The Untouchables are champions of raw blues, basing their sound on the swinging soul of the great artists who recorded for Chess Records in the 50s.
With a string bass, a vintage drum kit, a cranked guitar through a hot valve amp and a wailing harp, this band turns any venue into a rocking juke joint.
See them at The Blues Kitchen in Camden Town London on the third Thursday of every month. On stage at 10.00 pm. Check here before setting out.
What people say
“The Untouchables play sparse, tasteful Chicago blues. No, not blues rock: tight, swinging, focussed, authentic sounding urban blues, with every element honed to its bare essentials in an unostentatious display of taste and restraint. These players have lived and breathed the style until it’s so much a part of them that it oozes out of their pores. If you like Little Walter, Bo Diddley or Willie Dixon, then this is as close as you’ll get to seeing them live. Utterly superb.“Live Unsigned
„Atmosphere was great, loved the band’s sound and interaction with the audience and to see you had the whole room dancing !“
„The Untouchables are an astounding band. Go and see them soon!“ Ian McHugh ‚Blues is the Truth‘ Radio show
„Incredible entertainers- the crowd didn’t know how lucky they were to be seeing such masters at work”
“ a night of pure blues heaven.“ The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald