Pool Hall Richard

Pool Hall Richard

 Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Pool Hall Richard are a "English Rock" oriented band based out of Denver Colorado, who are well known for their hard-rocking tunes & soulful performances.


Named after a classic tune written by Ron Wood & Rod Stewart.. they are known for their hard-rocking tunes & Soulful performances, covering a genre of music that comes from the "other side of the pond".

Featuring a lineup of A-list players which include.. Rick Jones from J.C. & The Water Walkers on lead vocals, keys & organ.. David Booker of The David Booker Band on Lead Guitar & vocals, Michael Ray of The Blues All Stars on Drums, Brian Hornbuckle of the Brian Hornbuckle Band on Bass Guitar & vocals, & Kyle Roberts on Drums, vocals & percussion.

The beginning of a Band.. At one time or another, these players had found themselves sharing multiple stages with each other, playing at various rooms around Denver, performing music together, or getting together at local jams. One night while performing together at a local club in Lakewood Colorado, it was obvious from the reaction of the crowd & the sound that was pumpin' through the house, that this band was meant to make music together!

So with the musical influences of Humble Pie, The Faces, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Ron Wood and many other great English Rock bands & artists, "Pool Hall Richard" are taking on Colorado with a vengeance!

*Come see what this show is all about*


"Studio Sessions"
Release date: March 10th, 2012

Set List

Miss Judy's Farm: The Faces
Stay With Me: Rod Stewart/Ron Wood
Natural Born Bugie: Humble Pie
Little Queenie: The Rolling Stones
Had a Real Good Time: The Faces
Three Button Hand Me Down: The Faces
Sweet Lady Mary: The Faces
Your So Rude: The Faces
Live With Me: Humble Pie
Honky Tonk Woman: The Rolling Stones
The Light: Humble Pie
A Road Runner/Road Runners 'G' Jam: Humble Pie
Down Home Again: Humble Pie
Hangman's Knee: Jeff Beck
Cant You Hear Me Knockin': The Rolling Stones
(I Know) I'm Losing You: Rod Stewart
It's All Over Now: Rod Stewart
Too Bad: The Faces
Pool Hall Richard: The Faces