The Blues Caravan is on a roll. Now in its 10th triumphant year, Ruf’s touring showcase of new talent is sticking with the viagra 10mg winning formula that has made it an institution. One stage. Three artists on fda approved cialis the brink of greatness. And a crowd strapped in for the night of their lives. With an illustrious roll call of order generic cialis past alumni including Ana Popovic, Oli Brown and Joanne Shaw Taylor, the Blues Caravan has always been a golden ticket to catch the scene’s next-big-things before they explode onto the world stage. Now, with the 2014 lineup of Albert Castiglia, Laurence Jones and Christina Skjolberg shaking up an international cocktail of talent from the US, the UK and Europe, the only place to be is 5 mg levitra down the front.
British blues has never had it so good, and with 2012’s debut album Thunder In The Sky still shaking the scene, it’s no wonder they’re calling 21-year-old Laurence Jones “the head boy of the buy levitra from china new breed” (Classic Rock). Leading his power trio with maturity and flair, Laurence has opened for icons including Pat Travers and Buddy Whittington, conquered the festival circuit and even planted a flag in the European market with his rocket-fuelled sets. The BBC’s much-respected Radio 2 has even compared Laurence’s intelligent guitar heroics to “a young Robin Trower, exciting and viagra 10mg full of energy”, and when the Blues Caravan pulls into your town, fans can expect to find a precocious-but-ferocious bandleader with his pockets full of killer songs.
The Blues Caravan has a reputation for turning the spotlight onto the best female blues artists – so remember the name, because you’ll be seeing a lot more of Christina Lorentzen Skjolberg. Born on the tiny Norwegian island of Smøla, she fell for the guitar via Jimi Hendrix, picked up her first left-hand electric aged 12 and has broken out of buy viagra online canadian phamacy the Scandinavian circuit since 2007 with gutsy funk-blues originals like Feel So Free. For now, Christina might be a best-kept-secret on the world blues stage, but with her head-turning stage presence, force-ten charisma and a setlist sure to generic brands of viagra online have punters stampeding back from the bar, she’ll be on everybody’s lips after the 2014 Blues Caravan.
The Caravan will be completed by the viagra online no prescription US-American musician with Cuban and Italian roots. As a teenager Albert Castiglia started playing guitar and realized that writing his own music was the best way to express his thoughts.
His first breakthrough was when Junior Wells hired him for his touring band, so they played several world tours together. In 1997 the New Times magazine in Miami named him the “Best Blues Guitarist” and finally, in 2002, Castiglia released his debut “Burn”.
With Albert, Christina and Laurence being part of the 2014 Blues Caravan we look forward to some fantastic nights full of great, new Blues music.