Gig: 10 years of Wrexham Blues

Posted on: Friday, Nov 23, 2007

Pete Evans just emailed to remind us all about the celabrations this weekend.

On Saturday 24th November, it will be the 10th anniversary of live blues music being presented in the Wrexham area by the organisers of Hooker blues club and Worthenbury blues and roots club.

To commemorate this event, top British blues rock band Trafficker fronted by one of the country’s finest blues guitarists Tommy Allen will be playing at Wrexham rugby club, the venue at where it all started in 1997.

Supporting Trafficker will be Karac, the Welsh bilingual country rock blues band from the Gwynedd area who were a great success at the Worthenbury festival.

Playing rhythm guitar and on vocals will be Steve Jones aka “Pablo”, the resident artist at Colne and Burnley festivals.

Come along and help us enjoy ten years of live music
The doors open at 7.30pm and the show starts at 8.30pm with the tickets costing £9.
To reserve tickets call me on  01948 770215
The venue capacity is set at 150 and nearly 100 tickets have gone.



November 24th, 2007 at 14:23
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Hi Pete – Hope you and the guys have a great night to celebrate 10 years of great blues. I have had some memorable nights through the years at both Hookers and the festivals, and some I can’t remember – damn session ale! Will be in the area tomorrow, think you know why – regards to Karl!