Katie Bradley’s New Live Album ‘Anchor Baby Live Sessions’ To be released for UK tour 2014

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Photo By Leo lyons 2014


Katie has been busy playing some brilliant dates across the length and breadth of the UK and Europe. This month Katie has received brilliant press  including a prestigous four page interview with Blues Matters #79 and a brand new track co-written with guitarist Dudley Ross which is featured on the cover mount CD for The Blues Magazine.

The track is called ‘Long way from home’ and it is from the Live Studio session ‘Anchor Baby Live Sessions’ produced in the Kentish Countryside by Dan Lucas. The CD features original material and is to be released to coincide with her UK Tour with American guitarist Kirk Fletcher. and will be exclusively available at all the shows.

To be sure you will receive a signed copy of this forthcoming release – notice of it’s release will be released via Katie Bradley’s Mailing List

Katie Bradley’s New live album will be available on her UK Tour with Kirk Fletcher

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Kind words via Paul Jones mentioning the Tour


 Here is what The Blues Magazine have said about our brand new track:

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“The self released She’s Ready established singer and harmonicist Katie Bradley’s Gospel Blues sound. Cut live with Paul Jobson, Joe Sam, Sam Kelly and guitarist Dudley Ross.

It marked her out as special on originals like ‘I hear the river’ a number 7 hit on the i-tunes Blues Chart. ‘Long way from Home’ another self-penned number is equally deft with touchstones including Little Walter, James Cotton, Etta James and Luther Allison, who she duetted with”

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