On June 25 the Voodoo Kittens again welcome our special British friend Charlie Monck, who will share more of his collection of UK blues.

Charlie gives us a taste of the origins of blues in Britain, including some obscure pieces, and highlights influential figures in the development of British blues.  He also brings us the flavor of current English blues trends, including more music by people who have played at the Rose and Crown pub in Charlie’s hometown of Charlbury, England.  We hope you can join us!

ON Voodoo Kittens Road Trippin Blues | June 25, 2013 | 3:00 pm

More British Blues with our friend Charlie Monck

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On June 25 the Voodoo Kittens again welcome our special British friend Charlie Monck, who will share more of his collection of UK blues.

Charlie gives us a taste of the origins of blues in Britain, including some obscure pieces, and highlights influential figures in the development of British blues.  He also brings us the flavor of current English blues trends, including more music by people who have played at the Rose and Crown pub in Charlie’s hometown of Charlbury, England.  We hope you can join us!

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4 thoughts on “More British Blues with our friend Charlie Monck

  1. Looking forward to more musical education from you, big bro. Can’t wait for tonight’s Charlie Monck/Stray Cat session – go for it ! From your little bro George back home in England

  2. Hey Charlie, Where did that Clapton version of the Sleepy John Estes tune come from? I’ve nver heard him do that one.
    By the way, I heard your invitation to “BOOGIE in front of the radio” on the way home from work, and hampered though I was in the seat belt and confined quarters of my minivan, I took you up on it. I’m sure the other drivers were alarmed by the ancient, deteriorating and violently shaking vehicle endangering everybody else the road, but what the heck, a fella my age stits still too long, the buzzards start circling…
    .

  3. I was wanting the program song listing from Charlie. He played some great stuff that I’ve never heard. Hopefully you can send it to me via e-mail ?

    Thank you.

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