Mitch Laddie gave a powerhouse performance at his local debut, revealing him to be another of the young guitar slingers gracing the UK blues scene.
His lightning-fast guitar riffs were intensified by the heavy drumming of Lee Clifford and driving bass beat from Rhian Wilkinson.
Alternating between three guitars, Mitch quickly showed why he is a force to be reckoned with.
He played a mish-mash of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Hendrix songs, as well as tracks from his This Time Around CD.
He produced a heavy version of Marvin Gaye’s Inner City Blues which the audience greatly enjoyed.
Mitch has ably mastered Walter Trout’s trick of tweaking his volume knob to gain a violin effective sound.
But like all up-and-coming acts he needs a good original song to make it to the big time.