Colin Blunstone + Edward Rogers
Doors – 7.00
Edward Rogers – 8pm
Colin Blunestone – 9pm
*All time approximate and subject to change
Colin Blunstone was born in Hatfield, Hertfordshire on the 24th June 1945. He went to school in St Albans where he was introduced to the other members of The Zombies.
After attracting a large local following, the band were offered a recording contract by Decca Records which resulted in their first single, ‘She’s Not There’ becoming a world-wide hit. Three years on the road culminated in The Zombies final album the acclaimed ‘Odessey and Oracle’.
After a short break, Blunstone’s solo career began in earnest with ‘One Year’ on Epic Records, from which the hit single ‘Say You Don’t’ Mind’ was taken. Two more albums on Epic followed, ‘Ennismore’ and ‘Journey’ which spawned the hits, ‘I Don’t Believe In Miracles’ and ‘How Can We Dare To Be Wrong’.
Blunstone and his solo band take to the road again touring the UK.
Opening the show at Trading Boundaries is British-born, New York-based singer-songwriter Edward Rogers. Rogers has played extensively in New York, and the east coast, Los Angeles, Canada and London both as a solo artist and with Bedsit Poets – a folk trio whose name was given to them by Colin Blunstone. He’s released five solo albums and his sixth, Glass Marbles, is released on 11 March.