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David Evans

This event was originally billed as David Evans' Last Chance Jug Band.
Please note that this is a solo performance.

Plus support from Raphael Callaghan

Two-time Grammy winner, and Blues Hall of Fame inductee, David Evans is well known to blues aficionados the world over, and has been performing traditional ​guitar blues since 1962.

Although mostly known as a blues scholar with more credentials than Mississippi has mud, his skills as a vocalist and guitarist are astounding, having learned directly from many of the original blues musicians who were still performing during the 1960s ​and later years.

As a musician he has recorded six albums​ and has made over 70 tours in 22 countries of Europe, South America, and Africa.  He has toured, performed, and recorded with such blues greats as Hammie Nixon, Johnny Shines, Robert Belfour, Jack Owens, Jessie Mae Hemphill, Van Zula Hunt, and Al Wilson.

Supporting David will be Raphael Callaghan, a long-standing but now expatriate Liverpool singer-songwriter with his own personal take on acoustic blues. He's played with such luminaries as Alexis Korner, Jo Ann Kelly and Bonnie Raitt, who said: ''Raphael puts out records I love to listen to.'' Don't miss him.      

Tickets for this event include a £1 venue restoration levy, included in the ticket price. This fee supports building investment at the Grade II-listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


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