Henry’s Blueshouse moves from The Bulls Head to Blue Piano

Sadly, as many of you know, last Tuesday was the last Henry’s Blueshouse session to take place at The Bulls Head. The room was terrific, so were the drinks and food offers and pub manager, Harry Higgs and his team were terrific, nothing less.

There was no warning, I was informed the morning after the last session, which featured the Lol Goodman Band, that the  pub had been sold and the keys were handed over to the new owners last Friday.

While we gather ourselves for the next step, THE BLUE PIANO bar has stepped in and offered to host tomorrow’s session and more long-term future plans will then be discussed.

The Blue Piano is around 500 yards away from The Bulls Head, there are two car parks close by as well as on-street parking. It’s adjacent to The Hagley Road, more-or-less behind Morrisons and is well-served by buses and a few minutes walk from Five Ways train station.

1st February SUNJAYDerby-born, Stourbridge-based, Sunjay was inspired to learn guitar by watching ‘The Day The Music Dies’, the Buddy Holly documentary, when he was four years old and he’s been playing ever since.He studied music at Kidderminster College, in 2012 was a finalist in the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards, won The Young Performers Award at the Wath Festival of the same year and was a winner at the New Roots competition in St.

Albans. He has been nominated three times at The Exposure Music Awards and nominated in the Young Artists category of The British Blues Awards.Among the hundreds of tour dates he has played, Sunjay has supported Steeleye Span, Martin Simpson, Passenger and Terry Reid, he has released seven albums.

For more blues stories, playlists, videos and details of upcoming gigs, head over to the Henry’s Blueshouse website.