After some lovely gigs in Sweden this Autumn, Emma Reid and I have a short UK tour in December. We’ll have some pre-release copies of our new album with us, and it will be available online soon too. We’re also booking a short tour for April next year, so please drop me a line if you’d like to book us or know of a venue who might.
December 3rd – workshops and house concert, Stockport, Cheshire. Details from 07788993127 or firstname.lastname@example.org
December 6th – The Cross Keys, Selattyn, nr Oswestry, Shropshire SY10 7DH
Tickets £8 (child £4) – from The Gates gift shop, Church St, Oswestry (next to Honeysuckle), or from Jock on 01691 791500 or email@example.com
We will be revisiting the Made In the Great War show in September. The show tells the story of Sam’s fiddle and its maker, musician and amatuer luthier Richard Spencer Howard. The fiddle was carved in 1915 but Howard was called up to the Great War before he could complete it. A poignant and inspiring multimedia show featuring narration by master storyteller Hugh Lupton, music by Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron with Paul Sartin, and lighting and video by Emma Thompson. Full tour dates here.
After several years, two tours, an album and two BBC Folk Awards, it’s time for The Full English to call it a day and move on to other projects. It’s been a really amazing collaboration to be part of and it’s really reminded me how much undiscovered material there is in the archives at www.vwml.org, not to mention other sources in books and online.
We have a nine day tour coming up, including a final gig at Cecil Sharp House in London, where we did our first ever performance in 2013.
Hello and welcome … and apologies for leaving my old, outdated site up for so long that people were trying to get ticket for gigs which actually took place a year ago!
I’ve finally made the switch to WordPress to make it easier to add new content, and I’ve started a project of uploading dots and Youtube clips of tunes that I’ve written over the years – click the Tuneslink. More to follow!
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