Bands in the Ballroom #2 is back with a legendary artist...

On the last Friday of every month we get top bands to come and play at the ballroom. This month includes George Borowski and the Fabluous Wonderfuls, featuring Mora. No holds barred in their musical arena - impassioned performance, powerful lyrical content wrapped in haunting melodies which will pull up a chair at the hammer, the anvil and the stirrup and sit there for days!  With the John Angus Blues Band on support


Date:  Friday 26th July
Doors: 7:30PM

Tickets: £6 advance, £8 on the door from Bay Tree Books, Dukes Coffee Shop, Double 4 Records or online.
Please call 07493408726 for more information  

The Line-up


George Borowski & The Fabulous Wonderfuls

Over the years George's association with an ever-growing list of artistes as diverse as PIXIES MEATLOAF PAUL BRADY SAD CAFE THE WATER BOYS TEENAGE FANCLUB BONNIE RAITT RADIOHEAD the list goes on, has earned him the highest level of respect from those on the 'inside' whilst also being able to reach and appeal to those on the 'outside' with his rarefied combination of presence, performance and beautifully crafted words of art. Music with a message for all, delivered with a passion - George's songwriting winds it's way through pop, rock, country, blue suede tunes in true rock 'n roll style, socially aware masterpieces with haunting lyrics and those lump-in-the-throat power ballads which carry that definitive GB stamp.


...Featuring Mora

George's daughter joins him on stage  with her hearty vocals! 


John Angus Blues Band

Original blues rock to blow away your sins!

Cheshire band playing original blues rock material at blues rock venues and festivals. Their music is influenced by Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, Robert Johnson and the seventies genre of blues artists including The amazing Rory Gallagher, Johnny Winter and Paul Rodgers. 


 "I have never seen a rock 'n roll performer so completely connected with what he was doing on stage"

Frank Black - Pixies

   Great songs delivered with Pure Believable Passion" 

Tony Kirkham - Stereophonics 

 " It's been a privilege for me to have known and worked with George Borowski for the last ten years" 

Norman Blake - Teenage Fanclub 

 "A unique singer-songwriter with a righteous howl - George is one of the reasons I became a musician" 

Jimi Goodwin - Doves  

 "I have seen, many, many gigs and I have put on many, many great performers, but no one, absolutely no one can hold a room like George Borowski I was particularly pleased to learn from George, that amongst the many other wonderful things he's done, he played the opening guitar part on Teenage Fanclub's  ‘I Don't Want Control of You’ - one of my favourite summery melodic tunes ever."  Brad B. Wood – Cityscape Records

  "One of the most gifted singer/songwriters and natural performers I have ever seen" 

Mick Middles - Music Journalist/Author