Free-to-view LIVESTREAM tonight. Starts at 8:00pm (GMT), live on our facebook and Youtube channels, pop in, have a listen, say hello!
Live from the posh end of my workshop!!
It’s been a bit of a learning curve, but we’re getting there…….. When we did #1 Livestream we had trouble connecting to YouTube and so it only went out on Facebook….. For #2 we had an unexpected turn of events when Facebook decided that would be a good moment to update something and the parts of the account you need to livestream became unavailable for an hour! So #2 was only live on YouTube!
Here’s the recording of the livestream:
Well, in the last couple of weeks we have played at Broadstairs Folk Week, Bridport Folk Festival and Purbeck Valley Folk Festival – what a change!! We’ve been pretty careful about social contact and taken sensible precautions, but what a joy to be out playing again. We’ve updated our gig page so that it’s in a calendar format (although you can switch to “agenda” view should you so desire) and this will allow us to easily add in new dates as things pop up!
Hope to see you at one of our gigs, cheers for now!
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Did a livestream for Wimborne Folk Festival, Really hoping this time next year we’ll all be able to be there in person.
We set up at one end of my violin making workshop and laid in an ethernet cable from the house – all went well!
A few more of our favourite tune sets and a song for you!
VegfestUK invited us to produce a video for their online festival in August, so we did!
Recorded separately in our own luthiery workshops, but put together as a mini-concert for you to enjoy. We each played the whole session through all in one take, complete with interactions, so it is as live as you can get while being apart!
If you can’t beat them, join them!
We’ve done our best to produce a “live” performance with both of us performing a short “gig” in one take. It was actually rather good fun to do and I think we’ll be doing some more!