Gig: The Idle Hands & Ged Wilson – Bury Met: Saturday, 7th March

Posted on: Friday, Feb 13, 2015


Britain’s best unsigned blues rockers come to The Met on Saturday, 7th March, to perform music from their acclaimed seventh independent release “Feeding the Machine”.

“Original, enthusiastic & passionate blues as interpreted by the likes of Led Zeppelin & the wider world is catching on to The Idle Hands” – R2 Magazine

Voted Best UK Blues band 2013 by Blues Matters, The Idle Hands, are now in their 25th year together. Their sound is heavily influenced by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Jimi Hendrix to they present passionate, captivating live performances of raw original blues music. The Idle hands’ professionalism, musicianship and performances are continually praised by rock and blues music press.

‘British blues rock at its best’ – Blues in Britain


Ged Wilson has toured the nation playing blues festivals and music venues. His upbeat guitar styles interwoven with some slide, rack harp and laconic humor make for an engaging and lively performance.

Tickets are £6 and can be bought from the box office on 0161 7612216 or online at

(The Idle Hands picture: John Finlayson)

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