'The Cottonhouse Shakers' in JB's @ The Limetree Festival
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JB's welcomes 'The Cottonhouse Shakers' to Limetree
Festival in 2011
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The Cottonhouse Shakers on stage Saturday afternoon August 27th
The Cottonhouse Shakers are a difficult band to pigeon hole. Firstly the band have a jazz funk edge which is partly down to Derren Lee Poole and Neil Cannings - the bands' bassist and keyboard player, who were founding members of Blackburn jazz/funksters "False Negative". Combine this with Gone Beggin' frontman Gary Ward and jazz/rock drummer Tim Jackson and you have an interesting mix. Completing the line up are the female backing singers "The Bluesettes" who add a little soul to the mix.
The group boast the most eclectic set list on this website. a set list which ranges from Miles Davis to Hawkwind and from Hank Williams to Sesame Street - all done in their own inimitable style.
Don't be put off by the blues or jazz tag, the covers that we play are popular, lively and not taken too seriously.
Guitar/lead vox: Gary Ward
Bass:Derren Lee Poole
Keyboards : Neil Cannings
Female backing singers:"The Bluesettes".
JB's would like to thank all the bands and individual artists for their
participation in the 2011 festival, bringing along not only their amazing
talents but also an energetic enthusiasm for the Limetree spirit of
family fun and high quality music. Cheers again to everyone involved
this year. Peace and love x
Please note that band listings and times are only provisional and approximate,
subject to change without notice. Please check back on this site, immediately
prior to the festival, for confirmed artists and final running order.
more about all the bands appearing onstage in JB's Club Zone.
JB's Club Zone - Jazz & Blues Fusion, Funk and World Music Tent @ The
Limetree Festival 2011
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