The King Biscuit Boys:
Sliding, picking, strumming, sucking, blowing, tapping, and
scratching good time front porch music!
The King Biscuit Boys are an acoustic blues duo for fans of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. In the last six years they have been gigging and touring all over the UK. They are based in the South Midlands and have built up a
loyal, local fan base. The King Biscuit Boys deliver an energetic blues infused live performance with authentic Delta blues guitar from Jonathan Townsend and virtuoso harmonica playing from Craig Stocker who also brings, washboard, cajon, melodica and
more instruments to the party. They perform a wide range of material from Delta blues classics to modern Original blues songs.
Oddity Island combine elements of indie, folk, shoegaze and psychedelic rock to form a sound different to anything out there at the moment. Formed in early 2017, the band quickly began writing music, and were playing sets filled with their own material as early as two months after finalising their line-up. Frontman Alex Gardner’s entrancing vocals swim amongst a sea of reverb soaked guitars, held together by chunky basslines and unpredictable complex drum beats.
The band kicked off the year releasing debut single Finger Puppets, a momentum building anthem of inner reflection, and are releasing their first EP Jellyfish in early March. Having played a multitude of venues throughout their first year as a band, Oddity Island are now looking to make appearances on bigger stages around the country and put themselves on the map in 2018.
John M. Davies:
John M Davies started his music journey in the midlands town of Corby, playing a combination of punk, Grunge and metal in various bands in many venues. After moving to Milton Keynes he decided to start a new venture, going solo with an acoustic guitar. John brings an energetic unique style of acoustic rock, punk, folk with a dash of rap to the stage.
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