Ealing Blues Festival announces line-up starring The Blockheads and Mungo Jerry


The Blockheads are headlining this year’s Ealing Blues Festival.

The group will celebrate their 40th anniversary of their New Boots & Panties album at the festival , which takes place from July 22 to July 23.

Since 2000, Derek Hussey has been fronting the band, after the band’s late frontman Ian Dury died.

Joining them as headliners across the weekend are Mungo Jerry, the blues, jugband and skiffle influenced band whose frontman and founder, Ray Dorset, played a number of Ealing venues in his formative years.

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Mungo Jerry at Weyfest in 2015

Take a look at the line-up below:

The Blockheads

Mungo Jerry

Tom Walker Band

Laura Holland Band

Bourbon Street Revival

Du Bellows

Greg Coulson

Amy Mayes Band

John Crampton

Northsyde

Georgie Chapple Band

Tim Aves & Wolfpack

Steve Morrison & Blues Abuse

Marky Dawson

Andy Twyman

Sam Kelly’s Station House

Dan Sowerby & Hugh Budden

Winnie & The Rockettes

Mumbo Jumbo

Geoff Garbow Band

Robert Hokum’s Blues Festival All Stars

Uncle Buck

Little Steam

Mack

King Buster Blues Band

Ealing Blues Festival details

When: July 22 to July 23 2017.

Where: Walpole Park, Ealing, W5 5HS.

Times: 12pm -to11pm.

Tickets available from here .

Advance tickets: £5 per day or £10 for the weekend (plus booking fees).

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