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The Keno Kings on stage. Picture: GARY DONNISON.

The Keno Kings on stage. Picture: GARY DONNISON.

The StowBlues Festival in Stowmarket may have enjoyed its best year yet, with more than 800 people attending for a taste of authentic Americana Blues.

Fans enjoy the music at the StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

Fans enjoy the music at the StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

The event returned on Saturday, June 10, for its seventh year, featuring a line-up of seven live bands, including singer-songwriter Paolo Morena, the Malaya Blues and StowBlues-favourites Back Porch.

Organised in conjunction with BBC Radio Suffolk, StowBlues takes place at the East Anglian Museum of Life in Stowmarket and supports the museum, which is a charity.

Chloe Brett, from the East Anglian Museum of Life, said: “It was fantastic. We were so lucky with the weather. All the bands went down really well.”

She added: “It’s looking like our best one yet.”

The Blues Spiders play the StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

The Blues Spiders play the StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.


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She estimated more than 800 people had turned out.

“It’s a great fundraiser for the museum and helps us to do the other work we do at the museum.”

Local favourites Back Porch close the show at StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

Local favourites Back Porch close the show at StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

Large crowds at the StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

Large crowds at the StowBlues Festival. Picture GARY DONNISON.

The Keno Kings drummer Dave Sparrow. Picture: GARY DONNISON.

The Keno Kings drummer Dave Sparrow. Picture: GARY DONNISON.

The Keno Kings vocalist Mick Alden. Picture GARY DONNISON.

The Keno Kings vocalist Mick Alden. Picture GARY DONNISON.

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