Friday, August 14th, 2020

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the support they have given us through 2009 and wish everyone a Joyful Christmas and a happy and peaceful 2010. Ashley and Debbie  Read More →

Rag Mama Rag recently played at the Issoudun Guitar Festival in France. During their concert they performed the old ukulele hit “I`ll see you in my dreams”.  The famous version of the song was  first recorded in the 1930s by Ukulele Ike and more recently by Joe Brown during the tribute concert given to George Harrison. This video is now on their website .  Read More →

Rag Mama Rag recently played at the Issoudun Guitar Festival in France. During their concert they performed Crossroads Blues, the Robert Johnson blues song that was first recorded in the 1930s. This video is now on their website .  Read More →

footage taken at the 2009 Sighisoara Blues Festival  Read More →

SUTTON BLUES COLLECTIVE Station Pub, Sutton Coldfield 4/10/06 Blues in Britain/issue 59 France based Rag Mama Rag (husband and wife team Deborah and Ashley Dow) put on a superlative performance at The Sutton Blues Collective this Wednesday.  They were exactly the right sort of act for the ambience of this club.  A complex combination of traditional country blues with songs from names such as Tampa Red, Leadbelly, Robert Johnson and Blind Boy Fuller were performed together with original songs penned by Ashley Dow,  and even a Ry cooder tune.  Ashley has a voice ideally suited to singing this... [Read more]