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  • Friday 30 November

  • Café Drummond

  • 20:00

  • Over 18s only

  • £15.75

  • Music

Doors: 20:00Time: 8:30pm

Blues Rock Aberdeen is delighted to bring back BEN POOLE to the Granite City for the first time since February 2017. Before that he played a stunning co-headline date with Stevie Nimmo at Café Drummond.

His last album “Time Has Come” won many accolades and excellent reviews all over the world. His “Live at the Albert Hall” album also enhanced his status as a highly acclaimed guitarist causing Jeff Beck and Kenny Wayne Shepherd to utter some positive quotes.

This time round Ben is promoting his new studio album “Anytime you need me” produced by Wayne Proctor of King King. The press release says :

“The new studio album marks a point in Ben’s career where he feels he’s really found himself as an all-round guitarist, singer and song-writer. The best representation on a studio record so far of the attitude, energy and excitement that he brings to his live shows. The album is a melting pot of rock, blues and soul but with a pop sensibility in the songwriting allowing it to feel accessible throughout. The overall sound showcases a lot of grit and a swagger, with special emphasis on guitar tones and instrumental performances from everyone who played on the album”.




  • Fri 30 Nov 8:30 PM £15.75

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