Blues Caravan 2014 (Live) Laurence Jones
- 1Join Me On The Blues Caravan04:07
- 2Come And Get It02:55
- 3Close The Door04:50
- 5Wind Me Up03:58
- 6Fall From The Sky06:19
- 7All Along The Watchtower08:56
- 8Fat Cat06:59
- 9Put Some Stank On It04:31
- 11Sweet Home Chicago04:35
Info for Blues Caravan 2014 (Live)
The Blues Caravan is on a roll. Now in its 10th triumphant year, Ruf’s touring showcase of new talent is sticking with the winning formula that has made it an institution. One stage. Three artists on the brink of greatness. And a crowd strapped in for the night of their lives. With an illustrious roll call of past alumni including Ana Popovic, Oli Brown and Joanne Shaw Taylor, the Blues Caravan has always been a golden ticket to catch the scene’s next-big-things before they explode onto the world stage. Now, with the 2014 lineup of Albert Castiglia, Laurence Jones and Christina Skjolberg shaking up an international cocktail of talent from the US, the UK and Europe, the only place to be is down the front.
Laurence Jones, guitar, vocals
Christina Skjolberg, guitar, vocals
Albert Castiglia, guitar, vocals
Roger Inniss, bass
Miri Miettinen, druns
is 21 years old and is already making a big name for himself. 'Laurence is like a young Robin Trower, exciting and full of energy' - BBC Radio 2
The 'Laurence Jones Band' have played along side some big names. Walter trout invited the band to support them on his 2013 U.K tour. 'Laurence is a cross between Eric Clapton & Buddy Guy he is a genius, he sure has the feel'
Get ready to Rock Magazine gave the debut album 'Thunder In The Sky' a 5/5***** rating “Laurence Jones is a wise musical head on young shoulders and ‘Thunder in the Sky’ is an excellent debut album, its worth five stars”.
Classic Rock magazine quoted Laurence as 'Blues Rocks youngest Talent' and was featured on the 'Blues Fury C.D along with Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Popa Chubby and many more.
Laurence is influenced by, Eric Clapton, Gary Moore, Rory Gallagher, Jimi Hendrix, Tony Mcphee, B.B King and Albert Collins.
There is a big buzz about this young man “Laurence Jones is head boy of the new blues breed” quoted Classic Rock Mag.