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The James Hunter Six to join Red Rooster Festival

Some of the best rhythm and blues is coming to Suffolk.

Red Rooster has announced further details regarding its 2016 line-up.

Red Rooster is set in the beautiful private gardens of Euston Hall in Suffolk and is designed by landscape designers William Kent and Capability Brown. As the days flow slower in the South there is is plenty of time to kick back and enjoy the roaming brass bands that recreate the spirit of the French Quarter in New Orleans.

Joining already announced King Khan & The Shrines, will be headliners James Hunter Six. The band will bring its own brand of modern rhythm n blues that has captivated listeners across generations and earned James Hunter Six two Billboard Blues chart number ones. Most recently the band was singed to Daptone Records and releasing album, Hold On!

Red Rooster aims to bring the very best in R’n’B, Americana, Blues, Soul, Roots and Country to Suffolk and be the perfect destination for a ‘Deep South’ weekend of music, food and culture.

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Drinks on offer will include a range of cocktails including: refreshing juleps, Louisiana Jams, Pickle Backs and Hillbilly Moonshines. There will be a range of ales too and beers, whiskeys & bourbons – all  served in swell Southern style – by the boys & belles from Soul Shakers.

The festival will return this summer with more amazing acts than before, which include:

The James Hunter Six / The Hadsome Family/ The Rails /  Tav Falco & The Panther Burns  / The Urban Voodoo Machine / Jeb Loy Nichols / Big Joe Louis / Flats & Sharps / Rob Heron & The Tea Orchestra / Sister Cookie – Izo Fitzroy / Ida Mae / Lank Smith & The Pythons / The Johnsons  / The Arlenes / Dove & Boweevil  / Dj 78

They will join the previously announced:

King Khan & The Shrines / Bob Log Iii  /   James Leg / Daddy Long Legs

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Red Rooster Festival takes place between the 2nd and 4th June in Euston Hall, Suffolk. 


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