One Eyed Crow deliver a blistering mix of original and classic blues.
Whether the groove is slow and soulful or fast and loose these guys from Merseyside always pack a punch and will be taking to the Alexander’s stage on Thursday, August 20.
After six years touring the UK and Europe as lead guitarist with the award-winning blues singer Connie Lush, Pete Wade, along with long time collaborators Pete Somerville and Paul Tsanos, was ready to unleash his own brand of electric blues on the world.
Influenced by blues giants like BB King, Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Rory Gallagher, Pete has developed his own unique style and was described as one of the best blues guitarists on the circuit by Blues Matters magazine.
Pete first cut his teeth as the charismatic lead singer/guitarist with the hugely popular 80s rock band Engine.
Drummer Paul Tsanos has played with some of the top names on the Liverpool music scene, including Pete Wylie and Ian McNabb, Connie Lush and Parlour Flames with Bonehead from Oasis.
Bass player Pete Somerville was recruited after he supported the legendary blues man Peter Green at the International Guitar Festival of Great Britain and he has also played with Ian McNabb.
With their authentic sound and highly entertaining show, this exciting blues trio are gaining a reputation as one of the best new blues bands around.
The night kicks off from 8pm with music starting around 9pm with the bar open until late. Tickets £5 in advance. Visit www.alexanderslive.com or call 01244 340 005.