Robert Finley At Union Chapel

Wednesday 6th November

The 70 years-young soul singer-songwriter brings his swaggering blues, soul and funk tales from the swamps of Louisiana to London.


Robert Finley played blues in juke joints and sang gospel in churches around the region, often mixing those two styles with southern soul, heavy rock, swamp pop, jazz, and anything else that crossed his mind. He’s since headlined shows with The Black Keys, Greta Van Fleet, Nathaniel Rateliff and many more.

His timeless tales of surviving alligators, love and betrayal, cements him as one of the last true bluesmen of his time.

Following a sold out show in our home last year, we proudly present the living legend at Union Chapel.

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