2019 has been an incredible journey for our dear friend and bandmate Mark Radcliffe, who, after recovering from cancer earlier in the year, has now been honoured by the BBC for 40 years service to broadcasting! And what an incredible career it’s been! He was presented with his surprise award at the BBC Folk Awards in Manchester this month by folk legend and gentleman Ralph McTell. Congratulations Mark and here’s to many more!
We’re delighted to announce our debut show in the capital on 17th November at The Slaughtered Lamb! We can’t wait to play this fantastic venue and hope to see a few of you there. Tickets can be purchased here.
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.”