Legendary Blues musician Dave Kelly makes a rare appearance in Rye on Saturday June 11 when he plays a benefit gig for Rye Community Centre.
Dave Kelly is the slide guitarist and vocalist in the Blues Band, who appeared at the Rye Jazz Festival last year and also performs on a regular basis with fellow Blue Band front man, Paul Jones.
This is a rare opportunity to see him perform solo in an intimate setting. Dave has recently worked with the likes of Maggie Bell and Christine Collister, and in the past has worked with Blues giants Howlin’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Son House and others.
Doors open at 7.30 pm for a 8pm start. Tickets from Grammar School Records in Rye High Street (01797 222752) or on the door, at £12 each. Children under 13 £6. There will be a licensed bar.
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