Showcasing some of the greatest-ever blues songs, this show includes classic tracks such as The Thrill is Gone, Born Under A Bad Sign, Hideaway, See See Baby, Let the Good Times Roll and many more, all performed with Main Street’s trademark energy and flair.
Main Street have sold out all their performances at the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival every year since 2012 and their King of the Blues shows sold out at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe.
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