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When B.B. Sings the Blues

by Catfish

A tribute to the late B.B. King - some of his songs reinterpreted in our style, plus an original song about the great bluesman.
Genre: Blues: Guitar Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Upset Me, Baby
2:34 album only
2. The Thrill Is Gone
6:59 album only
3. Never Make a Move Too Soon
3:48 album only
4. How Blue Can You Get?
11:49 album only
5. When B. B. Sings the Blues
3:21 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Catfish met through the south coast blues jams in Worthing and Brighton where they would meet a couple of times a month just to play some blues together for fun. Matt Long (guitar/vox) and Paul Long (keyboards/vox) met considerably earlier as they are father and son! Their debut album 'So Many Roads' went straight to no. 1 in the IBBA blues airplay charts on its release in January 2015. Within their first year, they were nominated twice as finalists in the British Blues Awards 2015, the band in the Emerging Artist category and Paul Long for keyboards. They played several major blues festivals during 2015 including the Great British R&B Festival in Colne (one of the largest blues festivals in the country) and Bluesfest at the 02 (one of the biggest in Europe), the latter on guitarist/vocalist Matt's 21st birthday. As well as several well known blues clubs, they have played at two iconic music venues, the 100 Club in Oxford Street and the Eel Pie Club in Twickenham.



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