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John Bonham - A Celebration 

***Big Wolf Band NEWS*** 

So we are very proud and honoured to annouce we have been asked to perform at John Bonham - A Celebration concert on the 22nd September in Redditch. This will be one epic show with some fantastic artist and special guests set to appear. We are over the moon to be able to perform at this celebration of the life of John Bonham. From a personal point of view if you know our story with our son who passed away in 2009 from cancer the Teenage Cancer Trust provide such an amazing aray of support, wards and home away from homes to families going through hell. We spent a fair bit of time on a Teenage Cancer Trust ward and the facilites, staff, equipment....everything was just amazing. Please support. 

This is very special music event to celebrate John's 70th Birthday, his life and legacy in his hometown of Redditch, which also my home town :D 

Tickets £25 each (plus £1.50 booking fee) go on sale at 12 noon on Friday 29th June 2018 via a link from this website. In aid of Tennage Cancer Trust West Midlands to support vital services in memory of John.

Blues at the Woodlands Review 

Cool review from our gig at Blues at the Woodlands. Thank you Andy 

11th May – Big Wolf Band 

London may have their Werewolves but Birmingham have got one hell of a contender with the Big Wolf. 

They braved the nightmare M25 on a Friday night and only got held up by one hour, and turned in a not to be forgotten gig which left everybody breathless. 

A new name to the club, but the band from Birmingham fully deserve the many plaudits that they have been receiving. 

The Big Wolf Band treated a packed house to an evening of original rocking blues and soulful songs from their new CD Rebel's Story, all the lyrics having been written by Jonathan Earp. Jonathan on lead guitar and vocals and with great support from Tim Jones on drums, Mick Jeynes on bass and Paul Brambani on keyboards showed what a fine CD this is and what a versatile and talented band they are. 

Playing tracks from the CD, the tempo was a correct mix starting with ‘Heaven Has The Blues’ through to the title track ‘A Rebels Story’ and outstanding guitar solo on ‘Darkest Of My Days’ 

A superb cover of Freddie King's 'Have you ever loved a Woman' went down very well with superb solo's from Jonathan and Paul together with another Freddie King number 'Going Down' and Hendrix's 'Voodoo Child' set the seal on truly memorable evening. 

Such was the intensity of the playing and the tight knit the whole band produced, you know why they are in so demand for their powerhouse performances. Looking forward to their return in 2019 

Richard & Andy Davies

Photo by Phil Crowder