One Eyed Crow

Alexander's Live, Chester.

One Eyed Crow

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This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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Charity Donation - The Christie Cancer Charity

The Current Charity that Alexander's Live is Supporting is The Christie Charity (Charity Number: 1049751) Jamie & Callum from Alexander's Live are joining a team of 24 warriors from Chester and Ellesmere Port's Warrior Training, Strength & Conditioning Gym's to row across the English Channel from Nieuwpoort, Belgium, to Ramsgate, England in April. This is to raise awareness and funds for The Christie Charity who support cancer sufferers and their families by providing services over and above what the NHS is able to fund. If you would like to add a donation to your transaction this would be very greatly appreciated by us all and 100% of the donation will go straight to the charity
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More information about One Eyed Crow tickets

Please note door/start time is subject to change.
Open to customers: Midday - Late
The venue is ticket only from 8pm
Most shows start between 9pm - 9:30pm

Show narr :
One Eyed Crow deliver a blistering mix of original and classic blues. Whether the groove is slow and soulful or fast and loose these guys from Merseyside always pack a punch.
After 6 years touring the UK and Europeasleadguitarist with the award winning blues singer Connie Lush, Pete Wade along with long time collaborators Pete Somerville and Paul Tsanos, was ready to unleash his own brand of electric blues on the world. Influenced by blues giants like B.B.King, Albert CollinsStevie Ray Vaughan and Rory Gallagher, Pete has developed his own unique style and was described as one of the best blues guitarists on the circuit by Blues Matters magazine.
Pete first cut his teeth as the charismatic lead singer/guitarist with the hugely popular 80's rock band Engine.  With their wild stage antics and high energy boogie rock, they were affectionately known as "the long haired lunatics from Liverpool", and for over a decade, entertained audiences all over the UK, alongside the likes of Uriah HeepSuzi Quatro and Canned Heat
Drummer Paul Tsanos has played with some of the top names on the Liverpool music scene, including Pete Wylie and Ian McNabb, Connie Lush & Parlour Flames with Bone head from Oasis. He also performed alongside Ringo Starrat the Liverpool Capital of Culture concert at the Echo Arena in 2008.
Bass player Pete Somerville was recruited after he supported the legendary blues man Peter Green at the International Guitar Festival of Great Britain and he has also played with Ian McNabb.
With their authentic sound and highly entertaining show, this exciting blues trio are gaining a reputation as one of the best new blues bands around.     Catch them now and have yourself a great night out.