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CaCamden Rocks news: Camden Rocks presents JFK Blue & more at The Monarch

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Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents London’s exceptional blues-rock’ers JFK Blue plus River Hounds, Dr Schwamp and Ben Joseph & The Lay-Lows live at The Monarch, Camden Town.

JFK Blue are a stylish rock/blues band with a fresh take on well-crafted rock and blues, with stirring songs and superb musicianship. These are musicians with one aim – to play their style of blues and rock with freedom of expression, not to get hung up on genres but to play music that they like. In doing so their music is contempory yet has a retro feel which their audiences really enjoy.

Doors – 6:45pm // Price – £10.00 Adv.
Tickets – http://po.st/CamdenRocksTix

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JFK Blue – www.facebook.com/JFK4Blues
JFK Blue are a stylish rock/blues band with a fresh take on well-crafted rock and blues, with stirring songs and superb musicianship. These are musicians with one aim – to play their style of blues and rock with freedom of expression, not to get hung up on genres but to play music that they like. In doing so their music is contempory yet has a retro feel which their audiences really enjoy.
This London band have a Southern Rock sensibility combined with great melodic songs and great hooks.
‘Rough Round The Edges’, the band’s debut album, is made up of totally self-penned material, it has received critical acclaim, having been played on BBC Radio2, Planet Rock and many other stations.
“A very impressive debut album from this London band, Chris Elliot has a terrific voice and has top drawer instrumentation around him” Paul Jones BBC Radio 2.
JFK Blue tread a thin line between pursuing original songcraft with an ‘in yer face’ live show that gives them their edge and drive – Pete Feenstra – Get Ready To Rock
www.jfkblue.com

River Hounds – www.facebook.com/RiverHoundsBand
River Hounds are a 4 piece rock and roll band from London. We released our eponymous debut EP in September along with our first music videos, getting over 40,000 views on Facebook in the first 2 months – facebook.com/RiverHoundsBand

Dr Schwamp – www.facebook.com/Drschwamp
Doctor Schwamp, aka Sean MacGloin, leads a high-energy, eclectic five-piece band, combining fiddle, bagpipes, harmonica, bass and drums, trumpet and guitar. Hailing from the Bronx, by way of Cuba, the multi-talented Doctor and his band play a combustible mixture of blues, ska, gypsy and country guaranteed to get you up on your feet.

Ben Joseph & The Lay-Lows – www.facebook.com/BJandtheLayLows
Ben Joseph is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Alabama and cultivated in New Orleans who leads the Lay-Lows to the land of sexy sounds of the American South. Ben Joseph and the Lay-Lows give you upbeat, dance your ass off rock n roll drenched in country, blues, and soul. @[249680128500636:274:Camden Rocks Festival] proudly presents London’s exceptional blues-rock’ers @[2006983192859301:274:JFK Blue] plus @[168159976555677:274:River Hounds], @[519094938111958:274:Dr Schwamp] and @[256213984435417:274:Ben Joseph & The Lay-Lows] live at @[135583278506:274:The Monarch], Camden Town.

JFK Blue are a stylish rock/blues band with a fresh take on well-crafted rock and blues, with stirring songs and superb musicianship. These are musicians with one aim – to play their style of blues and rock with freedom of expression, not to get hung up on genres but to play music that they like. In doing so their music is contempory yet has a retro feel which their audiences really enjoy.

Doors – 6:45pm // Price – £10.00 Adv.
Tickets – http://po.st/CamdenRocksTix

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About:

@[2006983192859301:274:JFK Blue] – www.facebook.com/JFK4Blues
JFK Blue are a stylish rock/blues band with a fresh take on well-crafted rock and blues, with stirring songs and superb musicianship. These are musicians with one aim – to play their style of blues and rock with freedom of expression, not to get hung up on genres but to play music that they like. In doing so their music is contempory yet has a retro feel which their audiences really enjoy.
This London band have a Southern Rock sensibility combined with great melodic songs and great hooks.
‘Rough Round The Edges’, the band’s debut album, is made up of totally self-penned material, it has received critical acclaim, having been played on BBC Radio2, Planet Rock and many other stations.
“A very impressive debut album from this London band, Chris Elliot has a terrific voice and has top drawer instrumentation around him” Paul Jones BBC Radio 2.
JFK Blue tread a thin line between pursuing original songcraft with an ‘in yer face’ live show that gives them their edge and drive – Pete Feenstra – Get Ready To Rock
www.jfkblue.com

@[168159976555677:274:River Hounds] – www.facebook.com/RiverHoundsBand
River Hounds are a 4 piece rock and roll band from London. We released our eponymous debut EP in September along with our first music videos, getting over 40,000 views on Facebook in the first 2 months – facebook.com/RiverHoundsBand

@[519094938111958:274:Dr Schwamp] – www.facebook.com/Drschwamp
Doctor Schwamp, aka Sean MacGloin, leads a high-energy, eclectic five-piece band, combining fiddle, bagpipes, harmonica, bass and drums, trumpet and guitar. Hailing from the Bronx, by way of Cuba, the multi-talented Doctor and his band play a combustible mixture of blues, ska, gypsy and country guaranteed to get you up on your feet.

@[256213984435417:274:Ben Joseph & The Lay-Lows] – www.facebook.com/BJandtheLayLows
Ben Joseph is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Alabama and cultivated in New Orleans who leads the Lay-Lows to the land of sexy sounds of the American South. Ben Joseph and the Lay-Lows give you upbeat, dance your ass off rock n roll drenched in country, blues, and soul.

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