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HRH AOR, HRH Blues & HRH CROWS Combine Forces in a 3 Day, 3 Arena, 70 Band Monster Edition Aptly Named HRH ABC

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We are absolutely stoked to be able to announce that award-winning Joanne Shaw Taylor is one of our co-headliners for HRH ABC in Great Yarmouth. The blues-rock singer-songwriter rose quickly to the top of the blues scene when both of the first two albums hit the top ten in the US Billboard Blues Album chart. In 2018 Joanne signed for Sony Music, and this year released her sixth album “Reckless Heart” to critical acclaim.

We are delighted to announce that Molly Hatchet, with new frontman Jimmy Elkins, join us at Great Yarmouth as Thursday night headliners as part of their 45th Anniversary World Tour. The 6-piece from Jacksonville Florida, known best for their hit 1979 hit “Flirtin’ With Disaster”, bring their unique and heavy southern hard rock to HRH ABC.

Evergreen The Quireboys will be playing their hit album A Bit Of What You Fancy in its entirety to mark the seminal recording’s 30th anniversary. The lads are as busy as they’ve every been, if not more so – with the newly re-recorded version of their debut album hot on the heels of the highly rated 35&Live Anniversary DVD and CD Box Set.


Thursday’s line-up is brimful of talent – which will be highlighted when award-winning singer-songwriter Jo Harman hits the stage. The rising star of British blues has played with the likes of Patti Smith and Joan Baez, and is a true international artist with a growing reputation. Take a listen to Jo’s collaboration with Mike Harris below:

In addition, we are able to confirm Darren Wharton’s incredible band Dare, blues legend Simon McBride, Corky Laing playing Mountain, HRH favourites Collateral, the awesome Wille and The Bandits plus Off Yer Rocka bands Gin Annie and Twister.

Also confirmed are Bootyard Bandits, Bad Touch, Little Triggers, Blood Red Saints, Age of Reflection, Ken Pustelnik’s Groundhogs, The Brew, Bernard Allison, Creedence Clearwater Review, Stan Webb’s Chicken Shack, Eliana Cargnelutti, Big Daddy Wilson, Paul Lamb & The King Snakes, Hell’s Addiction, Henrik Freischlader, Mike Farris and his Band, Tom Kilner Band, Pig Iron, Revival Black, Dusk Brothers, Fargo Railroad Co, Clare Free, Fugitive, Ethyrfield, Empyre, White Raven Down, Bad Dog, 4th Labyrinth, Mad Haven, The Black Hands, Iconic Eye, Molly Karloff, Electus, High Treason, Lonely Dakota, Theia, Lixx, New Device, Big River, Mojo Preachers, Jimmy Regal & the Royals, Piston, Deep Blue Sea, Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm, Colina Pearl, Sidewinder, Southbound, Dig Lazarus, The Nile Deltas, These Wicked Rivers, Crooked Shapes, The Wicked Jackals, Felix Rabin, and Amy Montgomery.
If there isn’t something for everyone at HRH ABC then when will there ever be!

Head over to www.hrhblues.com or www.hrhaor.com or www.hrhcrows.com for more info – tickets are available from www.hrhcrows.com or you can call 0207 193 1164 for all the latest packages and deals.

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