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  1. A fundraiser for the Big Wheel Blues Festival. Three great local blues / roots acts. See attached poster and https://www.facebook.com/events/683049078372550/?ref_dashboard_filter=calendar for details Just £5 - tickets from Peter Norris Music and etickets.im
  2. Rock, blues and all sorts of other stuff in a rare appearance by Walter Ego. Not to be missed!
  3. His website really is something to behold - so much inaccurate or just plainly wrong science, particularly the geology in which he claims to have a degree. More worrying is the openly homophobic stuff and the encouragement to hate various parts of society. Bear in mind they have been trying to get this fool into schools. He must be basically a dishonest conman, making a living out of vulnerable people because surely no one is stupid enough to be convinced by all that! Take you time to read some, hilarious if it weren't so dangerous! http://www.askjohnmackay.com
  4. why not actually come to the Big Wheel Blues Festival? You can see the local bands any weekend, not often you get chance to see Mud Morganfield and Buddy Whittington!
  5. and the full daytime line up (which is all free ) is as below: Big Wheel Blues Festival 2012 Day Time Entertainment Saturday Acoustic Stage on the Bowling Green (35 min sets) Electric Stage in the Pavilion (35 min sets) 12.50 – 1.25 Hit and Run 1.00 – 1.35 Richie Moore Band 1.30 – 2.05 MannaninBlack 1.45 – 2.20 Bartoads 2.10 – 2.45 Beastie Dovey 2.30 – 3.05 Walter Ego 2.50 – 3.25 Al Lawrence 3.15 – 3.55 Stalking Heads 3.30 – 4.05 Hugh Price 4.05 – 4.40 Loose Crew 4.10 – 4.45 John Barker Timings are approximate and the line up is subject to last minute changes Big Wheel Blues Festival 2012 Day Time Entertainment Sunday Acoustic Stage on the Bowling Green (35 min sets) Electric Stage in the Pavilion (35 min sets) 12.50 – 1.25 1.00 – 1.35 TBC 1.30 – 2.05 Blue John and Papa Cass 1.45 – 2.20 Condition Blue 2.10 – 2.45 Dick Best and Tony Knowles 2.30 – 3.05 Borderline 2.50 – 3.25 Another Shade of Blue 3.15 – 3.55 Bus Pass Blues Band 3.30 – 4.05 Richie Moore 4.05 – 4.40 Big Wheel Blues Band 4.10 – 4.45 Manx Jazz Kats Timings are approximate and the line up is subject to last minute changes
  6. An amazing line up of internationally acclaimed bands and musicians with the eldest son of Muddy Waters the man that John Mayall said was the best Bluesbreaker guitarist..... and that's comparing him with Clapton and Peter Green
  7. at The Centenary Centre £10 from tickets and usual outlets
  8. Elvis

    Bwbf09

    Still some tickets left for both Saturday and Sunday nights but expecting a sell-out as last year. tickets and info
  9. Elvis

    Bwbf09

    About 2pm on saturday afternoon hopefully!
  10. Elvis

    Bwbf09

    Just two weeks to go! Three world class acts each night for just £16.50 - you won't get that sort of bargain at the Villa!!! Tickets and lots of info here
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