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The Cluny presents:

THE MILK MEN

Details

  • Date: Sun 30 Jun 2024
  • Venue: The Cluny
  • Advance tickets: £7.00
  • Doors: 1pm

Stage Times

2pm

The Milk Men is a band made up from the cream of British R’n’B talent and pedigree.

Bringing together young veterans of the UK’s live music scene. The Milk Men have been tearing up venues and festivals all over the UK with their dynamic live show.

With former Pirate Mike Roberts on drums, Lloyd Green (son of guitar legend Mick Green) on bass guitar, husky blues singer Jamie Smy on vocals, the band is rounded off on guitar by Adam Norsworthy, also known as the singer and guitarist in blues scene mainstays Mustangs.

The band draws its influences from a wide range of classic bands from Dr Feelgood to Fleetwood Mac. Their original music is classic blues rock, but always played with attack, energy, melody and a sense of fun.

The band has released four hugely-acclaimed albums of original material, and their latest and finest album Spin The Bottle saw the band cement their reputation as one of the UK’s premier keepers of the British Blues Rock flame. In early 2023 the Milk Men released Mini Milk, a 5-track e.p. of some of their most popular songs, remixed and remastered as a sampler for the many new fans the band has been picking up all over the country. 

The band has headlined major blues festivals all over the UK including Swanage and The Great British Rock & Blues Festival in Skegness. In January 2023 theband was nominated for two UK Blues Awards – Emerging Talent and Best Blues Band. In September 2023 they were one of the five bands chosen to compete in the prestigious UK Blues Challenge. The last year has seen  them take their unique brand of catchy blues rock all over the country playing at festivals everywhere from Cornwall to Carlisle.

“The finest rockin’ rhythm’n’blues band in the country” 

Blues in Britain Magazine.

Brilliant – there aren’t many better exponents of the than The Milk Men”
– Maximum Volume Magazine

Fun, feelgood and wildly entertaining”
– Fireworks Magazine

In the tradition of British milk men – these guys certainly deliver!

– Blues Matters Magazine

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