All posts by Terry

Figglefest 2018

Such a great event!!! We love coming to play here as it is always such a good time and a great atmosphere! Got to say a massive thank you to DN Audio for running the sound and lighting all day. A proper good job there! Thank you all for coming and supporting the event.

Midsummer Madness at Salisbury Rugby Club

Friday saw Salisbury Rugby Club host the Midsummer Madness event in aid of Project Change.
 
Probably the first time we have had some sponsored songs though…. “If you can put these two in the set, there is an extra cheque heading to the charity pot”. Done!
 
Thank you to everyone who came and supported the event. We had a cracking time playing for you!

The Wig & Quill – June 18

Last night ends a bit of a busy run (4 gigs in a week!!!) but the Wig and Quill was on form last night. At half time we got a request for Crossroads. A song we haven’t done in ages! Sadly I can’t repeat on here what their opinion was, but it was good 

Next week is a week off for us, and then back at Testwood Club in Totton on the 16th June. Look forward to seeing you there!

Break Cover at Salisbury Live in the Square Pt2

That was a thing! Introduced by Colin as “The third last band to play in Salisbury Live 2018”. We had an absolute blast playing yesterday. The weather stayed good for us and the sun even broke through. Thank you for having us and looking forward to tonight’s gig at The Wig & Quill! See you there! Thank you as well to Spencer Mulholland Photography for the additional photos.

Qudos – May 18

Thankfully the bar staff had put the football round the corner so we didn’t need to be stealth ninjas setting up… However, Qudos is always an enjoyable gig, made even more so by the amount of people that stayed out past the football end whistle! Love playing here and can’t wait until we are back in September!

Salisbury Live goes “Rural”

At the start of May, we ventured out to the Salisbury Live goes Rural event playing at Alderbury Village Hall. Only a short set as part of the days lineup, but with Red Flags, Stolen Jam, Legends – Heroes of Rock and The Deloreons, it was a great line up for a bank holiday weekender!