Sugar Boy and the Sinners

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Sugar Boy and the Sinners is a Dutch band from South-Holland. The band is formed by brothers Vinnie and Ronnie Guerin in 2010, together with Boy Vielvoye and the Frankie Duindam. In their first years the band focused mainly on Blues, but more recently the band is inspired by old school Soul, Rock ‘n Roll and Funk.

Biography[edit]

After making a name for themselves in the local blues circuit, Sugar Boy and the Sinners acquired nationwide attention by playing famous festivals such as Moulin Blues and Breda Jazz.

Another important stepping stone was the band’s victory at the Dutch Blues Challenge 2012. As a result, Sugar Boy and the Sinners represented the Netherlands at the European Blues Challenge in Toulouse (3rd place out of 19) and the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, United States (making it to the semi-finals).[1]

Currently the band is touring throughout Europe in countries such as Belgium, Germany, France and Italy. Their debut album was released at the Paradiso in Amsterdam on February 7, 2014.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album Release Date
All You Can Eat 7 February 2014

Singles[edit]

Singles Release Date
Third Round of Gin 22 November 2013
High Roller 9 January 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boudier, Patrick Struijker (19 March 2013). "Interview: Sugar Boy and the Sinners". Blues Magazine. Retrieved 19 November 2013. 

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