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Andy Twyman - the one man blues & comedy band

Dates Playing: Fri evening


When Andy released the first ever naked Christmas music video it hit the national headlines, leading The Mirror newspaper to ask "Is this the best Christmas music video ever?" With the topics of his songs ranging from chickens to Luxembourg via Pot Noodle, 25 year old Andy Twyman blends blues with humour and rock and roll to titillate your ears, mind and toes. This Summer Andy is playing at Glastonbury and Beautiful Days Festival. Having performed on BBC Three and Channel 4, Andy's reputation is growing as a highly original and entertaining act.

"His guitar sounds either stoic like John Lee Hooker or grooves like Bo Diddley" Wasser-Prawda (Germany)

"The Master of The One Man Band" Blues In Britain Magazine

"The audience were enthralled and entertained" The Hastings Flyer

"A real entertainer, a provider of a refreshing blast of new Blues" Blues Matters Magazine

Photo by John Bull

Anita Jardine

Dates Playing: Fri afternoon, Sat afternoon, Sun afternoon


A CLASSICALLY trained pianist and veteran songwriter, Anita took to the guitar like a duck to water in recent years and has rocked the not so free world ever since. Her worldwide appearances have led to musical connections being forged at large in USA, Canada, Eastern and Western Europe, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Panama, Bali and… Swanage.

Anita will be hosting the Open Mic sessions at the Red Lion on Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons and warming up the crowds with some of her original blues.

"Absolutely unique, she has presence and charisma. Great vocals, original song writing and inimitable style." Stuart Carter-Smith, Gypsy Fire

 "Very funny and sharp observations on life" Kevin Hewick, The Musician

Back Porch

Dates Playing: Fri afternoon, Sat evening, Sun afternoon


Back Porch’s unique variety of foot-stomping acoustic blues has seen them build a strong following in the East Anglian live music scene and elsewhere across the UK and beyond.

The unusual line-up of Mike Rushmore on vocals, washboard and bass drum, Jon Miller on lead and slide guitars and Steve Graham on harps was augmented in 2015 by renowned blues guitarist Toni Vines.

They’ll often make you laugh, sometimes make you cry, but you’ll always leave a Back Porch performance a little happier than when you arrived!

The band has shared the bill with Dr Feelgood, Nine Below Zero, The Hamsters, King King, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Jo Harman, Oli Brown and Mike Sanchez amongst others and has graced clubs and festivals in the UK, Germany, Belgium and France.

Their music has regularly featured on blues radio programmes including BBC local radio, Saint FM, Trentsound, Gateway 97.8, KCOR Kansas City, Felixstowe FM, Ipswich ICR and Dainem Radio (Germany).

“Thoroughly entertaining”Bluesmatters

“A breath of fresh air”Evening Star, Ipswich

“The Suffolk music scene has been crying out for a group like Back Porch for as long as I can remember”Stephen Foster, BBC Radio Suffolk



Backwater Roll Blues Band

Dates Playing: Sat evening


BACKWATER ROLL are a powerful high energy harmonica driven 6 piece blues band based in Southampton, Collectively as BACKWATER ROLL,


The new live album “ Backwater Roll – LIVE at the Platform” has had a huge amount of radio play since the release in November 2014 including numerous plays on BBC Radio Solent & BBC SOUTH and surrounding areas, the album had been in the IBBA’s Top 25 for 3 months running with a best spot of number 5 in its first month of release. AND a Rolling 6 month position of 31.

The band put on a private SELL OUT fundraising gig last year for a little girl with Spina Bifida and raised over £7,500.

Barry Pethers has been with us on Bass Duties for 2 years now and is very well known on the UK & European Blues scene for his work mainly with young star Ben Poole

The new Live album features our very special guest Jon Amor from The Hoax recorded in July 2016

Backwater Roll are currently working on their 1st Studio Album and it is due for release towards the end of this year

"THESE GUYS ARE GREAT" - Paul Size ( The Red Devils )

"BY FAR THE BEST BLUES OUTFIT IN THE SOUTH , A MUST SEE ACT" - Adam Blackmore - BBC SOUTH and surrounding areas

"IF YOU TRULY LOVE MUSIC, MISS THEM AT YOUR PERIL" - Robin Bhairam ( The Tuesday Night Music Club London )


Good work chaps

The Band are as follows…

Miff Smith – Harmonica & Vocals

Deano Matthias – Guitar

Louis Matthias – Guitar

Barry Pethers – Bass

Stevie Watts- Keys

Alan Taylor – Drums

Blue Touch

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon, Sat evening


BLUE TOUCH are delighted to be invited once again to the Swanage Blues Festival, and look forward  to meeting friends both old and new

The captivating Andrea Maria on vocal duties has been described in BluesMatters! magazine as “making Madonna look like a virgin”. Andrea has been singing and performing for many years and her stunning stage presence never fails to impress.

On drums, the rock powerhouse that is Hugh Lawrenson ... In the past Hugh has toured extensively throughout Europe, South Africa and the Middle East, and always enjoys our trips to Swanage.

Alan Cleaves has been playing guitar for longer than he cares to remember - and also sings a bit. Despite being rarely spotted without a Les Paul, Alan has far too many guitars!

Also on guitar and vocals, Neil Sadler has had a long career as both a professional musician and the proprietor of a recording studio. Neil somehow makes the astonishing seem easy...

Merv Griffin on bass is a founder member of the band who often seems to have lurid coloured strings on his guitar but still seems to make the right sort of noise!

The band plays at many clubs, festivals and other events with a range of blues and rock providing different interpretations to suit, but it’s always a dynamic stage show.

2016 sees the release of their latest CD, which for the first time consists entirely of Blue Touch originals, all with the unmistakable Blue Touch....touch. We hope to see you over the weekend, please come and say hello!

Blues Business

Dates Playing: Sun afternoon


Take a little B.B. and Sonny Boy. Add some Little Walter with a good helping of Muddy, all topped out with a dash of Jagger/Richards and you've got a band whose business is the blues!

Blues Business is an established Kent/Sussex band playing the music they've been loving for the past half century. Sometimes we've come to a song via someone else's cover and then realised we heard it first all those years ago. We try to be true to the feel of the original whilst putting our own stamp on the song.

