Laurence Jones has developed a virtuoso pedigree as the UK’s hottest young blues guitar-slinger. With coruscating riffs, soloing and catchy songs, his cross over sound has won him several major awards and accolades and supported the likes of Sir Van Morrison, Sir Ringo Starr, Status Quo, Buddy Guy and Jeff Beck. 

“A mature and classy release that should prove to be his breakthrough into the blues mainstream that Joe Bonamassa has trailblazed” - The Daily Express 

Laurence Jones has played at some of the most prestigious venues in the world including The Royal Albert Hall in London & The Carnegie Hall in New York. Buddy Guy who personally invited Laurence to join him on stage at the 2017 Holland International Blues Festival in front of an audience of 15,000...  

“He’s like a young Eric Clapton, dam right he got the Blues” - Buddy Guy

The latest album The Laurence Jones Band has taken The Netherlands by storm, making the NPO Radio 2 mainstream playlist which received nation wide airplay. National Dutch treasure Johan Derksen is a fan of LJ and has invited him to appear on his TV show “Veronica Inside” five times over the past three years.

The latest single I’m Waiting has over one million views on YouTube since his TV show appearances.

Voted in the top ten “best blues guitar players in the world today” (MusicRadar), Laurence Jones was given the title “the future of the blues” by Classic Rock Magazine a decade ago. He was consequently introduced into the Hall Of Fame British Blues Awards for winning Young Artist Of The Year for three consecutive years at the British Blues Awards.

Event: Saturday 24 September, 8pm 

Tickets: £17 advance / £20 on the door

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  • Laurence Jones close up in front of a black background. Credit: Rob Blackham.

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  1. Sat 24 Sep 2022