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the John Fairhurst Band tickets

The Brunswick in Hove

Thursday 29th November 2018

7:30pm til 12:00am

Minimum Age: 18

John Fairhurst is possibly the finest guitarist you will ever see.. brilliant songwriting and a gravel-swilled belter of a voice.” BBC Manchesters

 
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the John Fairhurst Band on Thursday 29th November 2018

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Often hailed as ‘Wigan’s answer to Jimi Hendrix’, John Fairhurst has been wooing the live circuit for over a decade with his astounding guitar skills, but it was arguably 2016 that saw him break through to international demand. Touring the Netherlands with Dutch act ‘My Baby’ including sold out shows at Amsterdam’s Paradiso, Fairhurst played to rapturous audiences across a rammed festival schedule with no less than nine shows at Glastonbury alone, as well as Boomtown, Secret Garden Party, Shambala, Green Gathering, Small World, Bimble Bandada and countless others. Kicking off 2017 with a sweatbox show at the famous 100 Club for London Blues Week alongside Eric Sardinas (Steve Vai), John’s ascent shows no signs of slowing. Acoustic Guitar Magazine USA recently hailed Fairhurst as in the Top 3 Resonator guitar players worldwide, being the only European on the list. His headline slot of Blues Alive Festival was aired across Czech National Television, while his music also featured on several movie soundtracks including ‘Plan Z’ and the upcoming Martin Scorsese feature. Support from Dead Reds.

Music Genres: 

Blues, Rock

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