Classic Blues Music
Blues music to ease your soul!
Welcome To The Brit Brothers
The Brit Brothers are a duo from England that love to play the blues. Their set list is comprised of songs by legendary blues artists such as: Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Bo Diddley, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Willie Dixon, Robben Ford, Jimmy Reed, BB King, Sonny Boy Williamson to name but a few. Of course the Brit Brothers also play their original material too.
The Brit Brothers
Jamie Henry and Peter Bos, two ex-pats, got together in February 2017 for an informal blues jam. It didn’t take long for them to realize that Jamie’s guitar work and Peter’s vocals and harmonica blended well together, and that they also shared a common interest in the kind of music they wanted to play. This is rooted in the classic Chicago-style blues, but also includes the Texas sound, as played by Stevie Ray Vaughan, and some of the more modern blues styles. Thanks to the wonders of the internet and modern technology, they were able to synthesize bass and drums backing tracks, and so get the sound of a full blues band. After a well-received initial appearance at an open mic night at the Bunkhouse in Bulls Gap in March, but still without a band name, a mutual friend suggested the name The Brit Brothers, which stuck. Both Jamie and Peter are self-employed and have busy schedules, and don’t intend to play every night, but they enjoy performing in front of people who have the same taste in music and look forward to continuing to do so.
Harmonica, VocalsPeter started his life-long love of the blues while growing up in England during the British Blues era. He became fascinated with the unique sound of the blues harmonica while listening to The Yardbirds band. At that time Eric Clapton was the lead guitarist of the group, and a few years later Peter stood, captivated, just a few feet in front of Clapton when his band Cream played at Peter’s college annual dance….
GuitarBorn in the UK, Jamie started playing the guitar at the age of 9 years old. After expressing an interest in the guitar, he started to take classical guitar lessons. After a year or so of lessons, he confessed to his guitar teacher that although he loved playing the guitar, he had no interest in a black dots on white pieces of paper. His guitar teacher at the time was very understanding, and simply showed him a few blues scales and …..
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