Sunday, 1 September 2019
Acts at Saltburn HOWZAT Music Festival
Dan Burnett is a world-class singer and multi-instrumental musician. It’s in his blood.
He was spoon-fed soul, blues, funk, and rock music from an early age, and began learning to play after receiving a keyboard for his 3rd birthday. With his mother’s encouragement and father’s guidance, before his teens Dan was playing gigs throughout Yorkshire in his dad’s blues band – and from then on live performance became a way of life.
With just an average age of 20, this young North East Rock And Roll Wedding Band exquisitely recreates the sound that shaped a generation, performing hits from the likes of The Beatles, Elvis, Chuck Berry and The Rolling Stones.
Groove-A-Matics are blues at its best. The band mixes a blend of blues, soul and funk into a rich musical gumbo. Each member brings with him a wealth of experience and talent gained from many years gigging the length and breadth of the country, as well as Europe and beyond.
The Two Blue Band
Many great things are on the rise for Two Blue Band and they are determined to show their truly amazing abilities to the world and keep on performing their powerful soulful blues.
After much continuing successes, the band over the last few years has played some great gigs, supported great talents, such as Dan Patlanski, Roul Roux, and Laurence Jones. All big names in the blues scene.
Two Blue band is looking forward to more great times ahead!
Two Blue Band - Ian Robinson(vocals and guitar) Michael Grant(Guitar), Colin Willis(Bass) and Steve (spud) Howland Scott, Drums/Percussion
THE JOHN P TAYLOR BAND
They're back, stars of Howzat 2017 will be playing again for us lucky people. John P Taylor band are a musical melting pot of like-minded musicians and songwriters, creating what they describe as ‘original Americana based blues with a groove’.
KYLA BROX BAND
WINNERS OF THE BRITISH BLUES CHALLENGE 2018
Kyla's voice remains a stunning example of the soul singer's art: turning up the heat by degrees, lulling and charming before unleashing emotional catharsis, and blurring the distinction between pleasure and pain like the soul greats of old. Whether fronting the mighty Kyla Brox Band, or harnessing undiluted soul power in a duo with musical and life partner Danny Blomeley, Kyla Brox is without doubt the most authentic UK blues and soul singer of her generation. Tickets on sale soon, watch this space!
Straight Eight's repertoire is a well chosen blend of soul and dance classics, turning the clock back to the heyday of Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding. The band kick new life into many songs including Knock On Wood, Everybody and Mustang Sally. Although mainly from the 60's, there are songs and surprises from later decades - everyone's favourite gets a look in! Formed in 1990, Straight Eight, an exciting Soul and R & B band promise a highly enjoyable show appealing to all. With a distinctive full-blooded horn section, initially the band played classics from the golden era of Soul, including tracks made popular in the 'Blues Brothers' and 'Commitments' movies. More recently, they have extended the repertoire by applying their special treatment to funkier numbers from the seventies to the noughties, along with some gems that you'd forgotten!
Advanced Price £25
On the day £30
Tickets Available from
Mylos Cafe Saltburn, Saltburn Cricket Club and Harry Simpson
N.B This is an INDOOR festival
OWN DRINKS and FOOD CANNOT BE BROUGHT INTO THE VENUE. Food, Hot and Cold Drinks can be purchased at the Cricket Club at very reasonable prices.
Please Note that due to the Hall's surface (artificial turf) please refrain from wearing stiletto heels.
For any information please contact
Telephone - 07960935263
Email - email@example.com
Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team provides a search and rescue service on the northern half of the North York Moors in the North East of England. Their operational area covers about 1000 square kilometers with their 50 voluntary members being on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
The Team, like all UK mountain rescue teams is a charity and must raise around £25,000 a year in order to operate.
2018’s Festival raised £2500 for The RNLI
2017’s Festival raised £4311.50 for The Great North Air Ambulance Service (approximately 30 missions)