Friday March 23rd and Saturday March 24th — 8pm to 11pm
Tim Woodcock is what is known in musical circles as a “triple threat“ because of
his extraordinary blues guitar, classic Chicago-style blues harmonica and
powerful vocal stylings.
Born in Brantford, Ontario in October 17, 1952, Tim has been living and playing
blues music in the London Ont. area for over 30 years. During the 70’s and 80’s
when other musicians were playing disco and top 40, Tim was busy honing his
skills with bands like The Little Boy Blues Band and T.W. & The All Stars. He has
backed up many blues luminaries such as Hock Walsh (Downchild Blues Band ),
Hubert Sumlin ( Howlin’ Wolf’s guitarist ) , harmonica great Michael Pickett and
local blues diva Cheryl Lescom. Tim and Cheryl have worked together since the
early 1980’s .
Tim continues to perform at a consistently high level and in 2009 was chosen to
compete at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tenn. representing the
Great Lakes Blues Society. He also received the Jack Richardson Music Award
for best Blues and R & B artist in London Ont. in 2009, 2011 and 2016. Tim was
personally chosen to perform the opening set for George Thorogood and The
Destroyers at Centennial Hall in February 2009.
Sunday March 25th at 5:30pm
Location: London Wine Bar Wortley Village
175 Wortley Road
Join us for an evening of great food, wine, and a little bit of competition between London Wine Bar chefs!
The evening will consist of:
– 5 delicious courses presented by each chef.
– An interactive wine pairing for each course.
– Each dish will be rated by the guests in attendance.
– The winning chef will get a cash prize as well as bragging rights among London Wine Bar chefs.