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January - June

27 JAN
GUY TORTORA DUO - :  Honeysuckle Inn, Honeysickle Lane, Ramsgate, Kent CT11 8AA Music at 7 PM - Free Admission! Presented by Sue Revell and Blues With Bottle Productions.
11 FEB
TORTORA & TYZACK - Emsworth Music Club:  Emsworth Sport & Social Club, 43 - 45 Havant Road, Emsworth PO 7JF. Doors 7 PM. Guy and Ben will bring their brand of roots, Blues and Americana to Emsworth in the South of England. A great evening of playing is in store, and more instruments on stage than your used to! Book Ahead Through the club's WEBSITE which uses We Got Tickets
11 MAR TORTORA & TYZACK - St. Harmonica's Blues Club:    17 Chase Side, Southgate N14 5BP  MUsic 8:30 PM  WEBSITE
23 MAR GUY TORTORA BAND - Dusty's Blues Club, Holmer Green:  Holmer Green Sports Assn, Watchett Lane, Holmer Green, High Wycombe, Berks HP15 6UF Tel: 07496 079538 Doors: 8 PM Always a great atmosphere at this little club in Bucks! WEBSITE
10 APR GUY TORTORA BAND - The Cricketers, Westcliffe On Sea: 225 London Road, Westcliffe on Sea SS0 7JG Tel: 01702 345253 Afternoon session at this fine pub WEBSITE Music at 5 PM - Free Admission
13 MAY GUY TORTORA BAND - Going Up The Country Blues Club at Worthenbury Village Hall, nr Wrexham LL13 0 AW.  8 PM, doors 7:15.  Guy & Band return to this wonderful club.  It really is "up the country"!  WEBSITE 

July - September

GUY TORTORA BAND - Barleylands Blues Club:  Barleylands Social Club, 1 Barleylands Road, Billericay CM11 2UF  Guy & Band return to  Barleylands fine little afternoon Juke Joint in the Essex Delta!  Starts 2 PM.  http://bluesatbarleylands.co.uk/
TORTORA & TYZACK, at the Honeysuckle Inn, Ramsgate:  31 Honeysuckle Road CT11 8AA  Guy & Ben bring thier unique blend of Americana/Roots/Blues to the Honesuckle Inn near Ramsgate.   More fingerstyle picking than you can shake a broken nail to, plus bottleneck playing galore.  Starts 7:30 PM.  https://placejuice.com/the-honeysuckle-inn-6e29sba
TORTORA & TYZACK AT LIVESTOCK, Forty Hall:  Forty Hill, Enfield EN2 9HA.  Guy & Ben will be on the Woodlands Stage at 4 PM at Livestock Music Festival's lovely one day event 2022.   https://www.livestockuk.com/
GUY TORTORA TRIO at Gloucester Brewery:  Fox's Kiln, West Quay, Gloucester GL1 2LG.  Guy will perform with members of his band (Janos Bajtala, keys; George Price, bass) at the Gloucester Brewery as part of the Gloucester Blues Festival 2022 7:30 PM  https://www.gloucesterbrewery.co.uk/
TORTORA & TYZACK at the Harringay Arms, Crouch End:  153 Crouch Hill, Crouch End N8 9QH.  First time for Guy & Ben at the Harringay Arms' Sunday afternoon session.  Starts 4 PM - free admission.   https://www.harringayarms.com/
21 OCT
GUY TORTORA BAND Aat St. Harmonica's Blues Club:  17 Chase Side, Southgate N14 5BP  Guy & Band return to St. Harmonica's for quality playing, great beer, and playing material from the new album "Anywhere But Here"   http://www.stharmonicas.co.uk/


October - December






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Live Reviews:

(more to follow, as this site is updated)

Running Horse, Nottingham UK -- Guy plays every conceivable blues style over the coure of the evening, alternating between National steel, acoustic and electric guitars. He plays lots of slide and is one of the toughetst and yet subtlest guitarists I've ver seen. The high quality of his playing coupled with his ferocious attack put me in mind of the superb American band Delta Moon, recent visitors to the venue. Guy's voice is great -- easy to listen to and he delivers the lyrics with great clarity and, yes, passion. they are really worth hearing, too, being thoughtful, often wryly funny and of course musically catchy, spellbinding, hypnotic, etc. I can imagine one or two big stars having a crack at this material. I'll go out on a limb and say Guy is possibly the best writer of new blues since Larry Garner. His band? Gawd, where do `I start? Janos on keyboards was a phenomenal blues player, alert to every single thing that the otehers - especially Guy - did. He provided a real musical foil for Guy's guitar which took the music to considerable heights of excitement. The bassist Brendan was a rock. Yes, I know it's a cliche but it's true. He had the range of skills associated with Jack Bruce and as for the drummer (Neil) he was awesome -- how can someone play as powerfully as him and yet blend in so unobtrusively? I've seen a lot of bands over th eyears and this band were one of the very best. Seriously, they were that good, ask anybody who was there, and do catch them live if you can. Dave Kingsbury


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