The Royal Alberts
- Based in Worcester, Worcestershire
- Will travel 100 Miles
- Joined us in 2020
The Royal Alberts In 1966 Bob Dylan performed at the Royal Albert Hall and caused a stir (or even a controversy) by using electric guitars. The Royal Alberts have embraced this era and bring you music from then up to his latest music. The Alberts are neither a look-a-like or even sound-a-like band, but play Dylan songs with exceptional musicality. Pete is the founder of the band and is lead singer, rhythm guitarist and he also plays amazing harmonica solos. Pete is a real Dylan enthusiast and a mine of information which he will share with the audience in a witty way as he introduces the songs. Clive is lead guitarist and produces great sounds for different songs including slide guitar solos. Jamie is a true devotee of the bass guitar. He likes to play exciting bass runs but also knows the importance of a solid bass backing while Clive runs out a fantastic solo. Jamie also has an excellent singing voice and provides great backing vocals. Becky is the queen of The Royal Alberts and plays drums with great power and sensitivity as required. The Alberts can perform for a total of 90 minutes over 1 or 2 sets. Classic songs include “Hurricane”, “The ballad of Tom Thumb blues”, “Jolene”, “Going to Acapulco”, “Senor”, “All along the watchtower” and many more. They have their own high quality digital sound system.
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