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Innes Sibun


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Getting About:

Just been to Russia and Bosnia and had a great time, now looking forward to Spain in December and Texas in May, Check the gig guied.



Italian Line up!!

For Jan'14 Gigs in Italy, Innes will be accopanied by musicians:

Alberto Gurrisi on Hammond organ

Matteo Sodini on drums.



Earbits Online Radio:

"Listen to us on earbits free online radio" http://www.earbits.com/



Last Album "Lost in the wilderness"

released on Blues boulevard





The Band


Jon Buckett on hammond organ & piano,

Kevin O'Rourke on drums

Steve Hall on bass guitar

Innes Sibun on guitar, vocals & mandolin.


"Innes Sibun is the best sort of musician: overflowing with ideas and energy sure, but drawing on a deep wellspring of feeling thats undeniable and immediately infectious"

- Classic rock the blues magazine


"Probably the best blues you'll hear all year"

- Total guitar magazine


"He's toured the USA in Robert Plant's band, topped major festivals across Europe with his own band, and is one of the finest electric blues guitarists in the UK. So why isn't Innes Sibun famous ? Answers on a postcard ....."

- Venue magazine


"There are moments of quite exquisite beauty here...should be filed under EXCELLENT "

- Paul Lewis, Blueprint magazine review of "East monroe"


"National treasure status awaits"

- Classic rock magazine.

Latest News:  



New Alburn Ready!!

The new album "Blues transfusion" comes out on monday 23rd March - on Blues boulevard records."


Here's a taster: Blues for Sherman

Carnegie Hall


Lead Belly Fest


Launched in 2015 at Royal Albert Hall, Lead Belly Fest brings a tribute concert to Carnegie Hall, site of Lead Belly's last performance in 1949. Highlights include five-time Grammy Award-winner Buddy Guy, Eric Burdon of The Animals singing "House of the Rising Sun," and Tom Paley, who played with Lead Belly in 1949. The concert supports the Association to Benefit Children and Project ALS.



Innes is teaming up with Sari Schorr

-  for a very special performance -



Latest NewsFlash - Thurs 4th Feb