Live At The Jubilee: Gary Fletcher Band

Gary Fletcher is known by many as the brilliant bass player in The Bluesband. He is oh so much more. A multi-instrumentalist, his one-man show reveals his eclectic taste, with folk and Americana prominent in the mix.

Dave Kelly suggested Gary for the bass job when, together with Paul Jones and Tom McGuinesss (Manfred Mann), plus ex John Mayall/Eric Clapton drummer Hughie Flint, The Blues Band first got together. The success of The Blues Band was almost instantaneous and they were soon playing to packed houses, releasing their first album, appearing on TV and radio regularly, including the celebrated Euro-wide Rockpalast, and headlining at Glastonbury.

Twenty plus albums and countless tours later, the demand continues to grow for their special and personal interpretation of the blues; thousands of excellent reviews have appeared in a variety of publications and early editions of their first album are now collector’s items. They are still going strong.

´Gary Fletcher’s truly inspiring album, was quickly picked up by Radio 2’s Bob Harris. Tender and stirring in equal measure, revealing the emergence of a major solo talent. That oft-quoted Blues Band axiom “We don’t bother the music industry and they don’t bother us” may well have to be overhauled.´ – Roy Bainton

´At long last Gary Fletcher has emerged from the shadow of the Blues Band and has proved that he is a seriously talented singer/songwriter in his own right´ – Amazon review

´A collection of strong songs performed with taste, intelligence and dignity and, while it may not rock very hard (the acoustic rather than the electric guitar is to the fore here), there’s a nice sense of space and atmosphere throughout.´ – Maverick Magazine

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