A rocky rootsy band from Dorset playing a distinctive brand of original music
'Utterly irresistible, infectious, exuberant music. Watch out for this band!'
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Available now from the CD page of our website (see above) and on general release through Amazon and iTunes!
We had a great response to Journeys of the Heart - check out our reviews page:
Journeys of the Heart was Album of the Week on BBC Radio Somerset.
In the months after we released it, we did live sessions on: BBC Radio Devon for the Judi Spiers show; the Interactive Lunch with Fitz ; and the John Govier Saturday morning show; The Durbervilles Folk Show on BBC Radio Leeds; BBC Radio Somerset - the Emma Britton Show; and the Alan Thompson Evening Show on BBC Radio Wales; We had airplayand the on BBC Radio Solent; the Johnny Coppin Show on BBC Radio Gloucester; and also on a number of community radio stations.
Until Today, a track on our live album Caught in the Act! is a great gig favourite and features a storming drum solo from Keith. Click here to get a little flavour of it. - Keith's drum solo
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Check out http://www.rosebudmusic.org or contact Gordon Spencer who is co-ordinating festival and event bookings for us e: email@example.com mobile 07884 001900
Hope you are all staying warm, dry and safe in the floods and the storms. We've been cosied up working on new material. Look out for new songs 'Gypsy Corner' (written by Charlie and Alan) and The Rude Man of Dorset (written by Jerry) and Jerry's stunning arrangement of the traditional 'She Moves through the Fair' and, by popular request, Matty Groves - the traditional song made famous by Fairport Convention. We may even have a new Waterboys song to play you!
WE've some cracking gigs and festivals lined up for the year - some are still awaiting final confirmation but we can tell you that we will be playing at The Od Gaffers Festival on the Isle of Wight in June and the Great Dorset Steam Fair in August!
Sadly, due to ongoing problems with his hand entailing a further operation, we had to say a fond farewell to Harry o'Shea who had been playing excellent bass with us for 18 months. That was a blow. But, as they say, one door closes... we are delighted to welcome newly on board Rob Guns Boivin on bass (and several other instruments) and to welcome back Malcolm Windett on bass who will be depping for Rob in 2014.
We're loving the response we're getting to the new songs we've introduced into the set in the last few months: My Lady of Corfe and Young Love and our very untraditional version of the traditional Lambton Worm! As you know, we don't do many covers but ...Click on the link below to hear us and fellow guests on the John Govier Saturday Show on BBC Radio Devon at the start of 2013 having a bit of a jam session to end the programme. We enjoyed playing this song so much, we've now done a band version of it. Come to a gig and you'll hear it!
As you can see from the above, we love playing Steam Fairs, Beer Festivals and other similar events. We were delighted to be at The Great Dorset Steam Fair again last year. We have made many friends there - and at other Steam Fairs - over the years. As a result of our various musical performances and our ability to match them pint-for-pint, we are proud to be officially approved by the Society of Drivers and Engine Men - S.O.D.E.M! Thank you, guys!