Crow Black Chicken - Irish Rock Band play in Merseyside on Saturday 28th September 2019
It’s great news for blues-rock fans, live music lovers and aspiring musicians in Merseyside, as the band will be playing at The Atkinson in Southport on Saturday 28th September
Since forming in 2009, Crow Black Chicken have earned back-pats aplenty for their dirty southern blues sound.
This power trio of Christy O Hanlon (Vocals, Guitar), Stephen McGrath (Bass) and Gev Barrett (Drums, Backing vocals) combine elements of folk, hard rock and the blues of bands like Gov't Mule to create their greasy blues rock sound. Crow Black Chicken have supported ZZ Top at The Marquee in Cork, played Glastonbury twice and were picked in the top 5 blues albums by Classic Rock Blues Magazine.
It doesn’t end there though and earlier this year they were voted the “best act” by the audience of the Introducing Stage at The Great British Rock & Blues Festival. Consequently they will be returning in 2020 for an appearance on the festival’s main stage. On this performance the review by Bluesdoodles said 'Crow Black Chicken deliver foot stomping, mouth whooping music. With tall tales and carries-on of life on the road, CBC blew what was left of the roof off Skegness. It was a fabulous if too short a set from this fabulous live-wire trio”
Appearing as special guest to Chantel McGregor at The Atkinson, this is live music at its very best and is guaranteed to be a great night's entertainment!
Words alone cannot convey the musical dynamics and chemistry of this trio and the only way to truly experience this is by seeing them live. Having said this, you can get a feel for what they are all about by having a look and listen of the official video of “White Lightning”athttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mHrXSAC3y4 and “Justice” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97Jp27biaqE
Music Genres: Blues, Rock
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