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Music That You Need To Hear - Live in Plumstead

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Doors open at 7pm. LIVE MUSIC from 8pm

Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on the door)

FRIDAY 12th JULY 2024

The return of.....................

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Little George Sueref & His Blues Trio

It is a great pleasure to have Little George Sueref and his band, with their distinctive rough and tumble blues with a touch of soul returning to play for us in the bar at Shrewsbury House Community Centre this July.

Since his last appearance at Art’s Music Lounge in November 2022, George has continued to perform both here and in Europe and just this last weekend has appeared at the Red Rooster Festival in Suffolk. His juke joint style guitar and harmonica playing has been described by Mojo Magazine as “"like the music you would find on the Chess & Excello record labels of the 50's.”

Born and brought up in Cardiff of Greek parents, George moved to London to seek a career path in music and joined the hardworking and hard playing Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings as vocalist and harp player. The same Big Joe that was with us at Art's Music Lounge last December. As time went on, Little George's voice began to win its own dedicated coterie of fans and he decided to form his own band, performing all over Europe and America. An album titled, “Little George Sueref and the Blues Stars” was released that featured his full band, as well as guest spots for American blues artists Lazy Lester and Jimmy Thomas. The album came to the notice of John Peel, who nominated it as one of his albums of the month in December 2001, and had the musicians do a session for his show.

Little George has entertained audiences with his instantly recognisable unique style for over 30 years. Soulful up tempo good rockin' blues, listen to the beat and move your feet! If you saw him last time, I know that you will be wanting to see him again and, if you did not, then do not miss out a second time.

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Seating is available for everyone.
However, please note that dancing is positively encouraged, if not actually demanded!


The BAR is card only and although there is no draught beers, a full range of bottle conditioned ales & beers from BEXLEY BREWERY are on offer + wines, spirits & soft drinks at very competitive prices.


From Central London the quickest and most direct route is via the ELIZABETH LINE to Woolwich and then the 244 bus (destination Queen Elizabeth Hospital and NOT Abbey Wood, which is the wrong way) to Shrewsbury Lane at the top of Shooter's Hill and then a few minutes walk.

The other options nearby are the railway stations at WELLING (from Kent) and BLACKHEATH (from London) with the 89 bus from each taking you to the top of Shooters Hill, followed by a short walk.

If you are coming by car there is Disabled parking on site and free parking in the surrounding streets.

For details of Previous Music Lounge evenings