We love the quirky songs – the ones that have lines that make you smile, or maybe have a double meaning. There's a lot of that in our music!

The band has played widely including at venues in Florida and France, further visits are planned for later this year, plus ‘High on the Blues’ at Himalayan Blues Festival in Kathmandu. We are recording a new album which will include contributions from the Blue Dice horn section (Tampa Bay’s premiere Act).

The band comprises Roger ‘Wildman’ Fuller – harp and vocals, ‘Mr 110%’ Mark Roberts – drums, ‘BB’ Bruce Fryer – guitar and vocals, ‘BassMan’ Alan Burris.


Dates Playing: Various

Busking is outside the organisation of the blues festival. The sheer number of buskers and the audience they attract is a cause for concern at Swanage Railway Station, and I've heard that they are reviewing the situation. Although Busking is not within my remit as organiser, I do urge Buskers to be careful where they play, and certainly please do not in any way interfere with the smooth running of local businesses. There is a wealth of information about busking in Dorset on the county council's website.


Dates Playing: Sat afternoon, Sun afternoon


British Blues Award winners Catfish have carved a reputation for themselves as an excellent live band with a phenomenal frontman in 22 year old guitarist/vocalist Matt Long who plays with a real passion for the blues.

They received two nominations in the British Blues Awards 2015, taking third in Emerging Artist, and followed this with three in 2016, taking first in keyboards and third in Young Artist.

The band crashed onto the blues scene in January 2015, with their debut album ‘So Many Roads’ going straight in at no 1 in the IBBA blues airplay charts. Their EP, a tribute to BB King called ‘When BB Sings the Blues’, charted at no 5 in February 2016         

In January 2017 they released their much-anticipated second album ‘Broken Man’ which is almost entirely original material.  Broken Man also reached no 1 in the IBBA blues airplay charts in March 2017.  This is blues with a very broad brush - from epic prog anthems to stripped back piano ballads.  Reviews include this one from Blues in Britain Magazine:

'Catfish's new Broken Man a turning point for the band showing that not only is Catfish one of the best live bands on the blues circuit at the moment, but that the calibre of their songwriting matches that.' Blues in Britain, December 2016

'Catfish are one of the finest live bands in Britain today.  The quality of musicianship is outstanding and in Matt Long, they have one of the greatest young guitarists on the scene today...' Blues Matters Magazine August 2017

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Chicago 9

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon


Roots Americana meets Canvey Island chaos somewhree down the Itchen Delta. Killer guitar licks, screaming harmonica, a thumping back beat and savage vocals. This is good time Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Soulful Country, blended in the musical cooking pot with just a dash of Ska to season and excite.


Dawg Q Bones

Dates Playing: Sat evening


Dawg Q Bones are so excited at being included in the line-up for Swanage Blues Festival in October 2017 .

Steve Lambsden singer/guitarist with THE BLUES ISSUE & Dusty Bones Bass guitarist with CATFISH, first thought up this project in 2015. By chance Dusty knew Doctor Bob Q, Harp player & drummer with a vocal tone that exploded behind Steve’s warm lead vocal style.  That’s the moment Dawg Q Bones was born.

We started life as a 3 piece band collecting a whole bag of songs we’d always wanted to play, from way back in the belly of the blues though to the British influences of the 60’s & 70’s and right up to the present day with 6 self-penned songs already pot.

Why not take a listen to Hey Babe on YouTube search; Hey babe by Dawg Q Bones

For Swanage we are bringing in the very talented Kevin Yates Drummer with CATFISH to allow Doctor Bob to really shine with his hypnotic Harp playing.

During evening we will be inviting a number of very talented guest Musicians up to join us on stage. Guaranteed the one not to be missed.

Fabulous Fezheads

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon, Sat evening


Under the watchful eye of Father Ken, the Fabulous Fezheads blend a mixture of Dance, Danger and Music that will Astound, Astonish and Amuse.

They've appeared at both Swanage Blues festivals every year since 2007 and will be rocking the Red Lion Saturday evening.

Other notable appearances include 23 consecutive years at the Rochester Sweeps Festival, Glastonbury twice including 3 stage shows, 14 years at the Wimborne Folk Festival, The Festival of Horror San Sabstian, Spain, 10 consecutive years at Guilfest, over 40 appearances at Saracens Rugby Club, Vicarage Road and twice at Twickenham Stadium. There are too many more to list here.

Their new album "Busking in Benghazi" is out now.

Garry "The Slideguy" Smith

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon


"Wicked slide and fine humour" Andy Snipper. Music

Geoff Garbow Blues Band

Dates Playing: Sat evening


“Energetic, eclectic, mixing straight blues with dirty southern rock, funk, a splash of AOR (and even some dark moody reggae)” - Plunger

Great West Groove

Dates Playing: Thu evening, Fri evening, Sat afternoon, Sat evening, Sun afternoon, Sun evening


Blues Matters magazine called them: "Tasty, Witty & Tuneful".

With the journey to many of their gigs beginning on Brentford’s Great West Road – that’s where the band took their name from. With acoustic instruments, basic percussion and a Mississippi Stomp Box – ‘minimalism’ is the word.

Their debut 3 track CD, recorded in Brentford and mixed in Ealing, features the original ‘Why The Hell Wasn’t I Born Rich!’ (a catchphrase for our times!), a stompin’ take on the Clovers’ ‘Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash’ and another original, ‘In Trouble Again’ – a reflection on misspent youth.

The idea is to play Blues & Roots based music which is highly rhythmic, artistically valid but delivered with a sense of humour. Using a ‘minimalist’ semi-acoustic format so that the band can perform just about anywhere.

ROBERT HOKUM: Acoustic Guitar / vocals. Bluesmaster, Funkateer, Master of Wit and Repartee, Global Groover and custodian of British Blues heritage. He has performed for Royalty, prison inmates, bikers, the chattering classes and the hoi polloi in venues as diverse as museums, shopping precincts and the Dog and Duck. You may have seen or heard him in the occasional ad or radio show. He was asked to audition for 'The Voice' but a chap has to preserve his artistic integrity........ As a songwriter, all his songs are based on personal experience or downright lies - the listener can decide which. Blues in Britain of Oct 2014 described him as 'a hard act to follow'...........

