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Sunday, May 13th, 2018
7:30 PM
Green Note
London, United Kingdom

This show is taking place in "THE BASEMENT AT GREEN NOTE". Unfortunately there is NO STEP FREE ACCESS.

The venue comprises both seated and standing space. There are a limited number of seats. These are allocated on a first come first served basis, so if you'd like a seat, please ensure you arrive early.

We reserve the right to release all unclaimed tickets for re-sale at 8.30pm. If you will be arriving after this time, please inform us in advance, so that we can hold your tickets for you.
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MARCUS BONFANTI is an award winning singer, guitarist & songwriter from London and the new guitarist & singer of legendary British Rock & Roll band Ten Years After. He has also fronts The Ronnie Scott's Blues
Explosion at their monthly residency now into it's fifth year at the prestigious London venue.
A twice winner of the British Blues Award for Best Acoustic Performer and Best Songwriter as well as countless nominations in other categories, Bonfanti has toured the world with many artists as well as
his own band and released 3 critically acclaimed albums in a his so far short but successful musical career.

He has worked with Ginger Baker, Van Morrison, PP Arnold, Shuggie
Otis, Ronnie Wood, Joe Louis Walker, Eric Burdon and many other
legendary musicians.
Known for his deep powerful vocal style and ability to combine many
different guitar styles to create his own, Bonfanti's solo acoustic show
consists of music by all the great artists that have influenced his unique
solo sound.

Tonight he presents a special intimate show especially for the Green
Note Basement with Jihad Darwish joining him on Upright Bass
Expect songs by Muddy Waters, Josh White, Big Bill Broonzy, Robert
Johnson, Ray Charles, Mississippi John Hurt, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal and many more.

Utterly spellbinding The Times
The next British blues guitar hero The Guardian