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We're gonna preach these blues


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  • Live in Louth
    Sat, 02 Jul
    Louth Working Men's Club
    02 Jul, 19:00
    Louth Working Men's Club, 17 Queen St, Louth LN11 9AU, UK
  • Dereham Blues festival
    Sat, 09 Jul
    09 Jul, 14:00 – 23:00
    Dereham, Dereham, UK
    2.00 - 3.00 pm at The Cock 5.00 - 6.00 pm at the Cherry Tree 9.00 - 11.00 pm at the Red Lion
  • Wotton Blues Festival
    Sat, 17 Sept
    The Star Inn, Wotton-under-Edge
    17 Sept, 16:00
    The Star Inn, Wotton-under-Edge, 21 Market St, Wotton-under-Edge GL12 7AE, UK
    WOTTON BLUES FESTIVAL 2022 The seventh annual Wotton Blues Festival will be held in the town on 16, 17 and 18 September 2022 – at 6 venues, with live bands, buskers and workshops. We’re planning to run a full event in 2022, please check back for details of the schedule. In the meantime, follow us on


One vocal, one blues harp and two guitars are what makes The Jujubes authentic yet unique blues sound.

Sandy, Nikki and Pete make up the trio based in South East London via Scotland, Nottingham and Hackney.

Born out of a passion to keep this genre alive, The Jujubes on their debut album have chosen eight songs from childhood memories of discovering the blues and three originals, recorded in their living room.

With only the desire to create something that felt right and felt good, The Jujubes hope that listening to this album will remind you of the Willie Dixon quote “The Blues are the roots and the other musics are the fruits”.

This album is great to listen to something that reminds you of how the raw simplicity of blues and how it can be carried forward and all of this style of music isn't just left in the archives of time

Ben Darwin – Blues from the Ouse

The Jujubes are possessors of ripped open raw and dirty blues souls and the album is delivered with frankness and authority throughout

John Armstrong – Tuning up on Wasp Radio

There’s no denying that The Jujubes are sleek, raw, but very, very distinguished. It’s blues/Rock but it’s refreshing, it’s not dated, it’s not old. The vocals are none other than sublime. Completely energised and exuberant.  I urge you to stop listening to your mundane playlists and check out The Jujubes

Ashleigh Vaughan – RGM Magazine

What met me was a slow, sultry and smooth acoustic blues rock with not a little attitude. I think there’s enough here to make you want to go searching for more.

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