Wilton's

22nd July . 7.30pm - 9.30pm .

Dai & The Ramblers are one of the most exciting bands to emerge from London's roots music scene over the last few years, and play in a style joining the dots between Cajun, folk and blues music. 

Singer and guitarist Dai Price writes songs for Dai & The Ramblers, and also runs the New Orleans rhythm and blues and mambo sextet The Cosimo Matassa Project. Rupert Gillett plays double bass with the Ramblers, but is perhaps better known for his work on cello with Jacqui Dankworth, Arcopia and many others. The band features seasoned sidemen Alan Dunn on piano and accordion (Loudon Wainright, Richard Thompson), and Bob Loveday on fiddle (Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, The Penguin Cafe Orchestra). 

Dai & The Ramblers' live gigs have earned them a reputation as one of the finest roots music acts around, combining fresh original songwriting with outstanding seat-of-the-pants musicianship.

FREE unticketed event in the Mahogany Bar - just come along! 

"This London quartet's Zydeco-influenced debut swings mightily. Like James Hunter before him, frontman Dai Price is a man to watch." - Phil Alexander (Mojo)

"An organic, swinging masterpiece... inordinately tight." - Keith Ames (The Musician)

"I love his voice; I love the whole band." - Paul Heaton (The Beatiful South)

"Just about as good as it gets. One of the best bands I've ever seen, and over 50+ years, I've seen them all." - Ted Carroll (Ace Records)

"This is a heavyweight songwriter at work." - Rory Carlile (New Roots)

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