Henry's Blueshouse at The Bull's Head Ahead of last Tuesday's reopening night, Jim Simpson spoke to Stuart Maxwell about the history of Henry's Blueshouse, including how jazz and blues played a part in club regulars Black Sabbath devleoping their inimitable sound.
Nice to be asked to play Henry’s Blues HouseAfter a short break of 50 years, it gives us great pleasure to announce...the return of Henry's Blueshouse!
Every Tuesday, we'll be serving up a slice of down home, rocking blues at The Bull's Head, Brum. Head over to one of Birmingham's best boozers for talks, workshops and films from 7pm, and live music from 8pm.
And did we mention - the first six weeks are free entry, with anyone who can produce a membership card from the original Henry's Blueshouse getting a free drink!
Kicking off what's sure to become the Midlands' best blues night, we have:
March 5th: The Shufflepack March 12th: Brooks Williams March 19th: Dirk Digglers Blues Revue March 26th: Bob Wilson & Honeyboy Hickling April 2nd: The Whiskey Brothers April 9th: David Moore Blues Band ...
Our handsome singer has a photo in this upcoming exhibition. He really is such a good looking chapIf you're travelling through New Street Station over the next two months, you might notice something different. From this Friday, we'll once again be taking over part of the concourse with a stunning selection of photos from our 2018 Festival, featuring the work of Merlin Daleman, Bradley Pearce Photography and Robert Piwko Photography.
Many thanks to Calthorpe Estates, Network Rail and Birmingham City University for their support in helping make this exhibition happen. ...