Memphis Blues Music Award Winner Giles Robson is the first and only British or European blues artist to appear on Chicago’s legendary Alligator Records, the most famous and long-running active blues label on the planet.

Described by blues harp greats Grammy Winner Sugar Blue and Paul Jones as one of the great living harmonica players, Giles has headlined across Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Spain, Luxembourg, Germany, Holland, France, Belgium, Romania, Italy and the UK.

Robson plays and sings dirty straight harp driven old school blues, both electrically and acoustically…. the timeless qualities of which never fail to win over audiences. Robson is famous for his own world-leading, attention-grabbing and critically acclaimed harmonica playing. Add to that his winning way with the audience, individual singing voice and his top-notch band and you have a killer act.

1. Little Walter – Sad Hours

One of the 20th Centuries greatest instrumentalists. Like Django Reinhart, he managed to possess an impossible mixture of precise technique and an incredible emotional range both of which are present in this melancholic masterpiece.