STEVE KING: Acoustic Bass guitar / backing vocals. Pro Bass player and Teacher. Studied music at the University of the Highlands and Islands in Scotland and later wrote and published "Head To Head, Aerobics for Electric Bass". Following excellent reviews "Head to Head" rapidly became one of the all time best selling UK bass teaching books.

PAUL WHITE: Percussion / backing vocals. Paul holds a doctorate in Mesozoic taxidermy, specialising in Pterodactyls. He has a keen interest in toast and his favorite preserve is apricot. Why is edam different from other cheeses I hear you ask? Well, that's because it’s made backwards. Paul's other interest include egregious badgers, onomatopoeia and cross-stitch.


‘Tasty. Witty & Tuneful.’ BLUES MATTERS, APRIL 2016 CD review

‘.....their stripped back semi-acoustic format allowed both gritty echt vocals and guitar skills to shine on both covers and superb originals like 'Walking The 4020' (that's the Uxbridge Road not a shotgun) and the sardonic, witty, 'Why the Hell Wasn't I Born Rich?' BLUES IN BRITAIN, SEPT 2015 review of the Ealing Blues Festival.

For further info, contact: Robert Hokum.


Approached at the last minute to cover a cancellation at the Ealing Club, the Great West Groove put down their acoustic instruments, picked up the electrics and jammed their way through a set loosely based on the first Rolling Stones album. This impromtu debut was so well received that it immediately gained them a headline gig at Richmond's Crawdaddy Club. Prepare yourselves for a full on set of 60's inspired British Rhythm'n'Blues. No slow songs, if it ain't danceable, they don't play it.

Robert Hokum - guitar / vocals

David Stone - guitar

Steve King - bass

Paul White - drums

+ special guest Sam Adams - sax.

Hugh Budden

Dates Playing: Thu evening, Fri afternoon, Fri evening, Sat afternoon, Sat evening, Sun afternoon, Sun evening


A great singer/harmonica player, Hugh will be opening the festival with organiser Steve Darrington and Robert Hokum's Great West Groove for 'An Evening With...' at The Legion on Thursday. On Friday afternoon Hugh will be with Pete Harris doing an acoustic set, and over the weekend he will be Master of Ceremonies/Artist in Residence/ Floor Manager at the Grand Hotel, sitting in with bands on occasions.

Hugh started playing blues harmonica relatively late in life compared to the vast majority, having been inspired by seeing “9 Below Zero” at Reading Rock festival. Before long he was playing with the newly formed band “The Producers” who went on to become British Blues Band of the year many times. These days he performs with some of the most respected musicians in the South playing across the spectrum of blues styles, not forgetting Rock 'n' Roll, Jazz, Country and Indie music. This is hardly surprising as he cites Kim Wilson, Howard Levy and the late Norton Buffalo as his Harmonica Heroes. Hugh has performed with or supported many legends of the Blues and Rock scene in many European countries as well as New Zealand, The Middle East and the Caribbean - which may explain his taste for loud shirts and shoes!






Jam Sessions with Robin Bibi Band

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon, Sun afternoon


Jam Sessions will  be hosted by the Robin Bibi Band at Bar One on Saturday afternoon and The Legion on Sunday afternoon for the October Festivals. Check in with Robin at the Jam Sessions, drummers bring own sticks.

John McClean & the Clan

Dates Playing: Sat evening


JOHN was born in Wellington, New Zealand. He formed his first band in 1976 and has worked on many musical projects since, eventually travelling to the UK with the "Early Days Blues Band" in 1998.

Currently based in South London and performing around the UK, "John McClean and The Clan" are:

His son Ben on drums, his wife Jennie, Big Al on guitar and Liberty from Burundi on bass (almost a family band).

"John is a highly acclaimed singer and guitarist who sings from the heart and has an extraordinary hold on an audience. His warmth and conviction exude from the stage whenever he plays". (Goose is Out)

"The magical blend of mighty vocals, solid grooves and lively energy, will raise the hair on the back of your neck"

So bring your dancin' shoes... you will want to move.


Dates Playing: Sun evening


LEDFREE are proud to have performed at the Swanage Blues Festival six times, since they burst onto the scene in August 2013. If you haven't seen them yet, close your eyes and fly over to New York's Madison Square Garden - 1973, and sail to 1970's Isle of Wight Festival where Led Zeppelin and Free are slaying massive audiences with their intoxicating high powered rock and blues.

All Right Now, Whole Lotta Love, My Brother Jake, Kashmir, Wishing Well, Stairway to Heaven....are just a few of the gems LedFree serve to perfection with the same, classic, 4 piece lineup of the two mighty bands they respectfully and excitedly replay before their fans. LedFree look forward to seeing you there.

photo by Paul Dubbelman

Lewis Cohen

Dates Playing: Fri evening, Sat evening


Lewis has a become a firm favourite amongst lovers of country blues and acoustic roots music. His live performances cover a vast range of styles and material, from gutsy Mississippi Hill Country blues to guitar arrangements of Appalachian fiddle tunes. A consummate interpreter, Lewis uses his hugely versatile vocal skills and deft guitar work (incorporating fingerpicking, flatpicking and bottleneck) to bring his own style to classic songs by the likes of Charley Patton and Muddy Waters, whilst also delivering surprising adaptations of songs originally from outside the blues and roots canon.

'A fine blues guitarist' - Robin Denslow, The Guardian

'Lewis really understands the music that he plays' - Michael Messer


Dates Playing: Sun evening


Founded in 2005, the four piece Northsyde began life as Funkydory. Their debut album "Still" was released in 2006 to fine reviews, and the band toured consistently for the next two years supporting it, and growing a dedicated fanbase. With a grooving combination of Rock, funk and a serious nod to the blues - their follow up album "Mercy's Medicine" was released independently in 2009, again to strong acclaim.

