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The concert organiser Folk, Blues & Beyond works without profit

It is our intention to donate our profits from each concert to Weston Park Cancer Charity after Artist fees and promotion costs are covered

Later we will organise a charity event with several singers and bands

Watch this space 

 Sunday 8th May 2022 
 Legendary Bluesman
               VICTOR BROX              

   Sunday 15th May 2022 

 The sound of New Orleans                    .        DALE STORR              


English blues musician, multi instrumentalist, husband of Annette Brox.
Victor Brox (born May 1940, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire) is a British blues musician from Manchester, England.
He has been described by Jimi Hendrix and Tina Turner as their favourite white blues singer.
Brox plays a variety of musical instruments including horns, keyboards and guitar, as well as performing vocals.
Though continuing to perform with the Victor Brox Blues Train, he is most widely known for his performance as Caiaphas on the original recording of Jesus Christ Superstar (1970) and for his collaborations.
He has worked with: Eric Clapton, Hendrix, Ritchie Blackmore and Ian Gillan of Deep Purple, Charlie Mingus, Memphis Slim, Dr. John, Aynsley Dunbar, Graham Bond, Alexis Korner, John Mayall, Country Joe McDonald and Keith Moon.
He appeared as a "look-alike" of Leonardo da Vinci in the film Ever After (uncredited, 1998).


"A very, very fine piano player indeed" ~ Paul Jones, BBC Radio 2


Described by Jazz Journal magazine as the “piano man’s piano man…” and “a national treasure” , Dale Storr’s musical journey has now brought him recognition as one of the UK’s leading exponents of New Orleans piano.

Inspired by his parents record collection of early Rhythm n’ Blues and Rock n’ Roll, the evocative music of New Orleans quickly became a passion for the young pianist. He immersed himself into the styles of heroes like Dr.John, James Booker, Professor Longhair, Allen Toussaint , Fats Domino and Huey ‘Piano’ Smith to name but a few. His piano studies took him to Sheffield where he established himself as a highly sought after pianist backing many top blues stars from the U.K. and America.

However the music of his beloved New Orleans was always going to take precedence and from 2008 Dale went solo with his now acclaimed ‘Sounds of New Orleans’ show.

2022 Dates
15 - 18   Easter Fundraiser Festival
                            Details TBA
1    Victor Brox
15    Dale Storr

The Old Hall Hotel, Castleton Road, Hope S33 6RH 

Sheffield: 12.5 miles. Chesterfield: 18 miles. Buxton: 15 miles
             New Mills: 17.5 miles. Manchester: 29 miles
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