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As part of the Hastings Folk Fest. week, an evening of original music based upon the dance traditions of Britain and Europe, from the medieval period to the present. Featuring an amazing array of instruments: violin, accordion, English pipes, electric pipes, nykelharpa, guitars, percussion, bouzouki, hurdy gurdy, shawm, recorder, gothic bray harp etc. .... www.reverbnation.com/georgestevensracket + www.woodwose.org.uk advance tickets available from the wegottickets link.
Bar from 6.30pm. Stevens' Racket and Ranagri. Event by www.stedithfolk.co.uk
Guesting with the amazing 'Woodwose'....Medieval, Folk and Original Compositions on English pipes, hurdy gurdy, shawm, recorder, cittern, voice, percussion etc.
Myself and various others playing acoustic in Lydd Church as part of a Lydd Live event between 10 am and 2pm. Join the event on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lydd.live
6th--8th September. Cripps Corner ,East Sussex Various bands, various genres...the usual festival jollity and carry-on!! We're on the Saturday for 45minutes from about 1.30pm
Sounds Like: Serpentyne, Seth Lakeman, Daughters of Elvin, Mister Klof, Blowzabella
Label: GPJ Records
Bio: I have been playing music since the age of about 14. Primarily self taught, I have embraced many different genres of music and over approximately 30 years have played everything from heavy rock to jazz, early music, reggae, traditional folk and world music on numerous instruments. I play mostly b...See Full Bio
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