Porter

And The Winner Is…

Posted by on Jun 8, 2013

The Blue Angel Awards took place last night at Southend’s Preview and local hero Gary Porter was invited to present Best Act & Best Newcomer. Brett Puffett won Best Newcomer and the Best Act award went to Dave Woodcock on a night that saw live performance from a number of acts including guest artist The West Brothers. Gary even took to the stage himself to give the audience a solo...

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Porter to play Brentwood Festival

Posted by on May 4, 2013

Porter are set to kick off their Summer in style with a performance at the 2013 Brentwood in support of Help For Heroes which will features the likes of ‘rockney’ legends Chas & Dave, The Jam’s Bruce Foxton and Britain’s Got Talent runners up Loveable Rogues. This will be the first of a number of live Porter shows this summer which will see the band head to Leicester,...

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Porter speaks to Blues Matters!

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013

Following a very positive review of debut album ‘Can’t Keep Still’ describing the band as ‘sleazy and sophisticated’ and also ‘New Blood’ feature, Gary Porter took some time out from the studio recording the new Porter album ‘Stone Chucker’ to speak to Pete Sergeant from Blues Matters! magazine. The feature sees Gary talk to Pete at length...

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New song debut on BBC Cambridge session

Posted by on Jan 5, 2013

Porter made a triumphant return to BBC Cambridge with a session on Sue Marchant’s Big Night In featuring the tracks ‘Don’t Wanna Work No More’ from the album ‘Can’t Keep Still’ and new, bluesier number ‘Can’t See The Wood For The Trees’. We would like to thank Sue for having Porter in the studio and for all the support she has given the...

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Summer Saturday this weekend on BBC Essex

Posted by on Jul 4, 2012

Porter will be appearing on Mark Punter’s BBC Essex Summer Saturday show on July 7th 2012 where the band will be chatting to Mark about current activities and their new album ‘Can’t Keep Still’. Summer Saturday is on Saturday afternoon from 2-6pm, so be sure to tune in for an afternoon of music and fun. What better way to spend an inevitably rainy day? For those of you...

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