Seasick Steve Joined By Special Guests At London Gig

The bluesman wows the crowd as tour kicks off

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Seasick Steve kicked off his UK tour last night at London’s prestigious Astoria.

In a rare occurrence, the singer and electric blues guitarist was also joined by collaborators for a number of the songs in the set.

Joined by a drummer from his former backing band The Level Devils and his grandson on tambourine on some songs, Steve performed tracks including crowd favourites “My Donny” and “Dog House Boogie” alongside a cover of “The Letter”, a 60s hit for Alex Chilton’s first band The Box Tops.

Partway through the set, Steve was joined by KT Tunstall, who contributed guitar and vocals to “Happy Man”.

Seasick Steve performed:

“Yellow Dog”
“Things Go Up”
“My Donny”
“Cut My Wings”
“Happy Man”
“St Louis Slim”
“Working Man”
“The Letter”
“Falling Off A Rock”
“Chiggers”
“Save Me”
“Dog House Boogie”


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