Between them, Graham Robins and Ronnie Johnson have played with the many of the greats, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Sting, Richie Havens, Chris Farlowe, Geno Washington, to name but a few. If that is not enough, Ronnie Johnson also appreared in such cult movies as A Hard Days Night with The Beatles and The Knack with Michael Crawford. Now they have teamed up to provide some very fine music indeed, drawn from their obvious roots in blues/soul/country/folk. Their debut album is imminent and we expect big things from these two larger than life individuals.

Support comes in the form of Seattle Songstress Holly Burton. No stranger to The Winelight stage and we are delighted to welcome Holly back with her heartfelt and melodic songs of life and nature. All cleverly crafted and supported by some exquisite guitar work.

Holly replaces the previously advertised Andrea Glass, who is sadly not able to appear.

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 11 Apr 2009 at 8:30 PM - This event has now passed

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