Blues & Boogie June Jamboree Music

Blues & Boogie June Jamboree

  • Date

    Friday 24 June 2016

  • venue

    The Blue Lamp

  • time

    Starts 8pm

  • age

    Adults, Teens

  • price

    £13.75 inc. bf | Concessions £9.90 inc. bf | Unemployed £6.60 inc. bf

  • genre


Blues & Boogie June Jamboree featuring Greg Izor, Al Brown, Spider MacKenzie & Friends plus support from Alana Wyness

Local musician Spider MacKenzie is hosting a Blues and Boogie Jamboree this June.

It’s going to be something of a blues harmonica showdown! A one off, special event that you don’t want to miss. We are very fortunate to have my pal Greg Izor from Austin Texas, USA visit us. I have taken this opportunity to put together a show featuring Greg and Al Brown.  Al is arguably the finest blues guitarist in Scotland today, if not in the UK.

Greg and Al will be backed by some very tasty musicians. It’s going to be a night to remember with a number of surprise guests sitting in. To top it all, Aberdeen’s own blues songstress and singer/songwriter Alana Wyness will kick off the evening. Oh did I say I will be playing also? Well sure, I am. I wasn’t going to miss this chance to play with some of my favourite musicians in the world. Come on down to The Blue Lamp to join in the fun!


Greg Izor

“A mash-up of Louisiana grit, Austin soul, and low-down Chicago heat, blues harmonica powerhouse”

“That all-too-rare total package- a creative vocalist, harp player, songwriter, and showman” Living Blues Magazine

“All the fat and no filler, just killer stuff!” Bushdog Blues Blog

Spider MacKenzie

“Sensitive virtuosity & imagination” Sunday Times

“I would cheerfully walk 100 miles over hot coals to feel some of his music” Blueprint - magazine


Al Brown

“Clean toned blues lines sometimes with a hint of jazz” “A breath of fresh air in this world of numerous blues rock guitarists”

“Outrageously talented” Blues in Britain


Alana Wyness

Alana is one of Aberdeen undiscovered stars. In the past her talents have been called upon by the likes of Phil Collins, The Shamen and Gerry Jablonski.

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