2018 Date is announced

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Make a date in your diary for the 6th Hanwell Hootie Music Festival taking place on Saturday 12th May 2018.
It gets better and better each year!
See you there!

Make it Sunday

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Hanwell Hootie are organising the music for the ‘Make it Sunday‘ event in Bond Street, Ealing on Sunday 20th and 27th August. 10am onwards on both days. Come on down for a great day! Find out more @ Make It Sunday

Fabulous Feasting

In 2017 we are extending the Hootie food offering to two venues. The Sandy Park will be hosting La Crepes des Delices, Wood Fired Wonders, Boardwalk BBQ and Surrey Ices whilst the Viaduct Meadow will play host to Pulled Food, Indian Street Kitchen, Jerk Joint, Rupert Street and Ealing Woodcraft Folk. Both venues will host the artisan coffee van & espresso martini bar Monkey Puzzle. Be sure to check them out!

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This October British rocking rhythm and blues comes back to where it started. The perfect night out for fans of Manfred Mann, the Rolling Stones, Dr Feelgood, Count Bishops, Muddy Waters and all points between.
Rhythm and Blues: RJ Hunter, The Bronsons, The Wilbur Project
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Rhythm and Blues: RJ Hunter, The Bronsons, The Wilbur Project

October 21, 2017, 7:00pm - October 21, 2017, 4:30pm

The Ealing Club is a bit of a legend in British rhythm and blues. This is where Alexis Korner got going. This is where the Rolling Stones first played together in the classic line-up. This is where The Who did their first gigs. The Animals, Cream, Rod Stewart, Manfred Mann - they all played here. The original club closed a while ago but the venue survived through various changes of name. The whole area is up for redevelopment, though, making this one of your last chances to see proper British rhythm and blues in a legendary venue. On the bill: **THE ROBERT J HUNTER BAND** - Dirty rhythm and blues from the depths of Alderney. Robert J. Hunter and his band combine his gruff and powerful voice with the wild thud of overdriven blues guitar to create truly unique original music. His powerful debut album, ’Songs for the Weary’, received blues chart success and critical acclaim and the single release, ‘Demons’, reached number one in the UK iTunes Blues Chart. Robert has supported acts including Wilko Johnson, The Animals, Eddie & the Hotrods and HeyMoonShaker and has featured on the European and UK festival circuits. **THE BRONSONS** - West London cult rhythm and blues band The Bronsons died in 1985 and came back from the dead in 2013. Their sounds is rooted in Dr Feelgood, The Inmates, Lew Lewis, Nine Below Zero, and early on many of the songs came that route too. The new version has matured into a phenomenally energetic live show made up of 50% obscure classics and 50% original material. Expect Link Wray, existential anger and rockabilly girls. **THE WILBUR PROJECT** - A four-piece stripped down R&B band from Rutland, The Wilbur Project play a mix of original material and not-so-obvious covers. Inspired by Dr Feelgood, Howling Wolf, Little Walter, early Stones and The Inmates - all coupled with a DIY punk attitude - they come to Ealing fresh from supporting Dr Feelgood and Steve Hooker. **JJ SYMON** - Manchester born, Melbourne raised and Brighton based singer-songwriter JJ Symon reinterprets a mixed bag of influences into a raw, direct and thrilling concoction of alternative rhythm, blues and rock'n'roll. After a couple of years relentlessly delivering his spitfire-garage-folk-blues to London and Brighton audiences, his fifth album, Injured Ninja, was released this summer. The Ealing Club (The Red Room) 42A The Broadway, London W5 2NP Phone: 020 8840 3613

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