Problem Child @ Infinity Live
Sep 29 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Problem Child @ Infinity Live | England | United Kingdom
Problem Child are a new English working class punk band from Stoke On Trent who feature amongst their ranks Wolf Bites Boy drummer Paul Hankey. They’re a trio and the line up is rounded out by Live Wires’ vocalist & rhythm guitarist John Barks and ex Dom Morgan bassist Tom Mollatt.
Automatic Annie @ Infinity Live
Sep 30 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Automatic Annie @ Infinity Live | England | United Kingdom

If you like hoodoo harmonica and electric blues,
Automatic Annie is the blues band for you.

Their combined musical experience
is a genuine vintage number.

Jump on This Train and get your Mojo Working. ​
Enjoy the ride with Automatic Annie and their electric blues machine.
All Aboard!

Rain @ Infinity Live
Sep 30 @ 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Rain @ Infinity Live | England | United Kingdom

Rain can be described as many things. They are dynamic, diverse and deliberate, with thoughtful lyrics, insightful melodies and theatrical guitar woven together from the strands of life’s experiences into a cloth of many colours.
Rain deliver a wide range of cover songs and original material.

Bad Soul Buskers @ Infinity Live
Sep 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Bad Soul Buskers @ Infinity Live | England | United Kingdom

This four piece outfit are guaranteed to get people on their feet and keep them there! Drawing from a repertoire of Soul and Blues classics, this will be sure to fill the dance floor at Infinity Live.

Randall’s Stone @ Infinity Live
Sep 30 @ 7:45 pm – 8:30 pm
Randall's Stone @ Infinity Live | England | United Kingdom

All home-grown acoustic blues to folk via Americana. Line-up may include any passing mates…

Tom Attah & Mat Walklate @ Infinity Live
Sep 30 @ 8:30 pm – 10:15 pm
Tom Attah & Mat Walklate @ Infinity Live | England | United Kingdom

With Mat Walklate (Harmonica) Bo Lee (Bass)
Dr Tom Attah is a practising musician, and Popular Music Course Leader at Leeds College of Art and Design. His Ph.D. was awarded by University of Salford. His research interests include the effects of technology on popular music, particularly blues music and blues culture.

Tom’s teaching and blues advocacy includes workshops, seminars, lectures and recitals delivered to learning institutions in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. Before being appointed to LCA, Tom taught undergraduate modules at University of Salford and BIMM Manchester.

As a guitarist and singer, Tom performs solo, with an acoustic duo and as part of an electric band. Tom’s solo acoustic work includes his own original Blues compositions and has led to performances at major music festivals around Europe, including major stages at the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, the Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, and Blues Autour Du Zinc. Tom’s multiple national radio appearances include performances and documentaries for BBC Radio 4.

Tom’s journalistic writing is regularly featured in specialist music publications including Blues In Britain magazine, and his original research papers and book reviews are published in several international peer-reviewed journals.