Gregg And Aiden Team Up


The odd couple play some shows

Goldmine presents UK tour from British blues Virtuoso Aidan Connell and legendary US singer songwriter Gregg Sutton and his band.

These two unlikely tour partners met while sitting in on a late night session with ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons at Hollywood’s famed Piano Bar.

21st century bluesman and singer songwriter Aidan Connell  has been hailed as the saviour of contemporary British Blues his live performances have been praised by music legends including Jeff Beck, Gary Clark Jr and Buddy Guy.
Building a critical mass of fellow blues and UK press  and radio including features in Classic Rock, Blues In Britain and spins on Huey Morgan’s BBC Radio 2  show and Planet Rock,  Aidan is now leading a new blues revival having already notched up dates in the UK, US and the far East along with along with sold out London dates and support slots with Gary Clark Jr, Seasick Steve and Otis Grand amongst others.

Los Angeles based musician and songwriter Gregg Sutton played bass for Bob Dylan throughout the 80’s featuring Dylan’s on Real Live  (1984) and he is also featured on The Rolling Stones Lost & Found Vol. 2 . Gregg wrote the world smash Stop! performed by Sam Brown and  has collaborated and played with Joe Cocker, Joe Bonamasa, Beth Hart and Eric Burdon to name a few.

On his first trip to UK in many years Gregg will be also be performing and recording with many former music collaborators in on May 20th at Liverpool’s Institute For Performing Arts Gregg will perform with one of Liverpool’s most famous son’s  Paul McCartney.
The tour is set to feature many special guest appearances, old favourites and new tracks from both artists latest albums be sure to secure your place at this very special celebration of rock’n’roll, and blues.

Aidan Connell & Gregg Sutton 
Weds 25th May The Borderline London
Tues 7th June SUB 89 Reading
Weds 8th  June 24 Kitchen Street Liverppol
Thurs 9th June Òran Mór Glasgow
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