Little George Sueref joins us at The Lexington

I'm thrilled to announce we will be supported by the wonderful Little George Sueref at our London gig at The Lexington on Monday 12th September. I have been a big fan of George for many years and I’m honoured to have him join the line up.

George is a distinctive Singer & Harmonica player from London. He has a unique, high, soulful voice with a “lonesome feeling deeply rooted in '50s/'60s downhome blues”.

Performing all over Europe, Scandinavia & America, George has also worked with many of the great Blues legends: Lazy Lester, Honey Boy Edwards, Homesick James, Big Jack Johnson, John Primer & The Rev. Charlie Jackson... too name but a few.

After a very successful album release with guest Lazy Lester in 2000, he also collaborated with various notable artists such as African music legend ‘Ali Farka Toure’, British Singer/songwriter ‘Nick Lowe’ & UK Pop sensation ‘Duffy’.

Little George writes many of his own songs, from soulful ballads like ‘Everyday About This Time’ to “rough & tumble hypnotic blues” songs like ‘Tell Your Mother' & 'Feel So Lonesome’. “...the sort of music found on Sun, Chess, Excello and obscure Chicago indie labels...” (Mojo magazine).

Check out a little bit of George here:

Bronagh X


Little George Sueref

Little George Sueref