Troubleshooters at the BT Blues Club

THIS Saturday, November 5 sees the BT Blues Club play host to two excellent bands.

Kicking the live music off will be the Gator Blood Blues Band who are no strangers to the BT Blues Club having played twice within the last year.

However, Saturday will be different - Gator Blood will play for the first time with their new drummer, none other than BT Blues Club’s own Looi.

Looi, who also plays with resident act the Stonehouse Blues Band, was recently drafted to join Gator Blood.

The band’s current line up is now front man extraordinaire Stephen ‘Bing’ Crosbie, Joe (Lead guitar), Jay (Bass Guitar), Chris (Keys) and Paul ‘Looi’ Bullick on drums.

Gator Blood will entertain the crowd with their extensive range of Chicago based blues, classic rock with a twist and a few surprises along the way. This should be a good gig, not to be missed.

Following Gator Blood will be The Troubleshooters. Again these guys have also played the club in in 2010 and have been asked to return due to crowd demand.

Jim, who plays lead guitar for the band, has been described as a sound alike to the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan.

The guys from Troubleshooters play a range of live guitar driven blues adding their own spin along the way. Another act not to be missed.

December will see the return of resident band The Stonehouse Blues Band belting out their blues and rock classics.

It will also see a special guest appearance guaranteed to put a smile on any rock and blues fan face - watch this space for more details.

Doors open as usual at 3.30pm on Saturday with live music kicking off soon after 4pm. Their will be the usual raffle and prizes, all for only £5.

Everyone welcome.