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Friday 13 December 2019 9.00pm - 11.30pm

St Harmonica's Blues Club: Storm Warning + Susan Black

The Southgate Club, 17 Chase Side, N14 5BP (Entrance is in Crown Lane)  

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Some of us may be suffering with the blues on Friday morning depending upon the election result. One result is certain, though: St Harmonica’s provides the best blues music in the capital and this Friday we have a magnificent offering to enable you to celebrate or forget your troubles.

Storm Warning are one of the finest contemporary blues bands in the UK. They haven’t entertained us yet at the Southgate Club and we are delighted to welcome them this Friday. Their own material and their take on blues classics are brilliantly arranged and delivered, and they have been played on radio stations worldwide including the Paul Jones programme on Radio 2 for which they recorded a live session. With four albums under their belt (you will want to buy at least one of these), they feature a veritable line up of all the talents: Son Maxwell, ex Mick Ralph’s Band vocalist and harmonica player, along with Bob Moore on guitar are a formidable pairing and with Ian Salisbury on keyboards, Derek White (Larry Miller Band) on bass and Russ Chaney (ex Mick Clarke Band) on drums.

Watch this for a feel of what is to come.

Don’t miss them, this is a class act, as is the half-time support offering in the form of Susan Black, a wonderful singer songwriter

St Harmonica's at the Southgate Club

St Harmonica's is at the Southgate Club on Fridays - apart from the first Friday of the month. Instead of the first Friday of the month, St Harmonica's will be two days later, ie the Sunday after the first Friday (which in some months will be the second Sunday of the month).

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the club now operates differently from before.

  • You must book in advance and your contact details will be recorded - no tickets at the door
  • Links for buying tickets will be sent out to the email list six days before each show.
  • Audience size is limited to 70 people
  • All audience members must remain seated throughout and there will be table service.

Our collective interpretation of recent government announcements about group sizes is that with the Covid-secure measures that we have in place in our partnership with the Southgate Club we can proceed. This approach has also been approved by the Musicians Union. The social distancing measures we used at the Cinelli Brothers gig will all be in place with the addition of temperature readings taken at the door; anyone recording a high reading won’t be allowed in and will be refunded, and we are now limiting the maximum table size to six people. We have measures to keep the musicians safe as well as the audience. We hope that the situation will enable us to run our complete autumn programme unless Enfield becomes subject to specific local mini-lockdown measures, or the national guidelines and/or legislation change.

Coming up

Dates shown in red are Sunday night jam sessions.  Others are Friday nights.  There is no St Harmonica's on the first Friday of the month, when the Comedy Club is held in the hall.



 Mark Harrison Band


 Low Down Dogs


 The Blues Chapter


 The Cadillac Kings




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