The band is fronted by vocalist Lorna Fothergill, who is also the main lyricist and songwriter. With a dynamic and powerful vocal style, she has been described as "Robert Plant meets Aretha, with a hint of Janis". Playing guitar for the band is her husband, Jules Fothergill. The Fothergills first met as band members of the erstwhile UK blues scene mainstay, Roadhouse, but soon decided to branch out on their own. Jules called on old friends Ian Mauricio and Hayden Doyle to join on Bass and Drums respectively, as they had played together in several London based bands and forged a strong relationship already. Ian's unusual style (he's left handed, and strings the bass upside-down) and Hayden's forceful grooves combine to give the band a sound quite unlike any of their contemporaries on the modern Blues and Rock circuit.

With each member of the band having unique and diverse influences, their style is eclectic, but identifiable. A heady mix of soulful Blues, shaking Funk, and Zep-style riffing, it has been best described as what you'd get from "Stanley Clarke strapped to the front of a Intercity 125 with Janis Joplin driving." - while not fitting into an easily defined pigeon-hole, sampling their music live is usually the best introduction.

Through a consistent approach to gigging around the country, Northsyde have grown into a well oiled music machine, capable of entertaining even the most discerning audiences, whether headlining UK Music festivals to playing smaller support slots: from Guilfest to Maryport Blues Festival, London's Ealing Festival and Cambridge Rock Festival, Supporting Joe Bonamassa to playing many festivals in Europe.

Open Mic Sessions hosted by Anita Jardine

Dates Playing: Fri afternoon, Sat afternoon, Sun afternoon


The Open Mic Sessions are held at the Red Lion from 2 - 5pm Friday and Saturday, and 1 - 4pm on Sunday. Slots are not booked in advance.

Book in with Anita Jardine, host of the Open Mic sessions, on the day - turn up early if you can to avoid disappointment. 1.30pm on Saturday might still be OK

Pete Christie

Dates Playing: Friday evening


"Having been thrown out of music lessons at the tender age of 15 for daring to suggest that Blues was a relevant form of “Folk” music, and then being told by the music teacher that I would never be a musician, I decided that I would spend my life proving that he was wrong – on both counts.

"The Blues was the “Turning Point” (thanks John Mayall), and foundation stone of everything else I have written, or performed since then. For me, if the song has no meaning, relevance, or message, then it is basically just a tune with words. If you like, “Pop” – and I don’t do Pop. Never have….

"I am non-commercial, genre unspecific, and inclined to wander off down the fretboard just to see where it takes me. I make no apologies for my habit of crossing barriers and kicking down the flimsy walls of comparison and style constraints, in fact, I take it as a challenge!

"Come to a gig and see what you think. You may be surprised by what I play, I know I will. I leave it to the feel of the occasion and the mood of the audience to guide my fingers…"

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Pete Harris and...

Dates Playing: Thurs evening, Fri afternoon, Sat afternoon, Sun evening


Pete Harris & Jon Vaughan duo on Thursday evening and Sunday evening, Pete Harris & Hugh Budden duo on Friday afternoon, Pete Harris Blues Band features Jon Vaughan and Ray Drury on Saturday afternoon.

“Pete Harris is a baaad man!” (Mojo Buford)

Enjoy an irresistible blend of Chicago-style Blues and Rock'n'Roll with singer/guitarist Pete Harris, piano maestro Ray Drury, Blues harp ace Jon Vaughan, and Pete's regular solid and swinging rhythm section: Bob Manley (bass) and Steve Groves (drums) – The Pete Harris Blues Band!

Pete has been active on the South Coast blues scene for over thirty years. With the Bob Pearce Blues Band he gigged extensively in England and Europe, recording a “live” album on the prestigious Blue Horizon label. He has subsequently led various incarnations of the Pete Harris Blues Band, recognised as one of the leading blues bands on the South Coast. Pete has performed on stage with many American blues artistes, notably Phil Guy, (brother of Buddy Guy), Lowell Fulson, Tabby Thomas, Gene “Mighty Flea” Connors, Mojo Buford (ex Muddy Waters Band), Byther Smith, Carrie and Lurrie Bell, Lazy Lester and Jerry McCain. He has gigged throughout the UK and in France, Belgium, Switzerland and New Zealand. He has appeared on BBC Television, Southampton TV, Portsmouth TV and many times on local and national radio.

“To find a better blues guitarist than Pete Harris you would probably have to go to Chicago” (Southampton Jazz Society)

“ a lead guitar player of deceptive skill and emotional depth. His playing appeals to the head and to the feet.” (Blueprint)

On Thursday and Sunday evening Pete will be performing in a duo with Jon Vaughan.

Jon Vaughan is widely regarded as one of the leading young harmonica players on the Blues scene, playing with great feeling, tone and creativity. His style is reminiscent of the Chicago Blues greats such as Big Walter Horton and Little Walter Jacobs. Having established his reputation with Bristol-based Blues band the Mean Red Spiders, he has been performing with Pete for the last four years, either in duo format or with the Pete Harris Blues Band.

Together Pete and Jon produce a heady and exciting mix of goodtime Blues and Ragtime with a hint of Gospel and Americana.

Of their recent CD album "Pay Some Attention" Blues in the South editor Ian Mckenzie wrote: "......inspirational. It is that because Pete and Jon make it all sound effortless. They make it sound easy, which of course it is not. Anyone thinking they might like to learn blues guitar or blues harp may easily be inspired by this magical album."

Ray Drury

Dates Playing: Various


SELF-taught from the age of 9 on a spinet organ, Ray progressed to playing keyboards in his first band at the age of 17 cutting his teeth on Motown, Soul and Stax music.

During this era, Ray played many gigs supporting named acts such as Curtis Mayfield, Gloria Gaynor, Edwin Starr, David Ruffin and Geno Washington.

Ray moved naturally over to blues and jazz funk in his 20’s and to the present day has played with many different outfits within the UK.

He currently plays across the UK, Europe and beyond with the highly acclaimed and multi award-winning band The Producers and newly formed blues quartet Teed Up.

He has won the accalade of ‘Best UK Keyboard Player’ (Bronte Blues Club Awards) and 3rd best UK Keyboard Player (Blues Matters Magazine Poll).

