Usually you’ll catch him on the streets of London. On Thursday 28th March, Lewis Floyd Henry comes out of the cold and brings his electric guitar and miniature drum kit with him to The Blues Kitchen.
Whether on Brick Lane where he busks daily, or on YouTube where he’s clocked up millions of views, you’ve most likely come across Lewis. A one man, multi genre, traveling sonic medicine show, he can go from Jimmy Hendrix to Biggie Smalls in one great swoop, blending it so smooth that you’d think they were from the same era. It’s raw and gritty, and you can see it first-hand as he closes the Festival in Camden.
Hipbone Slim aka Sir Bald has performed in a plethora of bands and styles over the last 30 years. He has recorded over 30 largely self-composed albums in styles ranging from rock n roll to blues to surf to ska to garage rock to anything sort of old and good and real and fun. He joins Lewis to play stompin’ rhythm and blues on guitar, harmonica, foot drums and maracas.