Dona Oxford

Dona Oxford – ‘The Goddess of Soul, Queen of Boogie Woogie’ at The Eel Pie Club 4th May

Thursday 4 May 2017. Doors 8:15pm. Music 8:45-11pm

DONA OXFORD
Support by Kaleb McKane
Eel Pie Club at The Patch, 67 London Road,Twickenham TW1 3SZ

Tickets: £15 cash on door or by credit card via www.eelpieclub.com
Enquiries: 07732 322610

DONA OXFORD is known as the “Goddess of Soul, Queen of Boogie Woogie”. Currently, taking a break from touring with the legendary Albert Lee, she is embarking on a UK tour with her own band, kicking off at The Eel Pie Club, Twickenham on Thursday 4 May.

US born-and-raised . Dona has worked as a singer/pianist with some of the world’s finest musicians, including Keith Richards, Van Morrison, Buddy Guy, Levon Helm, Lonnie Brooks, Shirley Dixon and her idol, former Chuck Berry sideman and father of rock & roll piano, Johnnie Johnson. Now based in LA, California, Dona has produced five albums under her own name, the most recent of which, “Soul Quest”, was received with considerable critical acclaim.

Dona is a high-energy performer with a powerful delivery and stunning piano technique. She imbues every song, from ballad to rip roaring classic, with a unique style and delivery. Her show is a mixture of “Roots”, R&B, Soul and some of the most remarkable Boogie Woogie piano playing you are ever likely to see! A rare chance to see this terrific performer with her own band that also features James Beck on guitar & vocals, Ben Graham on bass & vocals, Jim Williams on percussion & vocals and Mikey Ciancio on drums.

…Carole King meets The Rolling Stones” Fortune Magazine
donaoxford.com

Opening act is Kaleb McKane www.kalebmckane.com. Still only in his early 20s, singer/songwriter/guitarist KALEB MCKANE is showing real signs that could be a major impact on the music world. Hear his debut single”Talk to God” on Spotify:
open.spotify.com/track/7yCLzQ19O61mYs5pqZW6PD. Record Collector says “dextrous, tastefully atmospheric guitar style, and a strong voice that combines the range of Glenn Hughes and artfulness of David Bowie..”