Red River Hogs

Dates Playing: Fri evening


The Red River Hogs first came together in 2009.  The Band played Camp Bestival in 2011 and 2013 and are regulars at the GDSF Music Festival.   Together with live appearances at various venues and festivals over the last few years they have been a hugely successful support for several Bands at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne including Dr Feelgood, Ainsley Lister, Norman Beaker Band, Chris Farlow,

Based in Dorset and Hampshire, this talented Blues Band perform new original material plus music from their two albums, 'Straight Off The Bone' and 'Tallulahs Kitchen', plus some Blues Standards.

Influenced by Lead Guitarist/Vocals Mick's love of the Deep South, Bernie the Bass' Rhythms, Chris Ess's Hammond B3 organ and Shakey's solid as a rock  drum beats, their music touches the soul.

Riverside Blues Band

Dates Playing: Fri evening


A hearty mix of Classic Blues and Old School R’n’B with foot-tapping tales from Chicago, Texas and Canvey Island...The focus is on up-tempo and upbeat so get your dancing boots on! Songs from Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, Willie Dixon, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Jimmy Rogers, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, JB Lenoir, the music of Chess Records and songs by the Beale Street Blues Boy himself - the great BB King.

Also featuring the electric blues sound of Texan T-Bone Walker, Texas blues from Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, ZZ Top, the British R'n'B of Dr Feelgood, classics made famous by Cream and Eric Clapton, and many more blues favourites.

Robert Hokum

Dates Playing: see The Great West Groove


ROBERT  HOKUM is well known to Swanage regulars, having performed at the 2nd Swanage Blues Festival and delighted to have been asked back many times! He is a prominent figure on the British Blues scene and is host musician of one of the country’s biggest Blues Festivals - The Ealing Blues Festival.

In 40+ years of gigging, guitarist/vocalist Robert Hokum has been booked to appear for Royalty, Prison Inmates, Bikers’ Rallies and Society Parties as well as becoming a regular fixture on the Blues Circuit.

At this Thursday evening performance, with Swanage keyboard maestro Steve Darrington and 'Harmonica' Hugh Budden, Bob and his Great West Groove will performin some songs from a repertoire that may surprise those more familiar with his band activities. He will also be appearing with Great West Groove and Spirit of '62 at various other venues, on occasions with Terry Marshall.


Approached at the last minute to cover a cancellation at the Ealing Club, the Great West Groove put down their acoustic instruments, picked up the electrics and jammed their way through a set loosely based on the first Rolling Stones album. This impromtu debut was so well received that it immediately gained them a headline gig at Richmond's Crawdaddy Club. Prepare yourselves for a full on set of 60's inspired British Rhythm'n'Blues. No slow songs, if it ain't danceable, they don't play it.

Robert Hokum - guitar / vocals

David Stone - guitar

Steve King - bass

Paul White - drums

+ special guest Sam Adams - sax.

* Founder & Artistic Director of Ealing Blues Festival, now in it's 30th year making it the longest running Blues Fest in London.

* Involved with the Ealing Club Heritage Project which builds on the founding of Britain's first electric blues club in Ealing on March 17th 1962. A catalyst which was to lead to the forming of the Rolling Stones and was an important factor in the careers of The Who, Manfred Mann & more. Has been directly involved in erecting Heritage Plaques for The Ealing Blues Club and Marshall Ampification.

* The album 'Robert Hokum - Live In Ealing', was included on the British Airways Inflight programmes from Sept 2015 - Sept 2016 and became the most 'listened to' album in the Jazz and Blues Category.

* Award winning author Siobham Curham based a character in her book 'Finding Cherokee Brown' on him.

* Currently recording soundtrack material for the film 'Suburban Steps To Rockland' which is about the birth of 'Rock' music in Britain.


Robin Bibi Band

Dates Playing: Fri afternoon, Sat afternoon, Sat evening, Sun afternoon


Robin Bibi Band have been exciting, inspiring and entertaining audiences in the U.K., Ireland , Europe and the USA for almost 20 years and they just keep on increasing their energy and originality with every show! They've played at almost all the major UK blues festivals appearing with artists such as Van Morrison , Chuck Berry, Bob Geldof , Dr Feelgood, UB40, Focus, Hawkwind, and many more.. Also releasing four studio and five live albums, Robin recently signed a deal with Ashwood Records and released his most original and critically acclaimed studio album "No More A Secret" which received extensive AirPlay on local and national radio and peaked at Number 2 in the Independant Blues Broadcasters Association playlist.

The band are touring the album which the company plans to release on vinyl soon.. And Robin has been nominated for British Blues Awards and recently won an award from the WRC for best guitar solo ahead of Joe Bonamassa and Richie Sambora!
Robin is a seasoned professional and widely regarded as one of the UKs finest blues/ rock guitarists having worked with legends such as the Pretty Things, Ben E. King , Robert Plant and Jimmy Page before he started the Bibi Band. The bands " Power Trio" format give them musical flexibility and they love to jam.. at the same time they are tight as a velvet glove and Robin just can't help entertaining!! The music is filled with passion and energy and the Bibi Band's unique and totally individual brand of blues is coloured with strong Rock , Funk, Fusion and Soul influences.. The Bibi Bands brief is to send the audience home on a high .. They just can't help it !!

Saiichi Sugiyama Band

Dates Playing: Fri evening


SAIICHI SUGIYAMA BAND returns to Swanage

Since being described as "a Japanese Bluesmaster" by TimeOut in 1989, Sugiyama has been playing the Blues Circuit. Being an unlikely keeper of the flame for that elusive late 60s British Blues tone, Sugiyama has collaborated with the Cream lyricist, Pete Brown over two albums working with the likes of Clem Clempson and Zoot Money. “I just love Saiichi’s great Les Paul early Clapton sound!” – Steve Darrington



Spirit of '62 (Great West Groove)

Dates Playing: see The Great West Groove


Approached at the last minute to cover a cancellation at the Ealing Club, the Great West Groove put down their acoustic instruments, picked up the electrics and jammed their way through a set loosely based on the first Rolling Stones album. This impromtu debut was so well received that it immediately gained them a headline gig at Richmond's Crawdaddy Club. Prepare yourselves for a full on set of 60's inspired British Rhythm'n'Blues. No slow songs, if it ain't danceable, they don't play it.

