Thursday 20th April 2017 at 7.30pm. Doors and Cafe/bar opens at 7pm.
Blues Underground events continue here at the Under Ground Theatre, with the third Thursday of every month being Blues Night – and every evening’s entertainment is only £5.
Mike Ross takes listeners on a uniquely detailed and image packed history tour of the history of the of the music he loves to play, beginning in the Mississippi Delta at the beginning of the 20th century and finishing up right back in the present moment with his powerful emotive voice and intoxicating virtuosic guitar playing carrying you every inch of the way.
Born and raised in the Great North but living these days down in the Southland with a steady mind and a thoroughbred plan, Mike writes soul wrenchin’, riff bustin’ songs that will make you want to share the tale of his life’s journey and the lessons he’s learned.
This winding road leads from England to Europe before jumping the Atlantic to New York, detouring way down south to Memphis and New Orleans via Clarksdale Mississippi and Nashville Tennessee, soaking up every scent and sound along the way before fetching up on the shores of Sussex with a lifetimes worth of tales to share.
Event starts at 7.30pm on Thursday 20th April 2017
Venue and Cafe/bar opens at 7pm
All Tickets: £5
or buy at the UGT on Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm, or whenever the theatre is open.
From Eastbourne Tourist Information or from Oxboffice by telephone on 0845 6801 926
or, if still available, on the door.
With regret there is no wheelchair access to the venue. A hearing loop is available.