I am back in the saddle with
Pedal Folk next month for a weeks harvest tour taking us from Stroud to Petersfield via Bristol, Bath, Salisbury and Winchester. We have two brilliant new musicians joining us for the tour… Naomi Wilkins on flute and Clarissa Carlyon on cello.
House concert –
Stroud – 14/09/15 – please contact for an invite
Roll for the Soul – Bristol – 15/09/15 – https://www.facebook.com/events/1634057320211782/
St Monica’s Chapel – Bristol – 15/09/15 (lunchtime concert) – please contact for an invite
Up In The Gallery – The Bath Brew House – Bath – 16/09/15 – https://www.facebook.com/events/1615820018696645/
River Bourne Community Farm – Salisbury – 17/09/15
The Hyde Tavern – Winchester – 18/09/15 – https://www.facebook.com/events/904859699551918/
Steep Church – Petersfield – 19/09/15
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Tagged blackberries, cello, cycling, edward thomas, flute, Folk, Guitar, harmonies, harmony, oh yes, scrumping, uke, ukulele
I’m really looking forward to Greenbelt festival next month, the line up looks really good. ‘Duke Special’ and ‘This Is The Kit’ are particular favourites of mine.
Rachel Rose Reid and I are performing ‘ Three Acres And A Cow, A History Of Land Rights And Protest In Folk Song And Story‘ at The Canopy Stage, 10am on Monday 31st August. Naomi Wilkins will be joining us too which means some lovely harmonies are in store!
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Tagged bank holiday, christian, festival, Folk, kettering, land rights, music, Naomi Wilkins, rachel rose reid, summer
I have a nice weekend coming up soon with four London gigs in three days. I can only tell you about two of them as the other couple are private, but if you haven’t ever been to Walthamstow Garden Party or the London Permaculture Festival, I can highly recommend both of them!
Saturday 15th July, Walthamstow Garden Party, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 – 4pm – £free
Sunday 16th July, London Permaculture Festival, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, London, NW1 7AY – 3.40pm – £6 (£4 concs)
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Tagged barbican, circle, festival, Folk, Guitar, male, music, permaculture, uke, vocal, walthamstow
After all the excitement of the last few weeks three chord political punkelele madness, here is a little something to reminding myself and the world that I have subtler days too…
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Tagged amy bowles, basia bartz, Folk, folk odyssey, iain macleod, joe allen, music, puppet, song, violin, Walthamstow Marshes