Roy Mack - "Bionic" Bluesman!

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It's time for me to make the announcement that I never imagined I would....

I have retired!

After 55 years (and millions of miles) I feel that the time is right for me to "hang up my guitar(s)".

I would like to pay tribute to the great musicians that it has been my honour, and pleasure ,to work with.

I would also like to thank all those who have given me, and my colleagues in various bands, such valuable support over the years, especially in the early days of "The Renegades".  Who would have thought, when  we first stepped onto the stage on 4th May 1959, that  nearly 55years later three of the five of us would still be performing. That three is now two!

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The  term  "Bionic Bluesman"  was coined by WUWM (Milwaukee) radio presenter Jim Glynn when introducing Roy to former Fleetwood Mac legend , Peter Green. Don't let the name mislead you though, as Roy "specialises"  in Rock'nRoll, Instrumentals, hits of the Fifties & Sixties, as well as Blues!

Roy Mack has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as a musician.
His distinctive style delights and amazes audiences in both  Britain and the U. S. A.

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Was voted U.K. Entertainer of the Year – 1996

 

Has performed at “Welsh-Fest U.S.A.”  in Los Angeles.

 

Was made an Honorary Citizen of Buddy Holly’s home town, Lubbock, Texas, in recognition of his work for the 9/11 Fund

 

Headlined the “Shades of Blues” Festival in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

 

Has appeared live on T.V. & Radio in both the U.K. & the U.S.A.

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The track playing is "You Don't Answer".

For further information e-mail: roy@roymack.co.uk

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