The brilliant Bernie Marsden will continue his love affair with all things HRH after bagging the co-headline slot at next year’s blues weekender.
The Whitesnake founder wrapped up a stellar set at the HRH Ibiza Road Trio earlier this month.
And Marsden will be back at HRH Blues IV when the 2018 event kicks off in Sheffield next April.
The singer songwriter shares headline duties with King King. The Alan Nimmo-fronted project were forced to cancel their HRH Blues III set when the band’s main man fell ill.
And next year’s event represents the perfect opportunity for King King to prove their enduring class on the back of a string of critically acclaimed UK headline shows this spring.
The Pat McManus Band and Steve Nimmo (brother of Alan) join Marsden and King King on another stellar O2 Academy Sheffield bill.
And more names confirmed for HRH IV include Sari Schorr, Danny Bryant and Bonafide frontman Pontus Snibb.
HRH Blues brings together a like-minded community with a common love of blues rock and stages a 48-hour party in the heart of the Steel City.
All of the HRH-approved hotels are on the doorstep of the O2 Academy and the last 76 rooms are available now.
Call Sam on 0207 1931307 for details.
HRH Blues IV line-up:
Pat McManus Band
Pontus Snibb’s “Wreck of Blues”
The Danny Giles Band
Jim Kirkpatrick & Heavy Weather
Sugarman Sam and the Voodoo Men
Brian Rawson Band
The Della Grants
Kris Barras Band
Tom Killner Band
The Black Thunder Revue