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Conrad Warre

Warre, was in a high-school band in London, with Paul Kossoff, of the band Free, toured Europe with the English Beat and the Joe Jackson Band. He migrated from London to New York where he became a regular performer at the legendary CBGB’s. In Boston, he assembled Bees Deluxe, to pay homage to the music he fell in love with while touring and playing legendary London clubs like the Rainbow Theatre, Ronnie Scott's, Dingwalls, The Music Machine and the Moonlight Club. The band define their genre of music as “acid blues” with a layer of modern ‘funked up’ jazz.

Bees Deluxe tour from Maine to Miami and as far west as the Cleveland House of Blues. The band has released several CD's and their music can be found on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify.

Warre also moonlights as a freelance music writer, publishing reviews, interviews and articles for Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine, Skope Magazine, Blues Blast Magazine, and wrote for Sounds, Melody Maker and Record Mirror in London, England.


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“...what might happen if Freddie King took a lot of acid then wrote a song with Pat Metheny and asked a strung- out Stevie Ray Vaughan to take a solo” — Blues Blast Magazine

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