Gig: WT Feaster Band – Glasson Club, Maryport – 05 Jun 2011
Posted on: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
WT Feaster Band
Glasson Club, Maryport
Sunday 5th June at 4pm.
Tickets are £5.00
Following their hugely successful visit last year, the W T Feaster band are delighted to pay a return visit to the our shores once more, where they were made so welcome – and this time to launch his eagerly awaited second studio album “Wish You Well”. Two years ago their huge success and the Maryport Blues Festival trail lead them to being booked on the main stage in 2009 the following year. Glasson Club is very lucky to be hosting their return to Maryport in 2011.
Those who were lucky enough to see Travis Feaster’s electrifying power trio last year will be delighted to hear that the boys are back. Playing several genres of music including soul, R&B and grooving funk, they personalise their performance with original material and Texas/Chicago blues. Their on stage chemistry, telepathic musicianship, and a flourish of six string ferocity is reminiscent of early Eric Clapton and Cream, and as distinctive as Stevie Ray and Jimi Hendrix.
W T Feaster continues to perform outstanding, mind bending, diamond hard riffs, and everywhere the reaction is the same – stunned and awestruck.
Quote from Blues Wax Magazine about his appearance at the Maryport Blues Festival 2009 stated:
“From the moment Travis Feaster confidently launched into ‘Born Under A Bad Sign’ until the finale, ‘Hey Joe’, the local nuclear power station was made redundant. The raw energy generated seemed to suck over 1000 spectators into the marquee within minutes as Feaster pushed his guitar to unprecedented heights with an amazing dexterity reminiscent of Hendrix and SRV.”
Don’t miss the opportunity to see this outstanding talent. Walk, run, catch a bus train or plane – whatever it takes, just get there, join in the party and witness a remarkable performance!
Get your signed copy of the new album on the night – and don’t forget to bring an extra pair of socks – COS HE’S GONNA BLOW THE FIRST PAIR RIGHT OFF