Seasick Steve - BBC - Reading and Leeds - 2011

Greg James

16:00 – 17:45 // In the studio next is Newsbeat

26 - 28 August 2011

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Seasick Steve

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Ramshackle blues

The 70 year old bluesman found fame late in life late after a breakthrough performance on Jools Holland’s New Year show in 2006. He’s gone on to play Reading, Leeds, the V Festival and Glastonbury and has become a stalwart of the UK music scene. His guitars are often customised and include The Three-String Trance Wonder, The One Stringed Diddley Bow and The Morris Minor Guitar.

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  • 1.Diddley Bo
  • 2.Don't Know Why She Love Me But She Do
  • 3.Back In The Dog House
  • 4.Walkin' Man
  • 5.Write Me A Few Lines
  • 6.You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks
  • 7.It's A Long Long Way
  • 8.Thunderbird

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Main Stage Reading / Saturday 27 August Leeds / Sunday 28 August

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