|20th January 2024|
The Byre Theatre St Andrews
University of St Andrews Abbey Street , St Andrews KY16 9LA
|Pay What You Can £18.00 / £16.00 / £14.00|
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The Main Street Blues Band return to the Byre with their stunning electric blues tribute to the masters, BB King, Albert King and Freddy King. The show, which sold out on its last visit, is packed with great blues classics including The Thrill is Gone, Born Under a Bad Sign, Hideaway and many, many more. As well as hearing these great tunes you will also learn a little about the life and times of these three iconic bluesmen over their careers.
To create the exciting sound of electric blues, Main Street Blues has expanded its usual 4-piece line-up to include a fantastic brass section and backing singers.
You can expect a joyous evening of great music which will get your feet tapping and might even lead to dancing in the aisles.
‘… the crowd were up dancing once more, before the band received a standing ovation’ Press & Journal
Running time: 1h 40m including interval
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