Chronic Blues Circus - Live (Jazz)
Take5, Indiranagar

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The Chronic Blues Circus comprises of:
Miriam John - vocals, harp, guitar,
Sudhakar Prabhu - Drums
Raveen Pandey- Keyboard, vocals
Mukut - vocals, Keys
Sangeeta - Bass
and Peter Isaac on vocals, guitar, harps and saxophone.

They are best known for their original music; a natural, clean sound and powerful vocals combined with their unique arrangements. They are probably the only Blues band around with four lead vocalists, who have completely different styles which reflects on the overall sound of the band.

The Band usually plays its own compositions with a few tributes to some of the Blues masters who have influenced them - mostly white blues musicians and bands - like John Mayall, Paul Butter field, The Climax Blues Band, Canned Heat, Cream, Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers band, JJ Kale, The Band, Guess Who, Big Brother and The Holding Company and a few black greats like Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Howling’ Wolf and Robert Johnson.
Woman, Sweet Nicotine, Prime time News 95 and Restless Woman are some of their early compositions

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