Blues rock Larry Miller will be at 53 Degrees in Preston on Friday night.
The powerhouse legend is promoting his new album on this Live & Outlawed tour.
He holds the record for the most encores at The Cambridge Rock Festival and BBC Radio 2 broadcast his performance at The Great British R&B Festival live.
In a Classic Rock The Blues magazine readers’ poll, Larry Miller’s latest studio CD On The Edge, was voted third best, only beaten by Joe Bonamassa and Walter Trout.
Radio Caroline has called him “The new Gary Moore” and Guitar and Bass magazine finished a stunning album review with “Blues-rock brilliance”.
Larry will be playing songs from his latest critically acclaimed live double album Live & Outlawed in Preston along with songs from On The Edge and his back catalogue.
On the first day Larry Miller picked up a guitar he wrote his first ever song.
Larry says: “I just knew immediately this was what I was put on the planet for.
“For me, my moment of inspiration was seeing Rory Gallagher live.
“I had never experienced anything like it.
“So loud, so gloriously on the edge of total mayhem, yet Rory was still totally in control.
“How could I not do this too!
“Like Rory I’d work under my own name, with a band.
“I’d do all the writing, singing, producing, playing and leading.”
For tickets please call Action Records 01772 258809 or to buy online at www.53degrees.net .
For more information on Larry Miller visit: www.larrymiller.co.uk.