Chart topper Arthur to play at Flowerpot

Arthur Brown''Photo by Pixelmatrix
Arthur Brown''Photo by Pixelmatrix

Foo Fighters tribute The Four Fighters will be delivering a blistering set at The Flowerpot in Derby on Friday, November 14.

The gig occurs in the very same week as a brand new Foo Fighters album is released called Sonic Highways.

This band was formed in 2003 by Foo Fighters Fans for Foo Fighters fans. Four vastly experienced musicians came together for this project with a passion to recreate the sound of the now legendary Dave Grohl- fronted, American supergroup.

Four Fighters can be found playing the most prestigious venues the length and breadth of the UK. Add to that regular multiple appearances at all of the biggest tribute festivals in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe.

Four Fighters’ live shows are explosive events and the band go to every effort to reproduce the raw power and dynamics of the original band.

On Saturday, RAW Promotions are proud to present an artist beloved by musicians including Alice Cooper, Jimi Hendrix, Marilyn Manson and Peter Gabriel to name a few - and who will this year return with a new album entitled ZIMZAMZIM. You can enjoy an exploration into nature and the meaning of existence at the King Street venue with The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown.

With a resurgence rising through insanely great performances, hard work and musical passion, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown embark on another set of UK dates, 45 years after number one hit single Fire was released in 1968. Support on the night comes from Heg And The Wolf Chorus.

Finally, on Thursday, November 20, Eugene Hideaway Bridges makes his latest visit to The Flowerpot.

At a Eugene Hideaway Bridges gig, you can enjoy soul-drenched rhythm and blues at its danceable best.

If you have never danced the night away in a Juke Joint in the Deep South of the USA, then The Eugene Hideaway Bridges Band will take you there.

Born in New Orleans, Eugene is a nomadic, world touring musician; every year playing festivals in America, Europe and Australia.

A towering man with a huge voice, playing an unparalleled brand of blues, oozing enough genuine charm to light up a small city. If you like your blues music laced with soul, funk, gospel and rock, delivered with buckets of class and warmth, then Eugene should not be missed.

Doors open at 8pm for all three gigs.

Admission is £8 for Four Fighters, £15 for The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, and £12 for The Eugene Hideaway Bridges Band.

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