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Brewed Music Festival 2016

Posted by Paul on June 19, 2016 at 10:50 AM Comments comments (0)

It ain't what you do......

Posted by Paul on September 7, 2013 at 6:05 PM Comments comments (0)

The point of the new CD?  Well apart from getting some of our own material recorded, it's  more representative of our current sound, which means venues can hear what they're getting.  

We're already thinking of recording some of the songs we cover, to showcase the rest of our set,  but the beauty of this one is that we own the copyright so we can sell it!

If you're tempted - why not contact us on the spanking new mailbox ?

New e-mail address:

Posted by Paul on September 7, 2013 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (0)

We've changed our mail provider and hence our email address.

It's now [email protected]

Hope to hear from you.

Live at Hector Garcias

Posted by Paul on May 25, 2013 at 12:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Another return to Hector Garcia's for the Newcastle under Lyme Jazz & Blues Festival 2013. Catch us live on stage at 10.00pm. and let's hope they've fixed the roof after we blew it off last year!! 


Posted by Paul on March 8, 2011 at 8:43 AM Comments comments (0)

Saturday 12th's approaching fast and so is our inaugural Help For Heroes gig! 

We're expecting it to be a sell out, because its for a really worthwhile cause. Come and join us rock the village, bring your own drinks, but more importantly your friends. It'll be great to see you all again.

Tim's even raffling off a cake to raise more money for H4H, lets hope he hasn't baked it!!

Doors open around 7,45 so be early becasue if its anything like last time the latecomers will be standing in the street!

See ya'll

Help For Heroes GIG

Posted by Paul on February 8, 2011 at 2:52 PM Comments comments (0)

The boys are back in town! 


Come join us at Wheaton Aston Village Hall on 12th March 2011 for our Rock Bottle 'n' Blues gig for Help The Heroes charity. Last time the gig was a sellout and we're hoping this year will be just as packed especially as its for such a good cause.


We'll be strutting our usual stuff plus some new songs of our own, to get you all rocking along. Tickets are just £5 and are available from the Post Office so hurry on down. Bring you our own drinks on the night and we'll supply the music.


Keeping it loud!


See ya'll.




Full House At Hector Garcias

Posted by Paul on August 28, 2010 at 4:14 AM Comments comments (0)

A BIG thank you to all our fans who came along to Hector Garcias at the Newcastle Jazz & Blues festival, WHAT A NIGHT! We couldn't belive the queues to get in and your support was terrific, we certainly had the place rocking..they even ran out of beer!


See you all next year!

Coming Up Sooner !!

Posted by Paul on April 29, 2010 at 11:56 AM Comments comments (0)

Come along to the Stafford FAB (Folk and Blues) event - Wednesday 19th May at the Oddfellows Hall, Stafford.  Local and not so local bands, duos, and singers on the bill for an evening of Folk and Blues - closed by the Stonewashed Blues Band.


Part of the Stafford Music Festival 2009.


See local press for details or go to where details will soon be posted.


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Coming Up.....

Posted by Paul on April 29, 2010 at 10:56 AM Comments comments (0)

The Newcastle Jazz and Blues Festival takes place in Newcastle Under Lyme over the May holiday weekend (29, 30, 31 May).  Look out for the Stonewashed Blues Band at Hector Garcia's Bar and Brasserie on Sunday 30th. Evening Kick-off - time to be finalised - but expect us around 8pm.


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Crossing the County Line

Posted by Paul on February 10, 2010 at 5:49 PM Comments comments (0)

We recently ventured north to the Yorkshire Dales for a gig at the North Stainley village hall.  Second in the 'Rockin' the Village campaign - once again the idea was to play for the locals, drum up some support and put some money into a local good cause.


Not the packed house that we experienced in the Wheaton Aston escapade - but a pretty good turn out, partly due to the appearance of local band Code Red. (Ahh - what it is to be young and have no fear :dry:)


Anyway - a few old friends were drafted in for moral support, and a good time was had by all those present. 


Thanks to them wot staffed the bar and set up tables and stuff.


So - Rockin' the Village has a viable future. Look out for another village event soon.  Or better still - why not name your preferred charity and invite us to your place for a beer and blues night.


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