More on this later.Ok my Lovelies... here come the first acts confirmed for Once upon a Time in the West Festival 2019. Before we go there, just a wee favour. As you may be aware, Once Upon a Time in The West Festival has been nominated by Festival Awards at UK Festival Awards 2018 for Best Small Festival and Best Grassroots Festival. If you could take a moment to vote for us, then that would be fantastic!! It's a really big nod of approval for all The Crew and the festival itself. Link is here - www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NW3CN6N
Sooo - onto the moment... The first wave of acts to be announced for 2019 are, in no particular order.... Funke and the Two Tone Baby RSVP Bhangra Urban Lions Black Water County Monkey Bizzle The Boot Hill All Stars and of course... Graveyard Johnnys !!!
You had a touch of Graveyard Johnnys earlier, so here's a bit of the mighty Black Water County
This weekend we've been Bristolways where we made a start on our debut album and caught up with Ripton (Eek A Mouse) for some of the finest biddy biddy bong bang action. Respect to one of the greatest Jamaican reggae artists to visit the south west of England.
A producer from BBC Wiltshire, where they're recording a version of WW1 classic 'Keep The Home Fires Burning' for remembrance, has asked us to put our feelers out for fellow musicians to join them.
They'll be recording in the Wiltshire Music Centre (Bradford on Avon) on Saturday 20th October. They've got a diverse line up of acts set to perform the song, and a brilliant community choir made up of some of their listeners on board, but they need a few last instruments to complete the orchestra!
They need: 2x viola 2x cello bassoon percussion
The project is unpaid, but they'll be covering the making of the song and those involved. It will be a great way to celebrate the musical talents of Wiltshire and Swindon. Please email if you're interested, email@example.com Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less
We'd like to say a big YESII! To everyone who skanked with us at The Golden Lion in Bristol last Friday all praise to the Golden Lion crew for having us back and to Patrick for a righteous sound. A special thanks to DJ Snoopy who got on stage with us for a toasting session with the band and Lionheart Records set afterwards. Also everyone at Urban Mischief stage at Illusive Festival the weekend before as we played a Lionheart Vibrations dubplate cuts set for the first time at our last festival of 2018.