Redhouse are a Bristol based trio comprising Mark Clark on Bass Guitar & Electric Stand-up Bass, Jamie 'Dubsey' Ward on Guitars and vocals, and Steve Buck on Drums and Vocals.

Redhouse perform a mixture of Blues, Rock'n'Roll and Rockabilly. Formed in April 2010 (with guitarist Rich Bulgin-who left in 2014), this powerful trio have become one of the busiest bands on the Bristol circuit.

Redhouse eclectic sets range from 1940's Jump Blues, through to Rock'n'Roll & Rockabilly, and on into Rhythm and Blues. A solid Rhythm section back up an incredibly versatile guitarist with the band being 'fronted' by the singing drummer.

"Thank you Redhouse you were fantastic!!! X" Tracey

"'Redhouse', I have the biggest soft spot for these Bristol bad boys, ALWAYS a good night!!! xxxx" Rockabilly Red

"I advise everyone to catch this band live, they are simply awesome." Daz Capaldi

"I have seen this band over 50 times, and they never fail to impress." Chris Downie

"If you like your music, go and see Redhouse. You WILL enjoy it, I know I did." Rob Parfect

"Brilliant nite. Redhouse rocked. Great music, friends and The Trout Atmosphere made my Birthday. Loved it. Thanks again guys, catch up with you soon." Rachel Taylor


A typical Redhouse set list

Riot in cell block no 9 - The Robins / Shake your money maker - Elmore James / Hard to handle - Otis Redding / C'mon everybody - Eddie Cochran / White lightning - The big bopper / Jeanie, Jeanie, Jeanie - Eddie Cochran / Shakin' all over - Johnny Kidd & The Pirates / Fishnet stockings - The Stray Cats / Brand new Cadillac - Vince Taylor & his Playboys / Stray Cat strut - The Stray Cats / Blue suede shoes - Carl Perkins / Gal from Kokomo - Roy Brown / Redhouse - Jimi Hendrix / Can't judge a book by the cover - Bo Diddley / That'll be the day - Buddy Holly / Dust my broom - Elmore James / Jumpin' Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones

Pretty stockings blues - Redhouse / Rock'n'Roll medley - Little Richard & Jerry Lee Lewis / Looking back - Johnny "Guitar" Watson / Train kept rolling - Johnny Burnette & the Rock'n'Roll Trio / Long black shiny car - Restless / Fulsom prison blues - Johnny Cash / 20 Flight Rock - Eddie Cochran / Rock this town - The Stray Cats / Crawl up & die - The Stray Cats / Another brick in the wall - Pink Floyd / What part of f*** off don't you understand? - The Long Tall Texans / Need your love so bad - Little Willy John / Wooly Bully - Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs / All day & all of the night - The Kinks / Honky Tonk women - The Rolling Stones / Something else - Eddie Cochran / Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry / Howling at my baby - Howling Wolf