We had a great time playing at Bradninch Rocks Festival last weekend! Thanks to Andy and the rest of the crew who helped organise the festival, and everyone who came along on the day. The view from the stage was amazing (see above) and Chris did a fantastic job with the sound – thanks Chris! We also got the chance to perform “Morning Star” (by the awesome Philip Sayce) for the first time, which is now a firm band favourite!
Here’s a few photos we managed to snap during setup/sound-check. Thanks to Andy Hartley for the extra photos and video. You can find more photos and videos of the whole event at the Bradninch Rocks Facebook Page.
TheSixtySix made their way down to Plymouth last Saturday to play at the Blues Bar & Grill, down on the historic waterside. There’s a great Americana vibe in there and the jukebox playlist the venue had going was probably the best we’ve ever heard! The band went on at 10pm to an already busy venue, and the audience were fantastic; really into the music and dancing at the first opportunity. Particular highlights for us were “Foolish Woman Blues” (Janis Joplin’s slow Blues, which had the place transfixed) and the always-dance-inducing “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder.
All in all, a great night! Thanks to everyone who came to see us, and to Scott and his team for hosting. We look forward to coming back again later this year..
Anti-clockwise from bottom right: arrival at the venue; final checks and tuning up; Rosie and Niall during soundcheck.
We had a fantastic time at The Bowling Green last Saturday! It was the first gig in Exeter for a while and it was great to see so many of you who came along to support us – thanks! We were too busy having a good time to take any photos during the main event, but here’s a few that we took during setting up and soundcheck. Many thanks to the kind folks at The Bowling Green for hosting us – we’re looking forward to playing again some time next year!
We had a great time playing at the Hook and Parrot Smugglers Bar in Seaton last night. Rosie was on both saxophone and guitar duties this time (and in full rock mode!). Here’s a few photos from the evening – thanks to Kim and all at Smugglers Bar for hosting us.
TheSixtySix are an energetic Blues, Rock, Funk and Soul covers band based in the Exeter area. A typical setlist ranges from the Blues classics of Robert Johnson, Freddie King and Koko Taylor to more modern interpretations of Jack White and Gary Clark Jnr and into the Soul/Funk territory of Stevie Wonder and Spanky Wilson. Fronted by vocalist/saxophonist Rosie, the line-up also includes drums, bass, electric guitar and keyboards.
“Gimme Shelter” (The Rolling Stones)
“The Seeker” (The Who)
“Glory Box” (Portishead)
The band formed in 2016 and has quickly developed a reputation for their exciting live performances. One of the younger bands on the local circuit, the group has a wealth of gigging experience and have appeared at music venues and festivals throughout the UK and beyond. TheSixtySix are passionate about bringing great blues roots music to audiences of all ages – the more dancing the better!
We had a great time at the Bradninch Music Festival last Saturday! It was a day packed full of fantastic live music, including original artists performing outside the Guildhall for Green Light Unplugged in support of Macmillan. Here’s an excerpt from our set at The Castle – thanks to everyone who came along to support us!
We are delighted to announce that TheSixtySix will be appearing at Bradninch Music Festival on Saturday 10th June! The band will play a 40 min set at the legendary Castle Hotel from 2pm. We’ll be back up to full strength with Stevie on keys and cramming in as many of our favourite tunes as possible! The Festival runs from the 9th through to 11th June and you can check out the full listings at bradninchmusicfestival.co.uk. There will be a host of great musicians and bands performing over the weekend and we look forward to seeing you there!
We had a great gig at the First & Last Inn last Sunday – thanks to everyone who came down and made it such a fantastic night! Although we missed Stevie on keys, it was really good to be out playing and showcasing a load of new tunes. It was also the first public performance of Rosie on saxophone – something you’ll definitely be hearing a lot more of in future. The audience was really attentive and the whole place was up and dancing by the end of our second set! 🙂 We captured some nice videos (see below) and audio (available on our Listen page) from the gig for you to check out.