Hertfordshire's premier blues club

Rhythm and Brews

The Blues Bar Tring in conjunction with Akeman Inns. Tring Brewery and Tring Park Cricket Club bring you a Rhythm and Brews weekend. Three live gigs from some of our favorite bands and ten of Tring Breweries finest cask ales to choose from. These events will be ticket only as there are limited spaces. Tickets for all gigs will be £10 each and available from Ticket Source or from The Blues Bar on a Thursday gig night.

Bands start around 8:30pm each night, but the beer is on sale from noon on Saturday and from 4pm on Thursday and Friday, so you have plenty of time to sample the 10 different Tring Beers.

May 17th

Storm Warning

Storm Warning

Following their award winning success at the 2018 Great British Rock & Blues Festival – Skegness.

Storm Warning return to one of their favourite intimate venues. Opening with an unplugged section from Storm Warning’s Maxwell & Moore before Storm Warning play their unique brand of Blues/Rock songs from their four acclaimed  CDs.

Son’ Maxwell – Vocals & Harp

Derek White – Bass guitar

Russ Chaney – drums

Bob Moore – guitar

Ian Salisbury – Keys/Hammond

This will be a ticket only event limited to 80 tickets with tickets available from TicketSource.or from the Blues Bar prior to the event. So don’t delay, get your tickets before they all go!

May 18th

Three Bar Fire

Three Bar Fire

The original Hot Rhythm ’n’ Brews Band (Boogie Woogie, Swing, plus British & Americana, R&B)

Ronnie Teape (Vocals, Keyboards -Bernie Marsden et al)

Howard Tibble (Drums – Shaking Stevens fame)

John Gordon (Bass – Alan Price Set, John Verity (and a local boy))

Buddy King (Vocals, Guitar, Steel – a well known blues bar favorite).

This will be a ticket only event limited to 80 tickets with tickets available from TicketSource or from the Blues Bar prior to the event. So don’t delay, get your tickets before they all go!

May 19th

John Verity

John Verity

John Verity is perhaps still best known for his time as frontman in Argent from 1973 to 1976 after Russ Ballard recommended John as his replacement, noticing he would be a ‘good fit’ after seeing an early version of The John Verity Band supporting Argent whilst John was on the road promoting the first JV album. Prior to that he spent time working in the Bahamas and the US which culminated with prestige support slots for Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Mountain amongst others.

This will be a ticket only event limited to 80 tickets with tickets available from TicketSource or from the Blues Bar prior to the event. So don’t delay, get your tickets before they all go!