Some kind comments
at our live performances.
gig at the Labour club guys...I am now a big fan. - July 2017.
A different person at the same gig "A lovely pair
of guys and so much fun!".
What I really liked was the variety.
Saw you in the 3
Wise Monkeys Saturday night have to say I was well impressed, early blues is right up my street. I just wish more people
would take the time in delving into the past and giving it a listen. Keep it up, you have a great sound
From our appearance at Twinfest, Northampton: …before the incredible King Biscuit
Boys play. Having only managed to bag a slot at Twinfest due to a band member recently moving into the area, the
two-piece play through an array of musical styles, with an even bigger array of musical instruments, and keep the audience
completely engrossed throughout.
The mix of
good time acoustic blues on guitar and harmonica, supplemented with a sprinkling of other instruments and a good balance of
originals and covers, with a generous drizzle of humour thrown in, left me going home have had a thoroughly entertaining evening
- John Cee Stannard. You can find the rest of the review and others at http://www.johnceestannard.co.uk/blog/
Folk on the Water - 2015. Crikey you guys were
fabulous tonight. What a great act to close our opening night with. You were a great act. Thank you!
Blues at the Fold
A swift changeover brought The King Biscuit Boys
to the stage, an odd pairing of the worldly looking ‘Lonesome Jon’ on guitar and young Rasta Craig on a pretty
mean harp, along with washboard and melodica.
They gave us some delightful Country and Delta blues with tongue in cheek
humour blending nicely into a very entertaining set. Jon could not help telling us that ‘I’m tired of working’
and we listened to songs as diverse as Mary had a little Lamb’ to an old blues ‘Cocaine’. Craig took up
the washboard and possible half his kitchen to deliver a lovely ‘Washboard Rag’. He certainly knows how
to use the harp. All in all with Jon’s easy gruff vocals they had lifted the tempo. I particularly liked ‘What
is it tastes like gravy?’ Those old blues men certainly knew how to write lyrics.
Graham Munn –
Blues in Britain – August 2015.
Booking the King Biscuit Boys
If you enjoy our music, let your landlord, organiser or promoter and tell us too.
If you are interested in booking the boys, feel free
to get in touch and hopefully we will be able to work something out.
We play at a Private Parties in your home or garden as well.
The King Biscuit Boys set includes originals as well as songs by Rory Gallagher,
Buddy Guy, Little Walter, Lightnin' Slim, Willie Dixon, Memphis Jug Band, Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Jimmie Lee Robinson,
Tampa Red, Leroy Carr, Dave Van Ronk, Rev. Gary Davis, Ray Charles, Elizabeth Cotton, Rolling Stones, Dr Feelgood, Nine Below
Zero, Sonny Boys I & II, Danny Adler (Deluxe Blues Band), Son House, Cannon's Jug Stompers, Status Quo and
a few more every year.