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Cracking time at Shrewsbury Folk Festival...

What a fantastic weekend we've just had at Shrewsbury!

We were late confirming our attendance after an email mix up when Liam moved house (Jonny is still bitter! :0) so we were very chuffed to be there.


They worked us hard - singing five 45 minute sets - but we got to see some great bands as well. 

The Village Stage set was by far the most soggy, with a cloud burst giving us all an excuse to "cwtch" up around the stage. Then the power went off! But we soldiered on and the good-hearted folkies urged us on to what was a very memorable session. Thanks for sticking with us throught the crises!

The 3 sets at the Bird in Hand pub were their usual cosy affairs with far too many bodies crammed into the lounge bar. The drunken local who threatened to spoil proceedings on Sunday night was out-sung in the end - another crisis averted!

Perhaps the highlight for us was the Sabrina set - our first of the weekend. It was such a delight to sing with such a truly professional sound system - crystal clear. Last time we played this venue it was dark and the lights in our eyes meant we couldn't see the audience. Not this time though; and it was lovely to have so many folk turn out to see us.


The musical highlights for us were The Young Uns (Sean, Dave & Mike) and Greg and Kieron - good lads all!

Top of the stack this year for both of us were Blackie and the Rodeo Kings - a true taste of our musical roots; thanks fellas!


Last of all, a massive THANK YOU to everyone who turned out to see us and those who bought the CD. We really appreciate all of your support - it means more than you know.

Cheers, BC


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