Upcoming live shows

After our busiest and most successful year, Craig has decided to take a break from live performances. The King Biscuit Boys will be honouring existing commitments, but will not be taking bookings for the foreseeable future. Unless it's just so good, he cannot resist.

Sat 4th Jan - Southgate Inn, Devizes
Tues 14th Jan - Tuesday Bluesday Special. We will be joined at The Bletchley Blues Club by Refrazzled and Lee Signey. See more at www.bletchleybluesclub.uk 
Sat 22nd Feb - The Star, Dorking (9pm start)

Sun 23rd Feb - Strugglers, Lincoln  (Jonathan solo - 5pm start)
Sun 12th Apr - The Elm Tree, Cambridge (Jonathan solo - 8pm start)
Sat May 9th - Private Party
Fri May 22nd - Hinkley ACT (supporting Lucy Ward) 
Fri July 10th - Private Party
Mon 13h July - Rose & Crown, Oundle (Jonathan solo as part of a Blues Night)
Sat 25th July - Farmers Arms, West Hatch, Nr Taunton (Jonathan with Matt Timms from Haney's Big House. It's a 2:30pm start)
Sun 13th Sept - Elm Tree, Cambridge (Jonathan solo - 8pm start)
Sun 13th Sept - The Elm Tree, Cambridge (Jonathan solo - 8pm start)

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A recent quote after a gig.
We were going to see the 'Queen Film' and dropped into the bar to have a drink first. We heard you and decided to stay for the rest of the evening. We didn't regret it!

A recent festival review.
The King Biscuit Boys, it's not unfair to say, look the least likely of outfits. But it's all about the music, and lovers of blues. Jonathan Townsend plays guitar and sings in a lovely gruff style. Craig Stocker blows a mean harp, but he also hits things like a washboard and the spoons. These lads are the real seal, and it's my kind of vibe. It was standing room only as the Boys played a set of great blues classics. It was a coup for Buckfest to get the King Biscuit Boys and the appreciative crowd loved it. And I think the sound crew were in their element too.

Upton Blues Festival, a multi-award winning event takes over the lovely riverside Worcestershire town of Upton -on-Severn with 20 to 25,000 people. Three main stages and nine pub venues or a cruise up river. 140+ gigs over the weekend with all the music FREE! Great camping facilities and the friendliest atmosphere. From electric blues, blues based rock to acoustic blues. www.uptonbluesfestival.com

The King Biscuit Boys opened the Acoustic Stage.

"Much more entertaining than the videos suggested" - June 2018
Awesome innovative gig at The Labour Club guys...I am now a big fan - July 2017.
Saw you at The 3 Wise Monkeys Saturday night and I have to say I was well impressed. Early blues is right up my street. I wish more people would take the time  in delving into the past and giving it a listen. Keep it up you have a great sound.
From our appearance at Twinfest, Northampton. The two piece play through an array of musical styles, with an even bigger array of musical instruments and keep the audience completely engrossed throughout - 2017.