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    Deborah Bonham

    22/09/2017 | The Slade Rooms

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    Deborah Bonham, fresh from supporting Paul Rodgers 2017 , The English rock and blues vocalist and the sister of John Bonham, the late drummer for the band Led Zeppelin makes her Slade Rooms Debut.


    Deborah Bonham, fresh from supporting Paul Rodgers 2017 , The English rock and blues vocalist and the sister of John Bonham, the late drummer for the band Led Zeppelin makes her Slade Rooms Debut on Sept 22 Classic Rock magazine glows over her "warm and fulsome voice"; USA's Blues Revue describes her as "the Duchess of Blues-Rock"; Fireworks calls her "amazing woman"; and when Blues Matters! caught her duetting with Nazareth's Dan McCafferty, it was "a vocal marriage made in Heaven." Onstage over the last few years, she has sung, too, with Paul Rodgers and Robert Plant, and all of that is just for starters. Deborah Bonham brings the superlatives out of everyone, and one listen to Spirit, her newly-released fourth album, will tell you why... and send you scurrying back to listen to it's predecessors. Goldmine USA (Read More link http://www.goldminemag.com/reviews/album-reviews/deborah-bonham-blues-spirit) A regular festival favourite (Fairport Convention's Cropredy Festival; The Great British Rock & Blues Festival; Cambridge Rock, Donington, Weyfest, Wickham and European Harley Davidson Festivals), Deborah Bonham & her band, now featuring Jo Burt (Black Sabbath, Freddie Mercury, Tom Robinson) on bass and Frank Benbini (Fun Lovin Criminals) on drums, begin 2015 at the Giants of Rock festival after taking it by storm in 2014. After the year's touring climaxed with a mesmerizing performance at The Royal Albert Hall as guest to Paul Rodgers that received a standing ovation at the sell out concert, a select 6 UK dates only have now been booked for Spring 2015. With the success of her 2014 shows in Europe, Deborah and the band return by popular demand to France in February 2015 with the French Press calling Deborah "Princess of Rock" and following through the year with a mix of Rock and Blues festivals across Europe including the UK, France, Austria and Switzerland.Deborah Bonham, fresh from supporting Paul Rodgers 2017 , The English rock and blues vocalist and the sister of John Bonham, the late drummer for the band Led Zeppelin makes her Slade Rooms Debut on Sept 22 Classic Rock magazine glows over her "warm and fulsome voice"; USA's Blues Revue describes her as "the Duchess of Blues-Rock"; Fireworks calls her "amazing woman"; and when Blues Matters! caught her duetting with Nazareth's Dan McCafferty, it was "a vocal marriage made in Heaven." Onstage over the last few years, she has sung, too, with Paul Rodgers and Robert Plant, and all of that is just for starters. Deborah Bonham brings the superlatives out of everyone, and one listen to Spirit, her newly-released fourth album, will tell you why... and send you scurrying back to listen to it's predecessors. Goldmine USA (Read More link http://www.goldminemag.com/reviews/album-reviews/deborah-bonham-blues-spirit) A regular festival favourite (Fairport Convention's Cropredy Festival; The Great British Rock & Blues Festival; Cambridge Rock, Donington, Weyfest, Wickham and European Harley Davidson Festivals), Deborah Bonham & her band, now featuring Jo Burt (Black Sabbath, Freddie Mercury, Tom Robinson) on bass and Frank Benbini (Fun Lovin Criminals) on drums, begin 2015 at the Giants of Rock festival after taking it by storm in 2014. After the year's touring climaxed with a mesmerizing performance at The Royal Albert Hall as guest to Paul Rodgers that received a standing ovation at the sell out concert, a select 6 UK dates only have now been booked for Spring 2015. With the success of her 2014 shows in Europe, Deborah and the band return by popular demand to France in February 2015 with the French Press calling Deborah "Princess of Rock" and following through the year with a mix of Rock and Blues festivals across Europe including the UK, France, Austria and Switzerland.

     
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Tickets:11.25 (10.00 Ticket + 1.25 Booking Fee)
Doors Open:7.00pm
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