Robert Hokum - guitar / vocals

David Stone - guitar

Steve King - bass

Paul White - drums

+ special guest Sam Adams - sax.

Stan's Blues Jamboree

Dates Playing: Sat 1pm-7pm


Stan’s Blues Jamboree returns to Swanage Blues Festival with another cornucopia of blues performances, starting with Stan’s Blues Jam, followed by showcase slots of bands playing blues classics and original songs, and concluding with a second portion of electric jamming with Stan’s Blues Jam. More info at



Dates Playing: Sun afternoon


Acoustic blues trio with songs from the Delta, Chicago, Texas, and British blues with the spirit of Riverside Blues Band.

Steve Darrington

Dates Playing: Thu evening, Sat afternoon, Sun afternoon


Swanage Blues Festival organiser Steve was a touring musician until disability caused him to retire to Swanage in 2000. During the 1960s and 1970s, he was the house pianist/harmonica player at the legendary Nag’s Head, High Wycombe when Ron Watts promoted blues legends such as Howlin’ Wolf, Freddie King, Jesse Fuller, Doctor Ross, Champion Jack Dupree, plus rising British bands like Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack, Status Quo, Thin Lizzy, AC/DC etc.

Steve recorded on over 50 albums and played live with Duster Bennett, Jo-Ann Kelly, Brewers Droop, Lol Coxhill, Arthur Big Boy Crudup, The Bluesshakers, Billy Boy Arnold, The Mighty Flea, Mickey Baker, Albert Lee, Mark Knopfler, Roxon Roadshow, Don Everly, Marty Wilde, Lonnie Donegan, and The Boogie Band etc.

Subject to health, Steve hopes to make a few guest appearances during the festival.

Please do not approach him in person about appearing at the festival, but instead see ’Contact’ on the festival website. Thank you.

Storm Warning

Dates Playing: Sun afternoon


Storm Warning are lauded by the UK blues press as one of the best contemporary blues bands in the UK playing top quality original blues songs and making blues standards their own. “Blues workout par excellance ……Oozes class…..Love to see them play live. Uplifting stuff.”   Sunday Express

Ex Mick Ralphs Band vocalist Son Maxwell and guitarist Bob Moore, lead the band backed by Ian Salisbury on keys, Derek White (Larry Miller band) on bass and ex Mick Clarke band drummer Russ Chaney. Storm Warning have recorded four CDs, all receiving critical acclaim and tracks have been played on radio stations across the world including BBC Radio 2 for whom they also recorded a live session which was broadcast on the Paul Jones blues programme.

Teed Up

Dates Playing: Fri evening


TEED UP are a recently formed four piece blues band, although the members are certainly not new to the music scene. Together they have extensive experience having played with some of the best and most famous in the industry.All members are very well known throughout the UK and beyond, having performed at festivals in many countries over the years.

The band are:

Steve Roux – guitar/vox (Steve Roux & the Brass Knuckle Blues Band, The White Knuckle Blues Band)

Steve Browning – bass  (Pretty Things, David Gilmour)

Ray Drury – hammond/piano (The Producers)

Bernie Fox – drums (Jimmy Witherspoon, Eric Bibb, Sherman Robertson)

Back in 1993 Blues guitarist and vocalist Steve Roux signed a solo recording contract with EMI/Virgins’ Pointblank Blues Label, he was signed alongside other blues artists including: Albert Collins, Johnny Winter, Pop Staples, John Lee Hooker, John Hammond and ‘Wolfman’ Washington. Steve recorded his all original album entitled ‘steve roux’ in Memphis USA at the legendary Kiva Recording Studios. Steve’s album was release in 1994 and received critical acclaim in Europe and the Uk. Gigs and Radio sessions followed, a highlight being at the Coln Music Festival in Germany, where Steve was invited onstage by Albert Collins to join him for his encore along with Robben Ford, they played an extended version of his instrumental ‘Frosty’ to an ecstatic crowd, whilst being broadcast on national radio. Steve’s album is still receiving radio airplay throughout Europe, Australia and South Africa. More recently he’s been involved in The White Knuckles Blues Band whose album ‘It Might Just Be Too Late’ was released on the Blues Matters/Krossborder label in 2012. Steve Roux and The Brass Knuckle Blues Band followed on from this and were very busy on the blues club and festival circuit, receiving critical acclaim in many of the UK’s blues magazines. In 2013 the band released a CD Live at the Boarhunt Blues Club.

Ray Drury is a self-taught musician. He joined his first band at the age of 17 playing keyboards and cutting his teeth on Motown, Soul and Stax music. During this time, Ray played support to many top class acts including Curtis Mayfield, Gloria Gaynor, Edwin Starr, Dave Ruffin and Geno Washington. In his 20’s Ray’s playing evolved and he moved into the blues and jazz funk genre, playing in the UK and Europe with various bands. Ray has continued to play throughout the UK and Europe and as far afield as The Bahamas with the highly acclaimed and award-winning blues band The Producers, with whom he has won Best UK Keyboard Player award from the Bronte Blues Club and a top three spot in the Blues Matters writer’s poll alongside such luminaries as Paddy Milner and Bob Hall.

Steve Browning started performing at an early age. In 1989 he turned pro and joined The Pretty Things, touring all over the UK and Europe. During this time he also played with other artists including David Gilmour and Ronnie Spector. Since then Steve has performed and toured constantly and played with many bands including Chicago bluesman Khalif Wailin’ Walter. He also played at Glastonbury and a headlining spot at the 2011 Isle Of Wight Festival with 60s US legends It’s A Beautiful Day. More recently Steve has been involved in the last incarnation of The Brass Knuckle Blues Band with Steve Roux and Bernie.

Bernie Fox is a highly experienced session drummer and live performer having played with Taj Mahal, Eric Bibb, Savoy Brown, Sherman Robertson and the one and only Jimmy Witherspoon. Bernie was a founder member of The White Knuckle and Brass Knuckle Blues bands. He is renowned for his tight dynamic drumming and in 2014 was voted best drummer in the Bronte Blues Club Awards. Bernie and Steve Roux have a long history of playing together going back approximately 26 years including playing on Steve Roux’s solo album.

So… what’s with the name?

