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  • Date:14/07/2022 07:00 PM
  • Location Avenue of Remembrance, Sittingbourne ME10 4DE, UK (Map)



THE BOURNE MUSIC CLUB are excited to welcome the Gary Cain Band to Sittingbourne as part of their UK tour.

Doors at 7pm.

With one foot planted firmly in the Blues, and the other foot planted in seemingly everything else, The Gary Cain Band bring a fresh and unique musical style defined by their debut release, “Twangadelic Bluesophunk”. The band has opened for major artists, including George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Danielle Nicole, the Downchild Blues Band, David Gogo, Bob Margolin, and Sugaray Rayford, and were Semi-Finalists in The Blues Foundation’s International Blues Challenge, held in Memphis.

Festival appearances include: Festival Gresiblues (France), Festival international du blues de Tremblant (CAN), Blues on the Chippewa (USA), Augustibluus (Estonia), Phoenixville Bluesfest (USA), BBQ Blues & Bikes Festival (USA), Kitchener Blues Festival (CAN), International Blues Challenge (USA), Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival (CAN), Limestone City Blues Festival (CAN), Porquis Rock ‘n’ Blues Festival (CAN), Beer, Bourbon, BBQ and Blues Festival (CAN), Peak to Shore Festival (CAN), BBQ Blues and Bikes Festival (USA)

"ridiculously talented, genre-bending guitarist...a jaw-dropper”
- Blues Matters Magazine (UK)

“A high-wire blues/rock guitar slinger…killer original stuff that those in the market for a new guitar hero will take to heart.”

– Midwest RecordsIn 2019 the Gary Cain Band toured Europe, Canada, & the USA, including 10 major festival appearances. In 2018 they were semi-finalists at the Blues Foundation's International Blues Challenge in Memphis, and were the opening band for George Thorogood and the Destroyers.
In 2016 Gary placed 4th in the world in Grammy-winner Lee Ritenour's "Six String Theory" blues guitar contest, the largest one in the world with entries from 48 countries, and judged by guitar greats including Joe Bonamassa, Steve Lukather, John Scofield, Vince Gill, & Ry Cooder.