John The Revelator

John the Revelator

Welcome to the official website of John the Revelator.
In 2018 this blues band from Holland will celebrate its 50th anniversary!

You can now book your date for their 50th anniversary tour.

The band has played all over Europe and also toured Australia.

Enjoy this site and experience the long history of this legendary band and keep an update with their new gigs and releases.

In our worldwide WEBSTORE you can listen for free to all the songs of the albums the band has recorded over the years.
In our webstore you can download any song or album that you like, including covers and some free titles. But you can also order the physical albums that are still available. If you do so, you get immediately a free digital download as a bonus.


Information & bookings:

D.D.A. Agency 

 + 31 (0) 6 30912675

Like us on Facebook: JohnTheRevelatorBlues

E-mail band:



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1 dec 2018
50th Anniversary Tour - Benefiet Concert Aalten
16 dec 2018
50th Anniversary Tour - De Vorstin Hilversum
28 dec 2018
Eindejaarsconcert Oscar Benton, John the Revelator & Barrelhouse
1 jan 2019
50th Anniversary Tour - Nieuwjaarsconcert Veghel
20 jan 2019
50th Anniversary Tour - Cultuurpodium Boerderij Zoetermeer
Culemborg Blues 2018

Zaterdag 25 augustus 21.00 uur!

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recensie Last Bluestrain

John the Revelator

50th Anniversary Reunion Concert  

IJmuider Courant 16 april

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recensie Bluesmagazine 4CD Box '50 & Beyond'



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4 sterren recensie Blue Skin album

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The Blue Skin Album now for sale!

Aavailable as digital download but also as limited edition compact disc in hard cover book. 

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Live videos taken from the 45th anniversary concert

Enjoy the live videos taken from the new DVD 'Looking back'.

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'Wild Blues' (1970) now available on vinyl!

The first album the band recorded for Decca Records in 1970 is now available on high quality 18,5

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John Mayall's Bluesbreakers featuring Peter Green

Unique live recordings London 1967 

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