Mumbo Jumbo's BBC Introducing session in Upton

Our last recording session of 2012 took place on the first Sunday in December at Lizzie's Boathouse in Upton-upon-Severn.

The whole event was very much in the air leading up to the gig as the River Severn had burst its banks and was giving the new flood defences a good run for their money.

Luckily the venue was well protected - but many of the roads had been shut during the week.

As the river levels finally dropped, we celebrated with a free gig involving some of favourite musicians right now.

Mumbo-Jumbo are a group of Worcester musicians from the blues and roots scene coming together to create a laid back, close harmony, piano-based sound infused with a sense of humour.

Nominated in the Best Original Song Category of the British Blues Awards 2012 for Nice Work, they're now regulars on the blues and acoustic festival circuits.

With more than 5,000 gigs across the UK and Europe between them, these three individuals bring their individual style of writing and performing to an ever growing fanbase.

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