The UK’s premier blues vocalist backed by The Right Time – sizzling guitars, sensuous sax, virtuosic harmonica and one of the finest rhythm sections around! 

Multi–award winning vocalist Earl Green has been a fixture on the blues scene for more than 25 years, including stints as founding member of Otis Grand and The Dance Kings, vocalist for Paul Lamb and The Kingsnakes and an illustrious solo career with eponymous albums. He has graced stages all over the world and shared bills with blues luminaries of the stature of BB King and Robert Cray. With The Right Time he is front and centre stage and given free rein to express his soulful blues voice.

Whether he’s performing or recording with the likes of Jools Holland, Dr John, Van Morrison, Joe Cocker or Joe Louis Walker, Mike Paice has earned a reputation as one of the UK’s leading rhythm and blues saxophonists. Equally adept on harmonica, Mike makes every Right Time show a musical event.

The Right Time’s guitarists, Les Back and Ron Warshow, have played music together for close to 30 years, which explains the symbiotic relationship they enjoy on stage; their “guitar weaving” is a distinctive feature of the band’s performances. Les Back’s playing summons both the raw passion of Elmore James and the jazz subtlety of T Bone Walker. Ron Warshow used his years of experience as a recording engineer/producer to mix and master the Live at Bronte Blues Club CD, faithfully recreating the excitement generated on the night.

Daniel Strittmatter on drums is the driving force of The Right Time’s shows. Having toured the blues circuit with Otis Grand and Paul Lamb and with a W C Handy award to his name for his contribution to Guitar Shorty’s album My Way or the Highway, he knows how to drum the blues with succinctness and power. Emil Engström is one of the most in-demand bass players on the blues circuit. He is a gifted player, capable of being both solid whilst also fluid and expressive. Laying the foundation for the band’s soloists to build on, Emil Engström has combined with Daniel Strittmatter to create one of the most dynamic rhythm sections on the UK blues scene.