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Southern Fried Groove Queens @ Pier Masters House

Saturday, October 1

Southern Fried Groove Queens are a Mississippi Hill Country/Delta Blues duo, with Lee Hall on Guitar/Vocals (Datura Roots Collective) & renowned Blues drummer Lucy Piper, daughter of the late Blues musician, Julian Piper ‘one of the UK’s foremost champions of African-American blues’ – The Guardian.

Fried Fresh From the ‘Deep South’ of the UK, cooked to perfection using a traditional recipe passed down through generations, SFGQ provide a heavy kick and grooves that will make you want to move.

The duo plays their take on the likes of RL Burnside, John Lee Hooker, Robert Johnson and many more. The band formed in 2020, and have already been booked to play at several of the UK’s leading Blues and Jazz festivals, taking audiences by storm.

With Lee’s haunting vocals and energetic slide playing, and Lucy’s infectious hypnotic drumming, this is a band not to be missed. Be prepared to ‘juke’ with them! 

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