Here's a video of my song, 1 of 1 that I recorded in the Tribal Voices tent at Small World Festival earlier in the year. Thanks to Mark for his camera work and for putting this online for me.
A couple of people have asked for a copy of this recently so I thought I'd make a it a bit more prominent and easy for people to download than it's current location which is hidden away as a hidden track at the end of one of my older EPs.
Hope you like it!
Ah, what a lovely couple of festivals Tribal Earth and Small World were. Big thank you to those who came to hear me play and to Storme for his excellent percussion skills at Tribal Earth.
I've got a few gigs coming up this month...
Fri 12th August- doing a 20min set at The Cavendish Arms, 128 Hartington Rd, Stockwell, SW8 2HJ. The music starts at 8pm prompt and should be a nice night.
Yay, we're on the radio :)
Where Once were Roads is being played on Gary Crowley's new music show on BBC London 94.9FM tomorrow, Saturday 11th June 2011 sometime between 7-8pm.
I've just uploaded up first official music video, for the song Rainglow which features on one of my free EPs available to download for free from our Bandcamp page.
I was lucky enough to perform at Wildheart Gathering at the beginning of this month. It's a truly beautiful festival set amongst the most amazing grounds with lots of woods and fields nearby. Whilst there I took the opportunity to go for a wander with my guitar. I nervously crossed a field full of cows, keep a wide berth from them as I made my way to the woods on the other side of the field. The cows got bored of looking at me by the time I had past them and went back to eating their breakfast. In the woods, I set up my little camera and recorded a couple of videos.
Here's a short video from my recent house gig...
We've got a lovely house gig in the E5 area of London this coming Saturday 16th April. I'll be doing a set with Danielle and Matt and possibly Storme followed by the lovely Gemma / Woodpecker Wooliams.
After a lovely gig in Bracknell last week at Folking Live, I'm now about to travel upto Norfolk to do a gig on a beautiful looking boat. Yay and ahoy there!
Nigel, Beth and Storme will be chatting and playing some songs on Kingston Green Radio on Monday 14th March between 6-7pm. The show will be available to listen to online and on 87.7FM in the Kingston Upon Thames area as part of Kingston Paint the Town Green. Yay!
Here's a video of Fallen Guru by Sugardrum, recorded at the unplugged Wupadupa house gig at the end of last year. This song features me, Nigel on vocals and guitar, Danielle on harmonies, Matt on glock, Storme on cajon and Fluff the Cat on Sleeping. The whole gig is available to download for free from the Sugardrum Bandcamp site.
As we've got a house concert or house gig tour planned for the Spring, I thought I'd write up a quick guide for anyone planning to host one. House Concerts are a great way to see artists perform in a relaxed and intimate environment. They are also a great way to meet new people and share a unique musical experience.
For the past couple of years I've recorded a musical Christmas card to send out to my friends. Here they are grouped together in a free mini EP type thing.