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Saturday, March 4, 2017 03:24:40 PDT
Realy nice, thank you so much for all of this.
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Saturday, August 27, 2016 05:13:09 PDT
Saw Debbie last night in Rhyader, Mid Wales. Really good evening, loved the music.Thank you.
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Thursday, August 11, 2016 10:50:44 PDT
Iron Road - Evesham -10/8/16 - Part 2
Wonderful Evening of Great Music bathed in a Brilliant Atmosphere. Great Musicians played their part in beaming us to a land of juke joints & Blues Roots Music with such conviction & Passion that the audience were swept along with the Emotion.
I had only known of the Debbie Bond band for literally days before the event but now I feel I have known them forever. This is the Real Deal. Sublime Music & a history lesson to give background & perspective to the Evening. Humbled to have met Debbie Bond & her husband Rick Asherson who are lovely, talented, friendly & passionate about their Art. Enjoyed all the songs. Train Song, Love Vibration, Remedy, You're The Kind of Trouble & so many more. I listened to the CDs on the way home & have been listening while driving taxi all day today. The Drummer, Sam Kelly & Sax Player, Ray Carless were totally Amazing Too.It was great to chat to them all & also Drummer Steve Byrne. They all have so much talent & stories to tell. All in All a Wonderful Evening!
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Thursday, August 11, 2016 10:16:54 PDT
Iron House - Evesham - 10/8/16
Amazing Evening because of many things & many connections:-
Vintage Trouble Band - Changed my life in music 3 years ago & have met so many lovely people - They recreate the Juke Joint feel all the time. You did it so well here. Richard Dunning recommended whom I met through Karena K Ashton & Wily Bo Walker Because of Radio Wales - Introduced by Du Bellows Band.
I went not just because the band looked like they sounded great & they have created the amazing Alabama Blues Project & I love so many artists from Alabama but a multitude of reasons.
Life is the sum of all the people you meet & the connections you make (Harrold Robbins taught me that over 40 years ago - Don't laugh)
Last night I met some totally Amazing Musicians. I was talking to an American author friend yesterday & her advice about the gig was 'Smell It, Taste It, Feel It Hear It. That's What I did! Blown Away!
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Wednesday, August 10, 2016 09:34:03 PDT
Well patrons of Richard Dunning Tuesday Night Club
In Coulsdon were once again treated to another excellent night of origanal blues and soul music.
Debbie Bond & hubby Radiator Rick graced the stage as a duo and promptly filled the night with tracks from both Cd's . Influenced and mentored by some of the great authentic Alabama blues maestro's such as Willie King.and Johnny Shines to name two.
Debbie has honed this into a full force blues delivery with style feeling great guitar intonation a respectfull nod to roots and then delivered with her own creative twists.
It's a delight to be in the company of two affable performers at one with the selves the music and the room. I for one loved it as did everyone at the TNBC
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Monday, August 17, 2015 01:08:44 PDT
We had a chat after your Fat Lils gig - I'd been to see you at the Jericho Tavern a few days before - which really says it all.
Got to say that they were 2 great gigs and look forward to your next tour in the UK.