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Top bluesman back in town.

BLUES musician - and former ECHO journalist - Raphael Callaghan returns to Liverpool next week as guest artist at the Everyman Folk Club.

Raphael (vocal, slide guitar, harmonica) is an acoustic blues singer-songwriter whose recent critically-acclaimed album, Said And Done, has had national airplay on BBC Radio 2 and on Radio Merseyside, as well as digital blues stations around the world.

The Everyman Folk Club is held at the Cross Keys pub in city centre Earle Street, off Old Hall Street.

Run by Hughie Jones, formerly of The Spinners folk group, and his wife, Chris, it is the last remaining weekly folk club in Liverpool.

You can see Raphael perform at the club's next session on Tuesday, September 26, from 7.45pm.

Admission is free - but please be generous when the hat goes round! | Contact the Cross Keys on 0151 236 3715 for more details.

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 21, 2017
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