Mick’s career spans five decades and takes in some of the most important names in rock and roll history. After standing in for Eric Clapton at a Bluesbreakers gig a year later, John Mayall was looking for a guitarist and at only 17 Mick was touring with Mayall’s legendary band. From there he became a member of The Rolling Stones, where he stayed for half a decade, contributing his trademark vibrato slide and song writing skills to numerous hit albums including Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street.
In his solo career Mick has worked on soundtracks and film scores, appeared with Mike Oldfield and recorded with Bob Dylan. In 1979 he released his first solo material, an album mixing rock, jazz and Latin flavoured blues and he continued touring, performing again with John Mayall and Eric Clapton and recording with The Rolling Stones.
Now playing with a line-up of long-time friends and musicians this is a concert you do not want to miss.
7.30pm – 8pm: Tensheds
8.30pm – approx. 10pm: Mick Taylor