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The Bedouin Jerry Can Band (BJB) are semi-nomadic musicians, storytellers and coffee grinders from the settlement of Abo El Hossain in the Egyptian Sinai desert - a designated Stratocaster-free zone!
This hugely successful ACW supported project commemorated the 50th annniversary of the controversial damming of Tryweryn in North Wales and the Nile at Aswan in Egypt, bringing together Nubian and Welsh musicians and uniting two nations in song and poetry
Back together after a gap of some thirty years and largely due to the efforts of Martin Bell in sourcing a truly all-star band, Doug made a “triumphant and joyous” return at the 100 Club in London, the start of a new and highly promising era.
Specializing in Creole and “old skool” early Zydeco grooves. Songs by the likes of Geno Delafose, Boozoo Chavis, Preston Frank, Bois-Sec Ardoin and Jeffrey Broussard. Songs with hypnotic grooves, catchy melodies and driving rhythms. Traditional Loui
Musical streetwise veterans from Port Said, with their ancient and modern tales from the old smoking dens to the banks of the Suez Canal.
Sub Saharan desert nomads, harmoniously uniting opposing tribal cultures. Members of the group also available in solo and duo formats on request.
"Tibetan monk turned rock star" as the press labeled him as BBC Introducing's first World Music artist. Available for one-off shows.