AMERICAN BLUESMAN Randall ‘Big Daddy’ Webster and songwriter/broadcaster Patrick Horgan bring their ‘Tangled Roots Tour’ to the Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday June 30 at 9pm.
Webster and Horgan have worked together for 15 years performing original and classic blues, rhythm & roots, Americana, soul, and jazz. Webster has opened for and shared the stage with BB King, Keb Mo, the Doobie Brothers, Kool & The Gang, Joe Bonamassa, Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, Indigo Girls, and De La Soul.
Horgan has written and presented radio documentaries on Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, and other music related subjects. His latest project is a solo album of original material which was recorded in the Sound Emporium studio in Nashville with elite American session players who have worked with Elton John, John Hiatt, Steve Earle, Stevie Nicks, and Willie Nelson.
Tickets are €10/8. See www.monroes.ie