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Welcome to the Website for The Mid Wales Rhythm & Blues club supporting live rhythm & blues in Mid Wales. A monthly Blues club promoting the best of contemporary blues, from traditionally acoustic to mashed up nu-blues and everything between. It is a live club with flair and atmosphere
Proud Sponsors of Wales Blues Artist of the year 2018 at the UK Blues Awards
The Muse at Brecon, a new arts and community venue based at the Old Museum in Brecon Town Centre.
Built in 1837 as a Congregationalist Chapel, the building later became the town museum. Now privately owned, we want it to be used again to inspire, entertain, educate and amuse.
The Mid Wales R&B Club was started by Chris and Cath Rogers in 2014 and started in pubs around Powys’ but soon moved to Rhayader in 2015 at CARAD until the end of 2016 and in 2017 The MUSE Brecon .
The Mid Wales R&B Club is currently run by a small but perfectly formed team. Chris started the club with Cath then Angus Kings and Ian keddle, Jonathon Morris as a way to bring together people as passionate about Blues as they were Since then, the club has grown increasingly in size and popularity, with the monthly gigs selling out and Blues artists from far and wide wanting to play.
KAZ HAWKINS 29th Sept at the Muse Brecon £12
Kaz Hawkins UK TOUR “My Life And I” with special guest Sam York - SEPTEMBER 2018Multi award winning singer songwriter Kaz Hawkins has now relaunched as a solo artist with her sell out theatre show My Life And I Show. An intimate and personal show about her life in song that has been a sell out with audiences across Ireland/Northern Ireland now being introduced to the powerful, emotive new direction of a woman who owes being alive to the music she now performs.Kaz says; “I am on a musical mental health mission because I want people to know that there is hope in music”. An artist that truly connects with her audience on a personal level & Northern Ireland's very own Soul Superstar! “One of Northern Ireland’s musical treasures & one powerful woman” Ralph McLean BBC