Jon Beedle's Electric Boogie Band.




The Music






The Press



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Formed as a four piece blues/rock band in 1988 by Jon Beedle: Guitar/Vocals, Jimmy Graham: Keyboards/Guitar, Pete Willsher: Bass, Ian Turner: Drums/Vocals. The band gigged the local pub circuit into the early 1990's & finally disbanded. Jon, Pete & Ian re-formed in 1999 to record 'The Inevitable' which was dedicated to Jimmy Graham, who sadly passed away in May of that year. The second cd 'Calm Before The Storm' again recorded at Audiolab Studio's Buckingham was released in 2001, with saxophonist Snake Davis (Lisa Stansfield, Jamiroquai, Pet Shop Boys etc) guesting on one track.

Ian Turner was replaced by David Brooks after leaving the band & they continued doing local pub gigs & the occasional festival, promoting both of the cd releases. The band finally broke up sometime in 2003, due to other musical commitments, with a final farewell gig at The Crown & Cushion in Great Gransden. This page is a dedication to 'The Boogie Band' over it's lifetime & to Mr of the UK's most versatile & great unsung guitar players.

The Music......


Someone Blew The Sun Out

(Sample Track)

Chainsaw Charlie

(Full Track)

Up The Wall

(Sample Track)

Over & Over

(Sample Track)

Blues Cruise

(Full Track)

Hit Me With Your Best Shot

(Sample Track)

On & On

(Sample Track)

U.K Jam

(Full Track)

Don't Rush Me

(Sample Track)

Dancing Together

(Sample Track)

Since You Been Gone

(Sample Track

Long Way Home

(Sample Track)


(Full Track)

  Do What You Want

(Sample Track)

The Inevitable

(Sample Track)

Calm Before The Storm

(Full Track)


Special Guest: Nigel Neill (Hammond Organ on The Inevitable)


Special Guests:


Snake Davis (Sax on Long Way Home)

Engineered by Nigel Neill - Produced by Jon Beedle & Nigel Neill

Jaqueline Gorman (Vocals on Hit Me With Your Best Shot)




Engineered by Nigel Neill


Produced by:

Jon Beedle, Pete Willsher & Ian Turner









Video Clips...........

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       Ely Lammas Festival 2001


The Press.............

"Jon Beedle's Electric Boogie Band is a classic 3 piece formation of Guitar, Bass & Drums. The poster for this event featurer...... Jimi Hendrix, which people had made remarks like "How did you get him at short notice" but as the evening developed the similarities became clear..."

"But, even though the hallowed ground of Glasters will have some great guitarists there I would be surprised if any got close to our mate 'Jon Beedle' unless Jeff Beck or Francis Dunnery was there..! "

"Just by listening to the band 'sound check'  you just knew you were in for a treat, and a treat it was."

"Jon Beedle's Boogie Band not only does exactly "what it says on the can" but they also play slow too, with Jon licking the fretboard of his guitar with passion and feeling."



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