'60s R&B legends hit up the 100 Club
Contemporaries of the Rolling Stones and Yardbirds, the Downliners Sect was formed by deerstalker-hatted rhythm guitarist Don Craine in the spring of 1963. Their brash and exciting brand of R&B soon gained them a residency at London’s Studio 51 Club where they recorded their first EP At Nite In Great Newport Street. From their they went from strength to strength, gaining many fans who have achieved commercial success – including Van Morrison, David Bowie and Rod Stewart. Catch these '60s icons at the 100 club for a night of good old-fashioned rhythm and blues. Over 18s only. Valid ID is required.
"We were quite influenced by The Downliners Sect."