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By redbutler, Oct 4 2014 08:45AM

Red Butler have been innocently caught up in a situation having just won the title "Best new UK act" through a writers poll for Blues Matters! As a result the band were duly nominated as the UK representative at the European Blues Challenge in March 2015.

It is now public knowledge that there is a debate over the nomination process for the EBC. The band have been advised by the Blues Magazine that they have been included in a readers poll of 10 artists. The eventual winner will be nominated to take part in the EBC in March 2015.

With a final decision yet to emerge regarding the nomination debate, uncertainty prevails.

In the meantime Red Butler are keen to pursue the opportunity to represent the UK pending that decision and invites you to vote via the link below.


Thank you!


By redbutler, Sep 7 2014 10:36AM

Red Butler are delighted to announce that the band has won the BEST NEW ACT IN THE UK through the Blues Matters Magazine Writer's Poll. Accordingly Red Butler have been nominated to appear in the European Blues Challenge 2015 as the UK representative. This will take place in Brussels during March 2015.

We would like to express our gratitude to Alan Pearce and all of the writer's who took part in this process. The band are thrilled at this outcome which is the pinnacle of a sparkling year of achievements that have included the release of the debut album and appearances at major festivals and venues plus high profile supports slots.

Our gratitude extends to all our supporters, many of whom we hope to meet during forthcoming performances.


By redbutler, Aug 28 2014 08:27PM

The review by Blues in the North West represented a slight mis-interpretation of how The Last Pages of the Blues was written. Red Butler acknowledge that the words and the melody were written by Mange Morane and arranged and adapted by Red Butler. The band recognise that the song was written following the tragic and unexpected death of a young Brighton man and that Mange's title was inspired by the subsequent death of Gary Moore. We did not of course write the review but regret any pain or suffering caused to any of the parties involved. Please accept our sincere apologies.

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