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Sons of Cream

Tue 30 Jul 2024 from 21:00pm in The Main Club

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Member Ticket Only – £20

Non-Member Ticket Only – £25

Member + Dining Ticket – £55

Non-Member +Dining Ticket – £60 

The Concorde Hotel Deal - Dinner Bed & Breakfast plus tickets for 2 just £189 per couple

The Village Hotel Deal - Tickets & Dining for 2 at The Concorde plus overnight accommodation with breakfast at The Village just £219 per couple

(The Village is located 5 minutes away and offers free parking plus complimentary use of their gym and swimming pool facilities - Taxi transfers are NOT included)

Over 18s Only

Doors open 7pm

On stage at 9pm 


KOFI BAKER and MALCOLM BRUCE both have deep roots going back to the birth of the 60’s British Blues R&B Explosion.

Here they honour the incredible legacy of their fathers GINGER BAKER and JACK BRUCE alongside their bandmate ERIC CLAPTON in an exciting show featuring the music of CREAM and beyond through their project SONS OF CREAM..

But this isn’t your typical tribute act, these men have a strange multidimensional pedigree. It is purely second nature as they dive inside the music, bringing it alive, like a living organism, like a second skin, all constantly morphing into something new. They have big shoes to fill, and through some kind of genetic imprint, and intuitive sense, they arrive at the true heart of what Cream’s music stands for and are truly making it their own.

Together they are bringing to light the spirit and pure energy and audacity of the music of their fathers.

So sit back, take a trip - back, forward, but especially in the now. That’s where the magic happens.

The Cream kids Kofi and Malcolm, along with guitarist Rob Johnson, are SONS OF CREAM and are carrying the legacy forward.


Son of legendary drummer Ginger Baker, Kofi Baker is a name synonymous with drumming excellence. Without question, Kofi not only continues, but extends the family legacy, with outstanding skills, drive and dedication to his craft.

Kofi’s first live performance was with his father on the cult UK tv music show “The Old Grey Whistle Test” – at just six years of age he proved he had inherited more than just his father’s name. In the early 80’s, Kofi and his father played drum duets throughout Europe, amazing audiences with complex African polyrhythms. Later, Kofi toured with John Ethridge (Soft Machine) and gigged in London with Steve Waller (Manfred Mann) and Randy California (Spirit). He also toured Europe with Steve Marriot’s Humble Pie.  

During the 1990’s Kofi toured with Jack Bruce in Budapest, signed with Scotty Brothers Records and recorded the album Lost City, cut Abstract Logic with Jonas Hellborg and Shawn Lane and toured extensively – including more drum duets with Ginger Baker.

In 1994, Kofi headed off to the USA and for some time lived with his father in Colorado. Footage of this can be seen in the highly regarded documentary ‘Beware of Mr Baker’ In 2015 Kofi joined The Extreme Guitar Tour with Uli Jon Roth -former Scorpions lead guitarist, with Vinny Appice (John Lennon, Rick Derringer, Black Sabbath, DIO) and Vinnie Moore (UFO)

Later that year he attended the CREAM reunion concerts at Madison Square Garden and following these historic shows, started to develop and evolve his ‘Cream Experience’ band. After leaving Colorado for LA, Kofi continued to play extensively and also set up his own drum school which spawned many loyal fans and pupils. Anyone taking lessons or attending his clinics can testify to his easy, friendly manner and the excellent way he communicates his passion to others.

Between 2017 and 2022 he was invited to become an integral part of The Music Of Cream 50th Anniversary Tour, which began in Australia & New Zealand and has subsequently played hundreds of shows across Australasia, the U.S.A and the U.K.


Composer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Malcolm Bruce has toured, performed, recorded and appeared on records with some of the biggest names in music including Little Richard, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Dr John, Steve Cropper, Joe Satriani, Joe Bonamassa, Bill Ward and Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath), Simon Phillips (Toto, The Who, Jeff Beck), Leslie West and Corky Laing (Mountain), Tony Butler and Mark Brzezicki (Big Country) and his father the late Jack Bruce of Cream.

Malcolm curated a tribute to his father in October 2016 alongside Pete Brown (Cream lyricist) at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and performed with legends such as Lulu, Eddi Reader, Maggie Reilly, Paul Young, Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones), Dennis Chambers (Santana, Parliament / Funkadelic), Gary Husband (Level 42, John McLaughlin), David Sancious (Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Stanley Clarke) and Ginger Baker (Cream).

He released his album ‘Salvation’ in 2017, a collection of 10 songs recorded at Kevin McKendree’s (Delbert McClinton, Brian Setzer) The Rock House Studio in Franklin TN and mixed by Steve Orchard (Paul McCartney, Chris Cornell) and toured the UK and USA in support.

Between 2017 and 2019 Malcolm played around 100 shows in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand with 'The Music of Cream’, a tribute to his father’s band, alongside Kofi Baker. Some of the shows featured special guests Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath) and Robben Ford (Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell).

In 2018 and 2019 Malcolm was co-executive producer, arranger and performer for 'HEAVENLY CREAM', a project headed by Cream lyricist Pete Brown and recorded at Abbey Road Studios, which featured performances by Ginger Baker, Joe Bonamassa, Bobby Rush, Paul Rodgers, Deborah Bonham, Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake), Pee-Wee Ellis (James Brown), Abass Dodoo and many more. Produced by Rob Cass. The album along with a documentary, 'THE CREAM ACOUSTIC SESSIONS' was released to critical acclaim by Quarto Valley Records in November 2023.

Malcolm was also the bass player for the late Pete Brown's final record 'THE SHADOW CLUB' featuring Richard Bailey (Bob Marley, Jeff Beck, Steve Winwood, Incognito) on drums, Clem Clempson and Eric Clapton on guitars, slated for release in 2024.

He’s currently working on a new album, FAKE HUMANS AND REAL DOLLS, to be released in 2024.


Bobby Johnson is a guitarist and vocalist from south-east London, now residing in Liverpool.

Influenced by folk, rock, soul and blues fom the 60s and 70s as well as later 90s and 2000s shoe gaze and art rock, he has carved his own sound whilst retaining a vintage style to his playing and music.

Bobby is a member of the harmony centred trio Motel Sundown and is currently an instrumental tutor at Liverpool University,

He has extensive experience playing festivals and touring in the UK, USA and Europe (including support slots for Iggy Pop). As well as performing live he has also worked as a session guitarist (MT Jones, Edgar Jones) and co-producer. Bobby has also written and arranged material for artists (including Ginger Baker’s Airforce).

Graduating from Liverpool University with a 1st class Degree and with an avid interest in open tunings he is in the process of compiling and releasing an open tuning chord book.

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