‘Teed Up’ is an old jazz slang term for being dressed up, suited, booted and ready to go…

‘‘…if you like your blues funky, rocking, swinging, slow and emotionally-charged played across a mix of reworked classics and originals then you are sure to love this band.A guitar/hammond driven 4-piece delivered with superb musicianship…’’

Terry Marshall

Dates Playing: Fri evening, Sat evening

Look at the serial number of early Marshall Guitar Amps and you'll see the letters 'JTM', which stand for 'Jim & Terry Marshall'.

Terry is the son of 'the Father of Loud'. Curiously for a family whose reputation is built on the development of big guitar amplifiers - father Jim was a drummer and son Terry is a sax player. Terry was there at the birth of British Rock Music, a former bandmate of Hendrix drummer Mitch Mitchell, he has jammed with Jimi Hendrix! Via the Marshall shop in Hanwell, Ealing - he knew them all from The Who to Screaming Lord Sutch. But enough of the name-dropping, he is an exceptionally talented saxophonist in his own right. Come and check out a genuine living legend.

The Baroness and The Bear

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon


The Baroness and the Bear play a unique mix of the Blues and beyond.

Highly praised they regularly delight audiences throughout the UK..

"Julies voice is mesmerizing....."  "Authentic yet totally unique... "

"So many people came up to us on the day and afterwards to tell us how much they enjoyed hearing them play...."

At This Festival we will be playing as a Trio with fellow Rhythm Traveller; Blues Master - Robert Hokum!

The Baroness and The Bear’s music is varied and covers many styles from traditional ‘Classic and Old’ blues such as Lil Green and Willie Dixon, to Cakewalks and Gospel, including more modern unique styles such as Tom Waites, Madelaine Peyroux, some jazzy turns and a few original compositions thrown in.

Julie and Bob are the nucleus of the band, often preforming as a duo but also as a band with the very talented Paul Borley drums/percussion and our newest recruit Steve Smith on Guitar. We are also privileged to occasionally work with other wonderful musicians "Rhythm Travellers" such as Robert Hokum Dobra and Guitar,  John William Flamenco Guitar, Sarah O’Neil and Kevin Lowen  both on Violin, Myke Clifford on Sax and Flute, and the multi-talented Wendy Benefer on Drums, Violin and Guitar. All lovely people and awesome musicians.

The last few years have been exciting for The Baroness and the Bear and they are also ‘Rhythm Travellers’ playing with other artists around the country at some truly special gigs. From a charity gig outside a vegetable shop to high society weddings and parties!

Julie and Bob have also been studying the History of the Blues at Exeter University and this has influenced their material while performing songs in their own style many of the lyrics are steeped in history and reflect the original blues meanings that had no fixed genre when they were first documented.

The spirit of The Baroness and The Bear is to share good times with lovely people.

All in all – let’s have a good time!

By popular demand this is the Baroness and The Bear’s fifth time at the Swanage Blues Festival.

They will be performing as a trio with Rhythm Traveller Blues Master:  Robert Hokum!

The Blues Issue

Dates Playing: Fri evening


“Ten-handed, Twelve-Barrelled Hot Rockin’ Blues”

What we did on our holidays… Whilst you lot were sunning it up and partying down the boys have been hard at work on -  a slew of new tunes, new vocal voices, surprising sounds and the introduction of some new instruments!

In addition to innovative arrangements of some tunes you will recognise there are new original tunes from Steve, Glen and Nodd.

This is the Swanage Festival 2017 full fat high octane, original, accept no substitute line-up of the Blues Issue: Singer and Guitarist – Steve Lambsden, Singer and guitarist Glen Mc Pheat, Harpist – Tony Smith, Drummer – Matt Greenfield, Bassist and now vocalist – Nodd McDonagh…oh and there will be keyboards, megaphones and kazoos too.

Support slots with Doctor Feelgood and Chicken Shack and Kaz Hawkins already under their belts. The summer has seen the boys expand operations Oop North as well as Dahn Sarf, more festivals, more gigs, more recordings and in Glen and Steve’s case – more Guitars.

The Blues Issue – “Bad Day for the Blues” &  “Late Edition”

The Blues Issue @ Swanage March 2016 - “The Blues Issue knocked the ball right out of the park… …Twice!”

The Blues Issue @ 100 Club, June 2016 - “…A blinding set guys. Both guitars on fire. Would’ve been a great live recording”

The Jawbreakers

Dates Playing: Fri evening, Sat evening, Sun afternoon


“EXCITING, Amazing, Stupendous and Unique!” – Steve Darrington

Absolute Top Musicians playing Blues, Jump Jive, Theme Tunes and against all odds, Big Band Swing in a way you’ve never heard before - but you'll like it... you'll like it a lot!

The Jawbreakers’ attitude: ‘How hard can it be?!!!’ means no genre of music is out of bounds.

Jump Jive, Film Noir, Sensational!

Deano Robinson on drums, Craig Broadfoot on organ and piano , Les Calvert on bass, Philip Brannan on Rhythm guitar  and E D Brayshaw on lead guitar and vocals.


The Milk Men

Dates Playing: Fri evening


THE Milk Men launched their critically-acclaimed debut album FULL PHAT at Swanage last year.  Since then, original tracks like Real Good Looking, She Don't Like Rock'n'Roll and their storming version of Dust My Broom have become staples on British Blues radio.

Bringing together members of legendary R ‘n’ B band The Pirates and British Blues Award nominated The Mustangs, The Milk Men have been tearing up venues all over the UK with their dynamic, white hot versions of classic R ‘n’ B and Blues tunes alongside unforgettable originals. With former Pirate Mike Roberts on drums. Lloyd Green (son of Pirate legend Mick Green) on bass, and Adam Norsworthy of The Mustangs on guitar, the band is rounded off by the husky blues vocals of Jamie Smy. The band's fun stage show and Dr-Feelgood stylings have won them hordes of new fans in 2016, and the band looks set to record a second album in 2017. Not to be missed if you like original, tough British r'n'b.

