Joe Jammer's All-Star Chicago Rhythm & Blues Revue
8.00PM - 11.00PM
After running the 'Blue Monday' jam nights at Buddy Guy's original Checkerboard Lounge on the South Side of Chicago, as well as being responsible for bringing Led Zeppelin there for the very first time, it was Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page who brought Joe to London in 1969 and introduced him to the London session scene, during which time Joe recorded 150 albums and singles selling over 11,000,000 copies with some of the biggest names in the business including Supertramp, Stealer's Wheel, Donna Summer, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Olympic Runners, Joe Cocker, Mick Jagger and Ringo Starr.
Joe also was the Jam Master at the legendary Speakeasy Club for three years running London's version of a Blue Monday....Not to mention being the guitarist for bluesmen Johnny Young, Albert King, Freddie King, Howling Wolf, Willy Dixon, Muddy Waters, Eddie The Chief Campbell, Johnny Little John, Jimmy Dawkins and jazz masters Eddie Clean Head Vinson and Jay McShan as well as shows with Bo Diddley. Joe recorded with Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Witherspoon, Mickey Baker, Memphis Slim and Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, among many others.
"Joe Jammer was,and still is a GREAT blues guitarist"- Joe Perry from 'Rocks:My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith'
"He is a golden music treasure. He is talented, entertaining and full of great stories from the road" - Beat Boss @ Go! Times Media.
"Now, after four decades using his guitar as a passport to the world, Joe Jammer is in London to stay, performing fantastic shows on a weekly basis. A must see!" - Insider Magazine.