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Aynsley scoops “Guitarist of the Year” Award at this year’s BBAs!

Thanks to all who nominated and voted in this year's British Blues Awards! Aynsley came home winner of "Guitarist of the Year" and first runner up in "Male Vocalist of the Year". Drummer Wayne Proctor, who played on Aynsley's latest album 'Home' also won "Drummer of the Year" for the third time in a row, putting him straight into the hall of fame.

Congratulations to everyone else involved, both those nominated and winners and special thanks to those who take part in the organisation and nomination panels for all the work that goes into them!

More on the BBAs can be found on their website.

VIDEO: Blues na Świecie Festival “Big Band”

Click here to watch a three song clip from Aynsley's "Big Band" concert at the Blues na Świecie Festival in Poland.

The show features an awesome 10 piece line up as follows: Steve Amadeo (bass), Boneto Dryden (drums), André Bassing (piano), Bennett Holland (hammond organ), Chris Aldridge (saxophone), Bryan Corbett (trumpet), Dale Gibson (trombone), Lindsay Jenkins (backing vocals), Shelley Trevelyan (backing vocals)

British Blues Awards 2015: Aynsley receives two nominations!

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Public voting has started in the 2015 British Blues Awards. Aynsley is extremely proud to announce that he's once again been nominated in the awards in the "Male Vocals" and "Guitarist of the Year" categories. Thanks to all those who have nominated and those of you who have already voted!

Voting will close on 31st August 2015.

Aynsley guests on new album from The Mentulls!

"Reflections" is the stunning new album from The Mentulls, released on July 10th. Aynsley was kindly invited to play a guest spot on this album and features on "Time to Focus". The album is a superb third release from Andrew, Jamie and Nick, brilliantly produced at Superfly Studios by Wayne Proctor.

Pete Feenstra reviews the album...

"Andrew Pipe teams up impressively with guest guitarist Aynsley Lister on ‘Time To Focus’, an unadulterated, twin guitar-led homage to Wishbone Ash (with perhaps a half pun on the band Focus). It’s so good you could imagine both Andy Powell and Martin Turner would love to have written the two-part anthem, with outstanding guitar lines that so clearly evoke both the band and the prog rock era."

Read the full review here.

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