Never having played together they pooled there knowledge of the blues to create a set for that evening...it went down rather well.
Bursting with enthusiasm, three of those young scallywags went on to form The Bone (like Spinal Tap they have had a few drummers), finally cementing the lineup in 2008.
There unique twin guitar sound brings together the early feel of the blues pioneers, with 60's licks and a modern funk twist.
Without blowing their own trumpet The Grapevine said:
One of the best blues bands to emerge in our region. Black Cat Bone haven't attempted to re-invent the wheel. Instead they've stamped their authority on a selection of blues chestnuts. It's not hard to hear why this four piece are going down a storm in pubs. Their twin guitar approach brings fresh impetus to material made famous by Muddy Waters, Albert King, Freddie King and Elmore James among many others. Black Cat Bone are a welcome addition to East Anglia's Blues Scene....which was nice.
Stripped to the Bone
A new venture for The Bone.....Stripped to the Bone. Due to popular demand and smaller venues wanting to book the band, The Bone are now going out with the new acoustic set. The Bone can now accommodate any venue or function, from 2 - 4 man acoustic set to the full electric Bone experience, you can have a piece of The Bone.