The web site
) is updated more or less daily but recently a lot of new pictures and info has
been added to the
section as well as the Sponsors page and the Mines 2004 page amongst others.
is now a month old and seems to be read by quite a lot
of people but new messages are slowing a little. I suppose it will take a
while to get going but your input is essential for this to become a useful
resource and not just a gimmick. Gimmicks we don't want - a useful resource we
do... So if you want to talk about a band, a guitar, a bass (already some
interesting stuff here), drums, harps, an upcoming gig (or one you've just seen
and we might have missed) let us know on the Forum at
in a recent interview said that his appearance at the Big Wheel Blues Fest in
May (just one of his many gigs on the recent UK tour) was his
"best gig, ever"
. You can see what he said at
. It really is worth a read.
On-line ticket booking and credit card payment facilities.
Domicilium (the web specialists who provide support for all Internet Services
for the festival including managing the Domain Name
Services and Hosting the Web site) together with the Festival organisers are
putting together an online package which will enable secure ticket purchase by
credit card. This should make life simpler for all who want tickets for the
GIG NOT TO MISS
in Peel has two more excellent gigs coming up in the very near future
The Angel Brothers
The Angel Brothers. This is a fascinating cultural combination of Indian and
western musical input - an anglo/asian blend of bhangra, rock, dub, country and
Idian classical. A powerful and fruity cocktail that should be sipped,
savoured and enjoyed at the Centenary Hall in Peel. Check out their web site for
details by clicking the following link
. This is definitely one not to miss - phone (01624) 842264 to check on ticket
Adrian Byron Burns
Adrian Byron Burns. Many of you will already have made a note of this gig as
Adrian is well known to Blues lovers on the Island but to see what the
critics/press have to say about him click
Tickets and more info from the usual number: (01624) 842264 and more info on upcoming events at The Centenary Hall Arts Centre is available by clicking here.
for much more information about Bushy's Big Wheel Festival 2004/5
The 2005 Festival is set for the weekend of the 13th May.
The annual Big Wheel Blues Festival is run entirely by volunteers and is a
non-profit-making, fund raising event for charity and good causes.
The Big Wheel Blues Festival is very pleased to acknowledge it's principal
Bushy's Brewery, Charterhouse Group International,
The Shore Hotel, The Queens Hotel, The Riverside Music Room, Domicilium and
The Manx Taverns Group
without whom the festival could not take place.
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