We’re delighted to be playing again in our hometown of Knutsford returning to the Little Theatre on October 12th. This will be a full band performance featuring tracks from new album ‘Gaslight Roses’ plus a few surprises! Special guests to be announced soon. Tickets can be bought here
After a very busy period lately for the band, including a hugely successful appearance at Pub in the Park Knutsford in June, it’s nice to get these fantastic images as a reminder courtesy of ace photographers Jonathan Farber and Andrew Twambley. Check out the Gallery page for full selection.
We’re still reeling from the praise in the latest edition of RNR Magazine! Huge thanks to Dai Jeffries for his 4 star review…
“‘No Shangri La’ rocks like stink and opener ‘On the Town’ doesn’t hang around either.”
“…Sunday Morning, Coming Down’ is a gorgeous rolling ballad and ‘Buy the World a Drink’ really hits peak country.”
We’re really pleased to reveal a never-been-seen-before, live acoustic version of When My Ship Comes In from our debut album ‘Hour Of Need’, recorded at our favourite intimate hometown venue Knutsford Little Theatre. Filmed by Jonathon Farber and edited by Neil McCartney, sound recording is by Jim Broughton and Tony Pickering.
We’re delighted to announce we’ve been selected to play on the main stage at the prestigious Wigan Diggers festival on Saturday 7th September! They have put together a fantastic line up this year of folk and roots acts including Harp and a Monkey and headliners The Men They Couldn’t Hang.
It promises to be a great family friendly day out with live music and poetry historical re-enactment, speakers’ corner, educational talks, film showings and all day children’s entertainment. Over 50 stalls to browse, a beer tent with an excellent choice of locally brewed real ales and it’s FREE entry! Come and join us!