Nicky Moore announced as fifth exhibition curator/spokesman

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Left, Timmy Moore; right, Nicky Moore

Nicky Moore, the man known as ‘The Voice’ in British Blues, is the fifth Curator announced by the British Blues Exhibition, following Andy Twyman (one man band), Paul Lamb (harmonica), Roger Inniss (bass), and Jamie Pipe (keyboards).

Aspects of the British Blues Exhibition have Curators with particular relevant experience and expertise. The role of a Curator is to help build relevant content in the British Blues Exhibition and to act as a spokesman in their field of knowledge. It can have an additional aspect, to venerate the individual chosen, and Nicky Moore deserves that recognition as a premier vocalist.

Former Hackensack, Samson and Nicky Moore’s Blues Corporation frontman, Nicky is now in duo Kyle & Moore with guitarist Danny Kyle.

Check out his page here.

Jamie Pipe announced as fourth exhibition curator/spokesman

Jamie Pipe, keyboard player with young British Blues-Rock act The Mentulls, is the fourth Curator announced by the British Blues Exhibition, following Andy Twyman (one man band), Paul Lamb (harmonica) and Roger Inniss (bass).

Aspects of the British Blues Exhibition have Curators with particular relevant experience and expertise. The role of a Curator is to help build relevant content in the British Blues Exhibition and to act as a spokesman in their field of knowledge.

Jamie Pipe is brother of The Mentulls vocalist/guitarist Andrew. The band have been playing from a young age, are indeed still at a young age, and have supported numerous famous Blues and Rock acts. Jamie himself is largely influenced by musicians who were themselves influenced by the Blues. Check out his page here.

Andy Twyman announced as third Exhibition curator/spokesman

One man band Andy Twyman is the third Curator announced by the British Blues Exhibition, following Paul Lamb (harmonica) and Roger Inniss (bass).

Aspects of the British Blues Exhibition have Curators with particular relevant experience and expertise. The role of a Curator is to help build relevant content in the British Blues Exhibition and to act as a spokesman in their field of knowledge.

Andy Twyman, still just 22 years old, has been performing live since 11 years of age, and has already played the 100 Club, the Ealing Blues Festival, the Great Rock and Blues Festival in Skegness, and has performed in Paris and toured in Spain. His last album, Blues You Haven’t Heard Before, was well received, and the highly respected and ex-Pretty Things performer, Robin Bibi, has described Andy as “the new Duster Bennett”.

Paul Lamb named as first exhibition Curator

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Harmonica maestro Paul Lamb (above) is the first Curator announced by the British Blues Exhibition.

Aspects of the British Blues Exhibition will have Curators with particular relevant experience and expertise. The role of a Curator will be to help build relevant content in the British Blues Exhibition and to act as a spokesman in their field of knowledge.

Paul, who has been a highly respected part of the British and world Blues scene since the 1960’s, is a firecracker of a performer, with his band Paul Lamb and the Kingsnakes. He has already spoken on the American Music On The Couch broadcast for the Exhibition in 2015.