Dennis was up in London in a traffic jam on the Mile End Road when he looked up and saw a sign saying Eric Street.That was it, the name of the band.
Dennis met Neil when The Southside Blues Band went in to No Machine Studios to record some demos. Dennis asked Neil if he would help him produce a song as a tribute to a man who had helped the band.
The association didn't stop at one song and with three albums under his belt and spending most of his time in the studio, Dennis thought it best to disband The Southside Blues Band.
With similar musical tastes, Dennis and Neil decided to get some like-minded musicians together to play some of their favourite blues songs.They decided to get some gigs and as an experiment record one of them just to see what it sounded like. It turned out so well that they decided to release an album of the material.
The Route To the Blues followed this as the bands first studio album, acclaimed by Blues Matters magazine as " mature, polished and well produced."
The next album, "The Journey" received great reviews, Blues in Britain said,"The Journey is a masterpiece of punchy, tobacco stained blues rock."
Their third studio album "The Drifter" has just been completed (June 12 2010)