7th - 9th July 2016 | 2000 Trees Festival Vlog
Here is a little video of my first ever proper festival at 2000 Trees! Still haven't gotten used to speaking in front of a camera - cringe!!! Hope you enjoy the video despite it.... :D
Artists who appeared in the video are Frank Turner, Circe's Diner, Itch (The King Blues), The King Blues, Mallory Knox, The Augustines. The music is Peggy Sang The Blues by Frank Turner.
3rd July 2016 | Busking and BBQ
It has taken me a very long time to work up the courage to go busking, but I decided to just go for it and just do it! And unsurprisingly it went okay! I only got £7 but it's a good start I think. I got some lovely feedback from listeners and people sat in Costa :) reckon I'll do it again!
Music by Bonobo.
18th June 2016 | Midsomer Arts Festival & Victoria Hall Acoustic Sessions
This is my first ever vlog - wahoo! I documented my time at the Midsomer Arts Festival during the day and the Victoria Hall Acoustic Sessions in the evening.
Artists included in the video are:
0:00 - 0.41 The Man in Washington
0.42 - 1.00 Al O'Kane
1.01 - 1.15 Emma Shoosmith (me!!)
1.16 - 1.29 Rose Goodfellow
Midsomer Arts Festival
Victoria Hall Acoustic Sessions
I joined Billy in the studio this morning to play a few live original songs and to have a chat about what I'm up to!
Here's a clip of my original song Goodbye!
To hear the rest of the chat and a few other live songs, follow the link here: http://bcfmradio.com/saturday (11.00, 23/04/16)
So happy to announce I'll be playing at Fieldview Festival this year!! They've released the line up and there's so many cool bands playing this year! 🐨🍵
Soooo excited!!! 🎶
From the outside, Bristol's latest pop-up venue, 123space, doesn't look like much. We went there to check out Harry & The Gondolas first gig in Bristol after their Australian tour and were pleasantly surprised with the transformation. A small and stripped area with lamps to light the main stage; it feels like you just walked into someone's unfinished living room. But as the crowd ushered in and drinks are shared (thanks, BYOB), it starts to feel a bit more like home.
Photograph by Rachael Caitlin Photography at Clevedon Pier