ONE OF THE BEST UNSIGNED ORIGINAL BLUES ROCK BANDS IN THE UK TODAY

  • The Idle Hands - Original Blues Rock

    DAVE ROBINSON | PHIL ALLEN | PAUL HEYDON | JAMIE BURNS

  • The Idle Hands - Original Blues Rock

    DAVE ROBINSON | PAUL HEYDON | PHIL ALLEN | JAMIE BURNS

  • The Idle Hands - Original Blues Rock

    DAVE ROBINSON | PAUL HEYDON | PHIL ALLEN | JAMIE BURNS


"Britain's best unsigned blues-rockers!"

CLASSIC ROCK BLUES MAGAZINE

Introducing The Band


  • Phil Allen-The Idle Hands

    Phil Allen

    Vocals
  • Dave Robinson-The Idle Hands

    Dave Robinson

    Guitars
  • Jamie Burns-The Idle Hands

    Jamie Burns

    Bass
  • Paul Heydon-The Idle Hands

    Paul Heydon

    Drums


About The Idle Hands


Championed as 'Britain’s best unsigned blues-rockers' by Classic Rock Blues magazine in September 2012, The Idle Hands have been steadily picking up numerous similar accolades from many other high profile publications, with such praise as 'a must see live' and 'not to be missed', whilst citing their cd's as 'guitar fireworks and impassioned vocal class' or acclaiming 'British blues doesn’t get much better than this'. Established in Chesterfield UK in 1989 by current members Dave Robinson (Guitar) & Jamie Burns (Bass), they were joined by Phil Allen (Vocals) in '94 and Paul Heydon (Drums) in 2008. With 6 high quality cd’s under their belts they present passionate, captivating live performances of raw original blues rock but with their own uniquely distinctive style and sound which is heavily influenced by the iconic Blues based bands and players within them; Led Zeppelin, Rory Gallagher and Hendrix to name a few.

  • The Idle Hands - Feeding the Machine
  • The Idle Hands - Ready For Business
  • The Idle Hands - All Night Sinnin
  • The Idle Hands - Box Set
  • The Idle Hands - Touch Of The Blues
  • The Idle Hands - Blues n Booze
  • The Idle Hands -The Devil Makes Work
  • The Idle Hands -Feels Like Blues

"Original, enthusiastic & passionate blues as interpreted by the likes of Led Zeppelin & the wider world is catching on to The Idle Hands"

R2 MAGAZINE


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