The Brixton bluesman, Errol Linton began busking on the London Underground twenty years ago, and it was there that he was discovered playing his harmonica by radio producer, John Walters. Since then he has had two albums released, and his third, Mama Said, is on the way. Featuring twelve songs about London life, a few tracks include 'Stressed Out', 'Roll On Tomorrow' and 'Hooked On Love'.
The award-winning artist will be taking centre stage at the Albany on the 13th September for the next Jump Jive and Shout Night. Influenced by his Jamaican roots and American blues legend, Sonny Boy Williamson, Linton and his Blues Vibe band also feature the sounds of New Orleans and 1950s Chicago.
The first set starts at 9.35pm and tickets cost £5 adults or £3 concessions. Resident DJ, Jeniffer Jackson will also be there spinning 1940s-50s rhythms.