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“King of the Blues”: Chris Cain with the Rodger Fox Big band

“King of the Blues”: Chris Cain with the Rodger Fox Big band

This is a very bold statement but all who hear Chris Cain sing and play his blues drenched guitar he is the blues.

Chris hails from the USA and is the winner of 4 W.C.Handy awards.

“The W.C.Handy awards is the blues world equivalent of receiving a Grammy nomination”.

Rodger Fox has performed with Chris Cain, Charlie Musselwhite, Robben Ford, Midge Marsden, Hammond Gamble, Duke Robillard, Norton Buffalo to name a few heavy blues hitters…… add the 16 players of the Rodger Fox Big Band and special guest the blues singing / harmonica playing Erna Ferry you have one hellva show.

These concert dates will also act as CD release tour for “King of the Blues” Cain King with the Rodger Fox Big Band which will be available at all the concerts.

October 08 - Upper Hutt 8.00pm
Expressions Arts Centre
Booking @ www.expressions.org.nz
Phone 04 527 2168
Support artists The Wellington Youth Jazz Orchestra

October 09 - Wellington 8.00pm
The Grand Hotel, Courtenay Place
Booking @ www.eventfinder.co.nz
Support artists The Wellington Youth Jazz Orchestra

October 10 - Palmerston North 8.00pm
The Globe Theatre
Booking @ www.globetheatre.co.nz
Phone 06 351 4409
Support artists The 101 Lab Band

For more information vist www.rodgerfoxbigband.com

CD Release tour “ King of the Blues” Chris Cain with The Rodger Fox Big Band

For further information on this tour and the Rodger Fox Big Band please visit www.rodgerfoxbigband.com

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