A founder member of The Blues Band, Dave Kelly, is on tour with folk star Christine Collister.

And the good news is, they have a stop at Worcester’s Huntingdon Hall.

A spokesman said: “Dave Kelly a stalwart of the British Blues Scene, having cut his teeth in the backing bands of Howlin Wolf and John Lee Hooker as well as playing with Buddy Guy, Son House & Muddy Waters, has 15 albums to his credit, either solo or with his own Dave Kelly Band

Christine Collister came to prominence originally in the UK folk scene in the eighties, singing the title song for the BBC drama series ‘Life & Loves Of A She Devil’. She was in Richard Thompson’s touring Band 85’-’88 as vocalist and acoustic guitarist.’84-’90 saw 5 acclaimed albums with Clive Gregson with many, varied and successful collaborations since: Daphne’s Flight; Hell Bent Heaven Bound; Wild Honey Orchestra; Iain Matthews; Loudon Wainwright III; solo and duo work with a further 15 albums and counting!”

The spokesman added: “Christine and Dave recorded a session for The Paul Jones Radio Two show in 1994. A fan recently gave Dave a copy of that recording. Dave thought it sounded great and forwarded a copy to Christine. They decided to get together again and do some more shows.

“Their material is drawn from both their musical backgrounds, but mainly covering songs which they both love but have not previously had an opportunity to perform, within their usual formats.

“There are some soul standards and country songs, as well as rock, folk and blues.”

The date for the diary is May 30.

Tickets: 01905 611427.