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Aberdeen Jazz Festival presents Kenny Neal Band & Tim Elliott Acoustic Trio

Aberdeen Jazz Festival presents Kenny Neal Band & Tim Elliott Acoustic Trio

  • Friday 22 March

  • The Lemon Tree

  • 8.00pm

  • £16.50

  • Music

Doors: 8.00pmTime: 8:30pm

"Kenny Neal is the real deal. One of the leading Blues musicians of today.  Born in New Orleans, the guitarist/vocalist/harmonica player grew up in a Blues family with Buddy Guy and Slim Harpo as family friends, and his music is steeped in blues heritage from Delta and Chicago blues but champions the ""swamp blues"" from Louisiana that resonates with laid back New Orleans soul. The only UK date on his European tour is in Aberdeen! A special coup for North-East Blues fans. 

And there’s more! Tim Elliot, founder and leader of Blues n’Trouble, Scotland’s leading blues band for decades, is performing in an acoustic trio.  Tim’s voice and gritty crackling vocals will refresh some old school blues classics.  


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