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Maximum Rhythm 'n' Blues

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About Maximum Rhythm 'n' Blues

Alan Price, the quintessential British singer/song writer of the 20th century, has enjoyed a successful career in music, film and theatre spanning over 40 years. Initially a member of The Animals, has had huge solo hits in the mid-60s with I Put A Spell On You and The House That Jack Built.

Zoot Money is quite simply the biggest character on the British rhythm and blues scene since the early 1960s, his Big Roll Band were a permanent fixture at the Flamingo Club. Zoot's shows were famed far and wide for his combination of outrageous antics, tight musicianship and passionate vocal delivery. For the past several years Zoot has been a permanent member of the Alan Price Set and works constantly with his own Big Roll Band.

Bobby Tench's career spans thirty five years as an internationally respected skilled vocalist and accomplished guitarist who has recorded and toured on both sides of the Atlantic. Known for his work with Jeff Beck, Freddie King, Van Morrison, Humblepie and The Streetwalkers, his refreshing creativity is still as potent today. Recent live and studio work with Roger Chapman, Ruby Turner and Alan Price are a continuing testimony to his reputation as an accomplished and versatile musician.

Chris Farlowe's classic number one Out of Time, written for him by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards is still high on radio playlists, not to mention his recording of the original version of Handbags and Gladrags

Returning for her third consecutive tour is former Stone the Crows vocalist and winner of the 1971 Melody Maker readers' poll for Best Female Vocalist Maggie Bell. Maggie was hailed at the time as the British Janis Joplin, her first solo album, Queen of the Night with her unique soulful voice wowed record buyers and critics alike.