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KISTEnBLUES

A feast for all Clapton and slide guitar fans - everyone is looking forward to a reunion, but even more to hearing the Canadian blues guitarist again at the KISTE!


Cliff Stevens is an award-winning blues guitarist from Montreal, Canada. He is a crowd-pleasing, high-energy guitarist who plays in the style of Eric Clapton, Freddie King and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Cliff began playing guitar professionally about 35 years ago. During that time, he played as a sideman in several bands. "Clapton was just jamming one night and I was blown away," Stevens says of a Cream concert he attended in Montreal in 1968.

"Then I saw Johnny Winter in 1970 and internalized every lick I could memorize."

When the Cliff Stevens Band toured Europe in 2014 in support of Wishbone Ash, they played 33 cities in five countries from January to February and gained many new enthusiastic fans. Cliff Stevens the head of the band, who looks like Clapton by mistake amazes every time with his incredible guitar playing. His great voice and interaction with the audience make him an absolute crowd favorite. The rest of the band is no slouch either: they bring such energy to the stage from start to finish that you forget it's just a tribute band.

A part of his concert is of course dedicated to his idol Eric Clapton. Starting with the psychedelic days Creams, through their classic rock á la Layla, the hits of the 70s and 80s to the bluesy acoustic. From the Cradle album to material from more recent releases: S L O W H A N D simply convinces. As close to the original as possible, they bring the music back to life, the music of the best guitarist of all time: ERIC CLAPTON, performed by the best Eric Clapton impersonator ever: Cliff Stevens.

A great guitarist who sings the blues with a voice of experience hardened by the road - an absolute must!

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Participating artists
Cliff Stevens Band
Dates
May 2024
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