Dr Feelgood at the Atkinson Friday 7 October 2016


7.30pm – Jon Casey Blues Band

8.35pm – Dr Feelgood

Formed on Canvey Island in Essex in the early 1970s, Dr. Feelgood remains one of the most popular and exciting live rhythm and blues acts in the world. The raw and uncompromising style of their performance resulted in the album Stupidity that immediately went to the number one position in the U.K. charts.

Dr. Feelgood have also enjoyed global success with a string of hit singles including Milk and Alcohol, Roxette, Back in the Night, Down at the Doctors, She Does it Right, Going Back Home and See You Later Alligator – which gave the group their first gold record.

The current line up features the rhythm section Kevin Morris on drums and Phil Mitchell on bass, both 29 years in the band and Steve Walwyn on guitar who has been with the band for 23 years. Vocalist Robert Kane (formerly of the Animals) is the most recent addition – joining in 1999 after the tragic death of Lee Brilleaux. The band continues to tour extensively throughout the World and enjoy a loyal following at home and abroad.

Dr Feelgood Website

Supported by Jon Casey Blues Band

The renowned 3/4 piece Rock & Blues Band that specialises in Cream, Clapton, Gallagher, Mayall, Mayer, Moore and Bonnamassa. They hit the stage for our #BigBlues Festival supporting Dr Feelgood.

7:30 pm
The Atkinson – Theatre
Early Bird Festival Ticket: £34 / Gig ticket: £16 plus booking fee. Booking fee is £1 per ticket online/phone. A 2% credit card fee is charged for counter sales.
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