Download – Giles Robson & The Dirty Aces

April 24, 2011 in Uncategorized

Giles Robson and The Dirty Aces have been getting some serious attention on the British music scene of late. Sure, we love 'em.. Giles has featured in Blues in Britain a couple of times in the last year.. but you'd perhaps not expect the likes of Tom Robinson and Chris Evans to be singing their praises on the BBC.

However, when you listen to the effortless ease with which the boys swing through The Mighty Incinerator (the lead track from the upcoming album Crooked Heart Of Mine), it's easy to understand the plaudits they've been getting and just what a force they've become. Giles is a terrfic harp player, no doubt, but this is great ensemble playing. He meshes superbly with his song writing partner and zippy lead guitarist Filip Kozlowski, Ian Jennings slapping the bull fiddle and Mike Hellier thumping the skins.

Grab this track, then go see 'em!

Download: 'The Mighty Incinerator'

Tour:

Tuesday April 26th - The Musician, Leicester
Tuesday 10th May - Blues Kitchen, Camden, London (album release party)
Wednesday 11th May - Greystones, Sheffield
Friday 13th May - Cleethorpes Pleasure Island, Cleethorpes
Sunday 15th May - The Hope Tavern, Holton-Le-Moor, nr. Market Rasen
Monday 16th May- The Famous Monday Blues Club, The Bullingdon, Oxford

- by Keith Shackleton

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Comments (2)

 

  1. Jennifer Wheeler says:

    I believe you should add Steve Morrison’s name to the list below on your home page. He is a very accomplished blues musician in London. His slide guitar skills are amazing and his blues style unique. Most of the artists he plays with are listed. I first became a fan at the Cyril Davies Tribute at the Eel Pie Club where he was a featured artist. Thank you.

  2. BiB webmaster says:

    Hi Jennifer, the names below feature in the magazine or on this site. So if we do a feature on him, his name will appear.

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