We had a fantastic time at Quiet Riot in the barn at the Woolpack Hotel in Tenterden last weekend! Here’s a shot of us with the shows organiser, James Vince! James has done so much to help local music, charity and us over a long period of time. A round of applause please for Mr JV!
We have just reached 700 likes on our Facebook page! We would like to say a HUGE thank you to EVERYONE who has supported us in any way, shape or form thus far on our journey! It is wholeheartedly appreciated 🙂
We had surreptitiously added this date to our shows section but haven’t officially announced our appearance…we are proud to announce that we have officially been added to the line up for the Tentertainment Festival 2014! We’re so excited to play this, especially as the line up already looks fantastic! We are playing on Sunday 6th July and the festival is absolutely 100% free! The three day festival will be taking place in the Recreation Ground in Tenterden over the whole weekend 🙂
Last Saturday night we performed at Platform 5 in Ashford as part of the Live in the Living Room’s 3rd Birthday celebrations alongside some awesome local acts. We’ve supported Live in the Living Room for over a year now and have appeared at countless events as well as taking part in the show on a handful of occasions. The show’s organiser, James Vince, will be putting on a festival in Tenterden at the Woolpack Hotel Barn featuring a plethora of local talent! We will be appearing on Sunday from 5.15 but ensure that you spend as much time as possible at the three day festival (which begins tomorrow) as it promises to be a fantastic event with all proceeds going to Meningitis Now!
Orfila at Platform 5 for the Live in the Living Room birthday party
We will be playing in Folkestone at the United Reformed Church from 8.30 on Monday 9th June (this coming Monday!) as part of the Shepway Local Talent Showcase. Would be great to see you there 😉
Yesterday we spent some time in the studio finishing off a few bits for our forthcoming album! Here’s a picture of Be Mine written in notation!
A few snapshots (taken by our friend David Shackle) of when we were invited to play some music on Castle Hill in Folkestone last week as part of a local experiment…all will be revealed shortly!
So on Tuesday we were lucky enough to support the amazing singer/songwriter Albert Hammond OBE in our hometown of Folkestone at the Leas Cliff Hall! We had a fantastic time and got the chance to hang out with him before and after the show! He was such an awesome guy and a fantastic performer 🙂 Big thank you to everyone who made this possible and to everyone who supported us…it means a lot 🙂