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Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion

Start
April 28, 2018 9:00 pm
End
April 29, 2018 12:00 am
Address
The Palladium Club, Lower Gunstone, Bideford, UK   View map
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01237 478860

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Zoë Schwarz Blue Commotion: “Their originality and adventurous spirit gives them every right to be regarded as being in the vanguard of contemporary blues” – Pete Feenstra, Jan 2018 Get Ready to Rock Magazine

“A serious band with unique songs, tight instrumentation, and a powerful woman up front… edgy vocals, and scorching guitar solos.” – Blues Blast Magazine, USA 2017

The whole band, in its entirety, creates a luxurious and irresistible sound, displaying great skills and artistic finesse. Zoë Schwarz’ dynamic and commanding vocal delivery is both eclectic and suave at the same time; just like a chameleon, one part Janis Joplin, one Billie Holiday, and one Nina Simone”.

The band’s exciting live set is based around rootsy originals: Strong catchy riffs, interesting arrangements, and exciting grooves featuring Rob’s electrifying, and unmistakable touch and flow on guitar. The highly accomplished rhythm section of Pete Whittaker-Hammond organ and Paul Robinson-drums (Nina Simone, Van Morrison, The Proclaimers, Paul McCartney to name a few) bring massive musical authority and the ability to push the music in unpredictable and exciting directions.

Zoë Schwarz Blue Commotion have made a considerable impact these last five years, and is one of the band’s that have added a fresh approach and vibrancy to the UK Blues. They are finalists in two categories in the 2018 UK Blues Awards.

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“Innovative spark, virtuoso playing and a dare-devil attitude” – Pete Feenstra – Get Ready To Rock, Feb 2017

“Incendiary vocal, guitar and organ work” – Ed Mitchell, The Blues Magazine, 2016

“A great band. Terrific musicians. Very nice indeed” – Paul Jones Rhythm & Blues, BBC radio 2, 2017