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Music, Sat 30 May 2020

The New Adelphi Club

The New Adelphi Club

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The Blues came calling first, but rock and roll was always waiting around the corner. When Chantel was eight years old, she was the youngest person in the UK to pass a Rock school exam. At 12, she was jamming in her native Bradford and evolving into a gifted musician. A female guitar prodigy, at fourteen Chantel was told by major labels that she had a "great voice, but girls don't play guitar like that!" Wisely ignoring the comments, she enrolled at the Leeds College of Music and became the first student in the college’s history, to achieve a 100% pass mark, with 18 distinctions. Chantel left with a First Class Honours degree in Popular Music and a coveted prize, for outstanding musicianship. In previous years, Chantel stepped out in the pro-musician world and her stunning live performances demonstrated that she had the ability to perform rock blues for the new age, played by a musician born with an effortless virtuosity. Since then, she has built a loyal and growing fan base who follow her every move. When Chantel released her 2011 debut album, Like No Other, one critic said: "Chantel McGregor deserves to be held up as a messiah of blues-rock and given her own mountain. She doesn't strum or pick her guitar but almost bends and distorts it, as if she's channelling the ghost of Hendrix through her fingers." When asked about performing on stage, Chantel said; "Playing live to great audiences is one of the most wonderful feelings, I feel lucky to be able to do something that I love, see the world and bring happiness to others through my music." If you measure an artist’s prospects by the company they keep, then Chantel has been moving in the right direction. Early in her career, Chantel was invited to perform with Joe Bonamassa, on two of his UK tours. On song writing, Chantel says, "I really enjoy creating my own songs, it's a fantastic way of being able to say what I wouldn’t normally say in everyday life and getting my feelings out, writing for me is very therapeutic" In 2014, Chantel was voted by the British Blues Awards as Guitarist of the Year for the second consecutive year. Winning five awards in the last three years (including Young Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year) in competition with highly regarded peers, is something to be extremely proud of. It was a refreshing change and a justifiable first in the history of the British Blues Awards that a female artist had been voted Guitarist of the Year. Support comes from local talents C.F. Boneslum, sounding loosely like a Street quartet of musicians Carl plays 4 instruments at once, A bass pedal (made up of old piano hammers and bass guitar strings) with his right foot, A snare drum with his left foot, a hung harmonica and acoustic guitar. Armed with this he goes about troubadour alike exploring the rootsy end of the pop spectrum and playing in a long line of tradition with songs passed down from country blues to folk.

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Sat 30 May 2020

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89 De Grey Street,
Hull,
HU5 2RU

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Map reference: TA 084308  Lat: 53.76228 Long: -0.35709

Accessible by Public Transport: 3 miles from Hull station

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