’s Blues Co (USA)
3:30 pm Michael Roach Band (USA)
5:00 pm Otis Grand
7:30 pm Robben Ford Band (USA)
9:00 pm Women of Chicago Blues (USA) (featuring – Deitra Farr, Zora Young & Grana Louise)
12:00 am Geno Washington (USA)

BRITISH STAGE

MC Pete Kuddy
2:00 pm Tantrum
3:30 pm The Stumble
5:00 pm Lights Out by Nine
7:30 pm The Revolutionaires
9:00 pm Eddie Martin Band
10:30 pm Matt Schofield Trio
12:00 am Stray (featuring Del Bromham)

ACOUSTIC STAGE

MC King Rollo
2:00 pm Michael Roach (USA)
3:15 pm Sam Hird
4:30 pm Eddie Martin
6:00 pm Open Mic Session
8:00 pm
King Rollo’s Blues Party – with special guests

Sunday 26 August

NTERNATIONAL STAGE

MC Chris Powers
2:00 pm Chris Jagger Atcha
3:30 pm Luther Grosvenor Blues Band (Ex Spookey Tooth / Mott The Hoople)
5:00 pm Frankie Miller’s Full House (featuring Henry McCullough & Ray Mininitt)
7:30 pm John Verity Band (Featuring Bob Henritt – Argent & The Kinks)
9:00 pm Hamish Stuart Band (Average White Band)
10:30 pm King Earl Boogie Band (featuring John Coghlan / Status Quo)
12:00 am Never The Bride

BRITISH STAGE

The ‘Blues Matters Stage’ – Line up TBC

ACOUSTIC STAGE

MC King Rollo
2:00 pm Del Bromham
3:15 pm Claude Bourbon
4:30 pm Graham Robinson
6:00 pm Open Mic Session
8:00 pm Tom Doughty
9:00 pm TBC

Monday 27 August

INTERNATIONAL STAGE

MC Chris Powers
2:00 pm The Animals
3:30 pm The Zombies (featuring Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone)
5:00 pm The Legendary Hamburg Blues Band (featuring Clem Clempson & Pete Brown)
7:30 pm Greaves, Feltham and Fletcher (Nine Below Zero & Blues Band)
9:00 pm Eric Bell Band (ex Original Thin Lizzy)
10:30 pm Climax Blues Band
12:00 am Chris Farlow

BRITISH STAGE

MC Pete Kuddy
2:00 pm Rob Livesey’s Allstar Blues Band
3:30 pm Ben Ruth and The Mighty Convulsions
5:00 pm Sean Webster
7:30 pm Kyla Brox Band
8:45 pm Slack Alice
10:00 pm Danny Bryant’s Redeye Band

ACOUSTIC STAGE

MC King Rollo
2:00 pm Dave Sharp (The Alarm)
3:15 pm Guy Maile
4:30 pm Bowden and Williamson
6:00 pm Open Mic Session
8:00 pm Ty Garner
9:00 pm Ian Alveston

This unique festival runs from early evening on Friday 24th August right through to late Monday evening (or even the early hours!). A superb line up is guaranteed on all stages and is not to be missed!

Please remember that last year, some days sold out completely! So, to make sure you are a part of the festival, book your ticket early!

Full festival tickets allow you unlimited access to the main stage (The International Stage) for the entire weekend and are available for £85 (until June 30th). (Day tickets also available.)

Pledge badges are also available which give you access to the official roadhouse venues (which include – The Acoustic Stage, The British Stage, The Crown Hotel, Colne & Nelson Rugby Club and The Admiral Lord Rodney).

Click here for the online booking form which you can also print and fax or post to us.

Full Festival Ticket: £85 (increased to £100 on 1 July 2007)

DAY TICKETS
Friday 24th Aug £20
Saturday25th Aug £32.50
Sunday 26th Aug £32.50
Monday 27th Aug: £25



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Grahame

April 11th, 2007 at 21:22
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Looks like the heydays of Colne are well and truly over – a bit grim again in my humble opinion – as much rock as blues! What do you guys think out there?

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Pete Evans

April 11th, 2007 at 23:14
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You’re absolutely right Gra – could someone please tell me the difference between the International stage and the British stage. Apart from the Chicago girls there’s not much to recommend. It seems to me that Colne has now lost it’s position of the UK’s top blues festival. Come back Gary Hood… quickly.

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Ken

April 12th, 2007 at 08:18
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Let’s move to Scandinavia.

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Trevor Morris

April 12th, 2007 at 08:37
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Last year we bought pledge badges at a fraction of the full ticket prices. The only venue we were denied was the ‘International Stage’. You have to ask yourself ‘Is it worth the extra’?

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Grahame

April 12th, 2007 at 10:07
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Trevor – in a nutshell the answer is ‘no’ – prices around and over £30 seems a bit on the steep side for who is on – although I realise that some of these guys don’t come cheap. Pete, you are definitely right – the festival has gone massively downhill since Gary Hood has not been involved. I was just remembering the first time I went in the mid-1990s – it was a Friday night and the bill was (I think), The Hoax, Bobby Mack, Sherman Robertson and Lonnie Mack! May be slightly out, but you can see where I am coming from!

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CK What

April 14th, 2007 at 01:29
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~Re “Let’s move to Scandinavia” here’s a sample of who’s already booked for Norway’s Notodden Fest on Aug 2-5…..

The Neville Brothers, Delbert McLinton & Band, Magic Slim, Steve Winwood Band, Deborah Coleman, Sue Foley, Debbie Davis, Jeremy Spencer, Ronnie Baker Brooks, The Blues Band, David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Janiva Magness, (the brilliant imho)Watermelon Slim & The Workers, & Paul Oscher(others tba!)