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Blues guitarist supports BWBF

25.06.2015

Guitarist Rick Payne is supporting BWBF through sales of his CD Radio City Blues.

Rick Payne
Rick Payne

An acoustic blues guitarist is supporting the work of BWBF through sales of his CD.

Rick Payne is helping our cause through his album Radio City Blues.

It's had some excellent reviews, including this one from Kickass Acoustic Blues: "Rick Payne is an inspiration and a treasure.

"He is a marvellous guitarist in many styles, but as an interpreter of acoustic blues, finger-style blues and acoustic slide he is straight out of the top drawer.

"Rick's latest CD Radio City Blues is full of solid grooves, immaculate touch and vocals full of soul and passion."

If you are a Blues fan you might like to go and see him perform at the Gloucester Blues Club on the 28th April where his CD will be on sale.

Alternatively you can order it through his website www.rickpayne.co.uk



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