Just A Few Dates Left On Veronica and Max UK Tour – Don’t Miss Out!
Veronica and Max (from the Red Wine Serenaders – 2013’s European Blues Challenge winners) have been out on the road in the UK in May 2016, but their tour is not quite over yet. Veronica Sbergia and Max De Bernardi passionately play country blues and ragtime, hokum, jug band and rural music from the 20’s and 30’s, and their live act is not to be missed.
They like to keep this precious musical heritage alive faithfully reproducing its original sound whilst playing it with a modern twist.
Using strictly acoustic instruments such as ukulele, washboard, kazoo, resophonic guitars and doublebass their passion for this music is perfectly represented on their last CD Old Stories For Modern Times. That album also sees contributions by other leading musicians and friends, Sugar Blue (a legendary harmonica player in the past with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Willie Dixon and Frank Zappa) and the world master of resophonic guitar, Bob Brozman.
The album is an overview of the American popular music from the early years of the last century with the Red Wine Serenaders reinterpreting great songs by artists like Big Bill Broonzy, Memphis Minnie, Jimmie Rodgers, Sidney Bechet, Lucille Bogan, Bo Carter, Delmore Brothers in their own unique style.
Veronica & Max May Tour Dates
Thursday, 19/05/2016 | Railway Hotel | Southend on Sea Friday, 20/05/2016 | Old Town Hall | Hemel Hempstead Saturday, 21/05/2016 | Carad Arts Centre | Rhayader Sunday, 22/05/2016 | Barry West End Club | Barry Monday, 23/05/2016 | Cherington Arms | Cherington Wednesday, 25/05/2016 | Caban | Brynrefail Thursday, 26/05/2016 | Acoustic Club at the Angel | Llandeilo
Friday, 27/05/2016 | Devon Deli | Nr Newton Abbot
Saturday, 28/05/2016 | Green Note | London
Sunday, 29/05/2016 | The Hope Tavern | Holton-le-Moor
With just three dates left there is no better time to catch Veronica and Max, it may be a long time before you catch an artist with their capabilities and with their unique style. We recommend you get down to see them in the next few days, all you have to do is click here for tickets, priced at just £8. What a steal! Surely you don’t need more convincing?