BOOGIE-TASTIC blues band Bad Luck ‘n’ Trouble return to Behind the Wall tomorrow (Friday) night to rock the rafters and please the punters.
The Grangemouth/Stirling/Alloa combo, which features the talents of blues veterans Bruce Tait (vocals/bass), Iain Moffat (guitar), Scot Docherty (drums/vocals) and Marty Blank (guitar/vocals), played the Melville Street venue last September - their second ever gig - and went down better than the Scotland team did that night.
Now the band that opens a sonic portal to blues rock-drenched deities like ZZ Top and Doctor Feelgood has pledged to make Friday night’s gig their best yet.
Guitarist Marty said: “Our playing is tighter than Family Guy Peter Griffin’s waistband. We play proud, loud and righteous blues anywhere we plug in - whether it’s in front of six-foot chickens, pub-dwelling pirates and saucy Snow Whites at a Halloween party in Stirling’s Linden Inn or a couple of totally bemused billiards players at a natural disaster of a gig just before Christmas in Laurieston.”
After a sabbatical in February the band are set to hit Glasgow for the first time with a charity gig at Pivo Pivo on Saturday, March 19.
BLT do BTW after 9 p.m.