Founder member of psychedelic rock icons Cream to play Aberdeen Music Hall

Founder member of psychedelic rock icons Cream to play Aberdeen Music Hall

Rock power icon Jack Bruce, one of the founder members of the iconic 60s band Cream, is to play Aberdeen’s Music Hall this spring.
 
With his band, The Big Blues Band, he will appear in the city centre venues on Thursday, March 13, as part of a national tour. Tickets are on sale now online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty’s Theatre.
 
One of the true giants of modern music, Jack Bruce was the vocalist and bass player in Cream and composer of many of their classic hits, including White Room, Sunshine of Your Love, and I Feel Free. Before that he played in John Mayall'ss Blues Breakers and the classic Blues Incorporated.
 
His new 10-piece band covers the Cream hits and classics by the likes of BB
King, Freddie King, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Howlin' Wolf and Robert Cray. The line-up includes guitarist Tony Remy, drummer Frank Tontoh, keyboard player Paddy Milner, bass player Nick Cohen, trombonist Winston Rollins, tenor sax player Derek Nash and trumpeter Paul Newton
 
Scots-born Jack has also maintained a solo career that spans several decades, and has participated in several critically acclaimed musical ensembles.
 
Easily recognised as a memorable vocalist and bass guitarist, he has been referred to as a world-class pioneer in his main instrument; a composer of some of the most endurable and recognisable rock songs of our time; an accomplished classical, jazz and Latin musician and one of popular music's most distinctive and evocative voices.
 
Jack also trained as a classical cellist, but despite all other genres of music with which he is associated, he has always considered himself to be a jazz musician, although much of his catalogue of compositions and recordings tend to evoke the blues and rock and roll.

Posted on Friday 10 January

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