Great night at Clent Parish Hall on Saturday, where Derek Mitchell and I provided support for the main act Risky Business. We were also joined by the trio Small Change.
Risky Business were really good, serving up an excellent collection of songs that had a story behind them - just the kind I like! Quality musicians with Ruth Powell's strong, clear and beautiful vocals to the fore. They were also good fun!
Our set seemed to go down very well and we had loads of encouraging comments afterwards. It was a delight to play with Derek again. Thanks for your superb 'noodling', my friend!
I had a a wonderful evening at Clent Parish Hall in November 2017, supporting Dark Horses.
Howard Lowry has asked me back - this time as support to the popular trio Risky Business.
Derek Mitchell is hoping to join me on guitar, so looking forward to that.
Do come along if you're free. (Contact details on the flier - see photo.)
I had a great evening at Warwick Folk Club yesterday, supporting Acoustic Union. Kirsty Daniels, who has recently moved to Warwickshire, joined me again on flute and was superb. We were very well-received and complimented by the main act, which was very nice of them.
Acoustic Union perform pop and rock covers on a variety of instruments. I wasn't too sure how this would work but they made each song their own, were excellent musicians and such fun that you couldn't help but be carried along. I particularly enjoyed 'A Little Respect' by Erasure with the synth hook played on banjo. It really worked!
Thanks to Norman Wheatley for inviting us. (Sorry there's no photo of Kirsty.)
Last Saturday I spoke at the regular Men’s Breakfast held at Guildford Baptist Church, where Tim is Assistant Minister. About 50 turned up for their ‘Full English’ and to hear me talk about my hospice work. It seemed to go really well and there were a good number of interesting questions at the end. I finished by singing ‘Find Your Song’ and was chuffed to sell another 9 CD’s! (Photo courtesy of Tim.)
Keith's albums and/ or selected tracks can now be downloaded and payment made easily and securely online via the music site Bandcamp.
The website has been changed to reflect this and all songs can be heard in full using the new 'Music' section. Hopefully, some folk will pick out the odd track or two to buy.
Any money received for 'Find Your Song' (album or tracks) still goes to Primrose Hospice.