The Sub Rooms Presents Generations of the Blues with legendary vocalist Terry Reid and global sensation Toby Lee.
Terry Reid is an English rock vocalist and guitarist. He started his career out in the Jaywalkers before branching out into a solo career and has supported The Rolling Stones, Jethro Tull and Fleetwood Mac to name a few.
Reid is acknowledged by Robert Plant as the outstanding voice of his generation and an influence on Led Zeppelin's early material and is credited by Jimmy Page for connecting him to Robert Plant. Terry’s songs have been wide covered with his early song "Rich Kid Blues" being covered by Marianne Faithfull in 1984. The UK artist Rumer recorded "Brave Awakening" on her Boys Don't Cry album in 2012 and appeared at his London shows at the Jazz Cafe and Half Moon. The Raconteurs with Jack White also recorded a version of Reid's "Rich Kid Blues" for their second album Consolers of the Lonely in 2008.
Toby Lee is an English guitarist from Oxfordshire and has appeared on the television shows Little Big Shots and Ellen Show, as well as starring in the musical School of Rock. At eight years old he taught himself how to play and became a global sensation after playing guitar at BB King's blues club in 2015 when he was just ten years old.
Joe Bonamassa has called Toby Lee "a future superstar of the blues".