The Mustangs

Dates Playing: Sat evening


Fresh from their performance at Glastonbury this Summer, The Mustangs once again play Saturday night in the White Horse. The gig  has become a staple of the Swanage Blues Festival, with the band's  combination of catchy originals and blistering covers wowing Swanage punters for more than 10 years. It's always standing room only as the band often plays deep into the night, throwing out the set list and winging it as midnight draws in. The Mustangs are one of the most established and well known blues rock bands in the UK, with a reputation for blistering live shows and ground-breaking original blues albums. The band has been nominated for four British Blues Awards.

Their latest album, "Just Passing Through" has been widely hailed as their finest yet, with critics calling it a "masterpiece" and "intelligent, conceptual blues". 

 “This outfit has the potential to change how British blues is perceived and received” Blues Matters Magazine

“In a genre so dominated by predictable cover bands, the Mustangs have broken free…sheer balls tempered by plenty of heart and soul” Record Collector

 “Truly storming, ferocious…the very definition of blues rock” Rock’n’Reel mag

 "Blistering musicianship" Music Eye magazine

“Split Decision is a compulsory purchase for British blues rock fans” The Musician magazine

“Musical depth, sheer balls and plenty of heart and soul” Record Collector

“Skill, flair, and a true feeling for the music they so clearly love”

“This outfit has the potential to change the way British blues is perceived and received” - Blues Matters magazine

“Infectiously funky..and downright beautiful” – R2 Magazine

 For more information visit


The RedCrow

Dates Playing: Sat evening, Sun evening


'THE RedCrow'’ is an explosive four piece blues rock band fronted by the vocals of award-winning singer/songwriter Tracie Redding and the impressive, understated talents of lead guitarist Leigh Crowe. The band evolved around an original songwriting collaboration between these two founding members who, inspired by their early material, formed a band which after several early line-up changes, settled into place with Weymouth-based drummer Nigel Keyworth and bassist Steve Slade.

Theirs is a diverse 'blues infused' repertoire and they have a reputation for energetic live performances built around driving guitar riffs and the powerhouse vocal delivery of their signature soulful blues, funk and rock mix.  The RedCrow has quickly established itself as a regular on the south coast music scene, securing a dedicated band of followers.

Members have been regular supporters of the Swanage Blues Festival over a number of years, appearing at open mics, jam sessions and at Stan's Blues Jamboree.

The Wang Dang Doodle

Dates Playing: Sat evening


THE music of the "WANG DANG DOODLE BAND", confidentially "THE WDD", is based on R&B.

The band is based on three killer sections: the traditional rock roots come from Kosma/s guitar, the jazz syncopated rhythm from Francesco's drums and the fabulous flying harp of Laurent, which with his energy and character is the glue of this musical engine and by throwing his heart and his soul into his singing, from which approach the power of the blues is said to come.

This is The Sound of the band: a synthesis of different traditions in an explosive cocktail to drink without breath, perfect for blowing away the cobwebs and kicking off the weekend with a bang! THEY ARE THE WANG DANG DOODLE.

Tiny Tina

Dates Playing: Sun afternoon, Sun evening


Great fun with this super lady highlighting the bluesy roots of Tina Turner. Tiny Tina will be playing with her band at Swanage Bay View Holiday Park on Sunday at 2pm, and will be a guest singer with Hugh Budden at the Grand Hotel on Sunday at 8.30pm.




Tommy Allen and...

Dates Playing: Fri evening, Sat evening, Sun afternoon


Street-style Chicago blues from the 1950s and much more from this amazing singer/guitarist and friends: Fri 9pm Red Lion with Jon Vaughan, Sat 6pm & 8.15pm Sea Breeze with Ray Drury, Sun 4pm White Swan with Jon Vaughan.

Voodoo Sheiks

Dates Playing: Sunday afternoon


VIBRANT is an excellent word to describe the cranked up and cranked out hugely entertaining Voodoo Sheiks.  The Sheiks are right in the groove and carve out some serious classic sounding R&B.  There is no time to draw breath with these guys as they deliver pile driving guitar barrelling along on clipped lead runs, searing harmonica, rasped vocals and dense beats.

In 2014 The Voodoo Sheiks lit the blue touch paper with their critically acclaimed debut album 'Borrowed & New'. Now, their latest release, 'Voodification' has created the explosion!

Once again, high energy rhythm and blues forms the nucleus of the album, surrounded by catalytic elements of weapons grade rock ‘n’ roll, heavy riffing 12 bar blues, and lightning fast boogie.

The party never starts until The Voodoo Sheiks smash down your front door and deliver the goods in person.

And they always deliver!

New album coming in 2018.

Woodley Gentlemen’s Club

Dates Playing: Sat afternoon


Woodley Gentlemen’s Club is an occasional blues/jazz/pop/folk duo featuring Kevin (fiddle) and Laurie (guitar). Their eclectic repertoire and focus on entertainment has made them stalwarts of the Swanage Blues open mics since 2008, where special guests become honorary Woodley Gents!

Beside WGC, Kevin plays with the Reading Symphony Orchestra, in folk duos, and with the Miracle Cure function band. Laurie lives in Norfolk, where he performs with party rock band FireWire, Avenue Acoustic Duo and the Men from Uncle Barry. He is also called upon as a regular ‘bandleader’ at Norfolk Blues Society’s jams.



Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion

Dates Playing: Fri evening


‘A dynamic and distinctive award-winning band’

Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion have made a name and reputation for consummate musicianship, stylish delivery, and a deep rooted, rich and diverse musical vocabulary.

Their exciting live set is based around the band's rootsy originals; featuring strong catchy riffs, interesting arrangements and exciting grooves; providing the perfect vehicle for Zoë's biting, passionate and commanding vocal style, and Rob's unmistakable touch and flow on guitar.

"Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion brought a different level of class to the main stage; lovely fluid guitar from Rob Koral & Zoe's powerful, impassioned vocal” - Moray Stuart, Blues In Britian, Sept 2016, Ealing Blues Festival

  • “Blue Commotion refresh the blues genre with mostly self penned material, hugely original arrangements, virtuosic playing and of course Zoe Schwarz’s majestic vocal sweep and interpretive ability. Some people call it blues, the band would probably settle for just damn fine music!” Pete Feenstra / Award winning promoter, DJ & Features Editor - Get Ready To Rock, 2017


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