Roger Hubbard is one of the major exponents of early blues and slide guitar. In the 60s he was playing the folk clubs and continuing an interest in country and delta blues, he started up his own acoustic blues club.
His first album “Brighton Belle Blues” was recorded in 1970 by Nick Perls for his U.S. label Blue Goose. Since then he’s been busy recording and writing songs and playing gigs solo and with his band.
“...he could be one of the most exciting acoustic guitarists to come along since John Fahey. Whatever he does, he has created in this record a sort of monument to the full flowing of white blues scholarship...” Timothy Ferris (editor to be) ROLLING STONE 1972