Robert Johnson: Walkin' Blues - presented by Kerry B Ryan

Monday 05 July 7.00pm

Frequently described as a must-see artist for true blues lovers, Kerry brings a wealth of experience to the stage, having performed live for over 30 years. He has also written, arranged and recorded his own original blues music, which has received airplay and acclaim across Australia and the USA.

Kerry will be performing a selection of songs from Robert Johnson’s catalogue, playing acoustically along with Ian Ironside on drums and percussion in his own style, but still staying true to the original versions. Songs such as Hot Tamales, Malted Milk, Come On In My Kitchen, and many more.

Having performed many Blues shows at the Ellington Jazz Club to many a sold out show this one will be one not to miss..

“I am very much looking forward to playing this show and sharing the night with you all.” – Kerry B Ryan

Opening the night will be special guest Ashlea Reale and NY Slim playing their style of Folk and Blues / Bluegrass.


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