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10th Anniversary Healing Time Taken from the album Healing Time recorded and released ten years ago in 2011.

Redbridge Music Lounge Presents

The Cranbrook Session

Sunday 14 November 11:00 – 3pm I'm on stage at 1PM

Attendance Free. (Please let me know if you’re coming as I

need to let the organisers know due to covid restrictions)

The Cranbrook Centre, Valentines Park

2 mins from Melbourne Road entrance IG1 4LF

If you can't be there in person you can watch the gig live at the this website via a stream, I'm on at 1pm at www.bestofthefest.uk

  Here's a live stream that I recorded a few weeks ago, with some lovely new and old songs, I hope you enjoy it.

New album Ascendance launched on Bandcamp

Bandcamp works to to help independent artists like me get their music out, for music lovers it's a great place to find music of high quality that suits your taste but might just sit outside the mainstream. This album is recorded solo acoustic, all the tracks were recorded in one complete take with no editing or overdubs and I would say it is one of the best I've produced. Due to Lockdown I've had a lot more time to work on the songs, the whole recording process and even the artwork. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. You can listen to the whole album for free now using this link to Bandcamp.

  Here's the title track from the new album Ascendance, please give it a like and subscribe to my YouTube channel to hear about future video uploads (remember to click the bell otherwise you won't receive notifications). The number of likes and subscribers on the channel really helps with gettings gigs too.
  New May Podcast on YouTube talking about the inspiration behind songs on my new album Ascendance.
  The Next Horizon taken from the album The Citadel available at Ayo Shop www.ayobamidele.com/Ayoshop.htm
New album Ascendance available on Bandcamp listen to the whole completely fro free or buy your CD or digital version for only £10

Stuck outside the mobile with this urban blues again - Tom Waits got answered, rootsy way.

Ayo Bamidele, the man behind the DELTA BLUE moniker, may be a Londoner but his African heritage shows, and it is the crux of the matter, of the where and the why this music feels so full of grace. So full of soul opened to the gloom of the city and light of hope in equal measures.

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