BRITISH BLUES ARCHIVE

About Us

 

PATRONS:

John Mayall

and

Chris Barber

THE BRITISH BLUES ARCHIVE -

A National Charity

The archive is a Charity that was set up by Peter Harvie and Stevie King in

2011 and is the only archive which concentrates upon British Blues,

that great music that means so much to so many people.

The archive documents the history, musicians, the venues

and the instruments that make up British Blues.

Eventually everything will be on this website for everyone to see but it will

take many years. We will get there with the help of fellow musicians and

enthusiasts.

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Here's a message from MIKE VERNON:

"Happy to be part of this endeavour and keep it coming! "

Patron Chris Barber

 

Meet the British Blues Archive People

Peter Harvie with Patron John Mayall:

 

Founder and our resident writer and interviewer Stevie King:

 

Mike 'Dr Blue' KcKeon is writing a diary for this website 'The diary of a Bluesman', explaining what it's like to be playing blues in the clubs, pubs and jams, describing the venues and the people.

 

Ernie King is our researcher on anything blues:

 

Chris Lafbury, with Oli Brown. Chris has been a long-term blues fan and plays a little bit of guitar. He is responsible for the web site:

 

 

 

Tina Harvie, who is our Treasurer and makes sure any money we raise is accounted for and used in accordance with our terms of reference.

GO TO THE BIOGRAPHIES PAGES FOR THE HISTORY OF BRITISH BLUES ARTISTS, WRITTEN BY STEVIE KING

GO TO THE 'DIARY OF A BLUESMAN ' PAGE FOR THE TRAVELS OF A BLUESMAN, WRITTEN BY MIKE 'DR BLUE' MCKEON

LISTEN TO THE BLUES WHILE YOU BROWSE THE WEBSITE

 

 

© BRITISH BLUES ARCHIVE 2017