By Audlem Webteam - 4th December 2005 12:30pm
The keenly awaited Winter Blues concert was a triumphant double header with The Kyla Brox Band and Tommy Allen's Trafficker providing superb entertainment at last night's Public Hall event organised by Audlem Festival.
Kyla Brox has been compared by music critics to Joss Stone and it was easy to see why. She and her band put heart, soul and lots more, including soprano, alto and tenor sax, into their performance. Kyla is shortly off to perform in Thailand so those that missed her last night and crave some winter sunshine would be well advised to get on a jetplane and follow her to Phucket. It won't be a wasted trip.
If Trafficker were ever meant to be just a warm up act, nobody had told them as the trio produced a wall of heart beating sound that earned encores. Tommy Allen's guitar playing brought Jimi Hendrix and Jim Kirkpatrick to mind and praise doesn't come higher than that.
A great night. Well done Paul Moran and the Festival for bringing top acts like these to Audlem.
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