Band Of Friends Debut Original Material On New EP

03/03/2014
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(The Blues) Band Of Friends, the outfit formed by ex Rory Gallagher bandmates Gerry McAvoy and Ted McKenna, have release an EP containing their first original material.

The veteran bassist and drummer are joined by guitarist-vocalist Marcel Scherpenzeel for Too Much Is Not Enough, which comes complete with a live DVD shot in Germany last year.

The trio, who last year won the Best Live Band gong at the British Blues Awards, formed in 2011 with the intent of keeping Gallagher's music alive without being a straightforward tribute act.

McAvoy says: "Too Much Is Not Enough is a line in the sand for us. We're always going keep Rory's songs alive - but we're creative artists too and it's time to make that point.

"I think you'll see a direct line from the DVD through our studio cover of If I Had A Reason to the new tracks. We're looking forward to discovering where it'll take us." more on this story

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