Head over to our new Shows page, we’ve just added more 2014 dates – more to come
We are back in Sussex in January!
January 2014 Gigs
Saturday 11th January we’ll be back at The New Inn, Littlehampton with kick off at8.30pm. We always enjoy playing The New Inn.
Sunday 12th January, We’ll be at the Red Lion, Arundel between 4-6pm. Its been over ten years since we last played in Arundel so we’re very much looking forward this this.
We won’t be back in Sussex again until May so we hope to see some of you soon!
Our old website was long overdue for a revamp. It had become so rusty we couldn’t update it anymore, not that we actually have much to update seeing as we’re not exactly a busy band these days. But anyway, we hope you like the new look. We’ll be adding bits and bobs as we go.
So Friday 20th September 2013 from 8pm we’ll be warming up the band at The New Inn Pub, Norfolk Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex.
Last time we played the New Inn we had a great night. So come on down for a night of songs and tunes and of course Beer, we’d love to see you.
We’ll have one of the UK’s finest pipers, Mr. Nick Scott, joining us for the whole weekend too!
On Saturday the 21st at 3-5pm in St. Mary’s School Hall, Bognor Regis we’re putting on a bit of a Ceilidh as part of the Southdowns Folk Festival.
Then in the evening we’ll be playing at The Clock house, Sea Road, East Preston from 8PM. Tim, our Fiddle player isn’t going to be with us for the Saturday gigs but we’re hoping we might have a very special guest helping out with the Fiddle duties. Either Way it will be fun
Then on Sunday 22nd, Legacy is doing support for Show Of Hands at the Alexander Theatre, Bognor at 7pm. This is a proper sit down concert and you’ll need tickets which may have already sold out. Find out all the details about the Festival and the artists playing at: http://www.southdownsfolkfest.co.uk
We hope to see some of you soon!
We were so saddened by the passing of our brilliant sound man and friend in July. Nick Clyne was well known around the Brighton scene and was number one engineer at many a festival. The outpouring of love for Nick on facebook by the huge amount of people he touched with his witty intelligence and warm heart shows how much he’ll be missed.
Below are a couple of photos recently taken at Festivals where Nick would do sound and entertain everyone around him with his brilliant sense of humour. You can hear him in action here: http://nickclyne.bandcamp.com/album/nick-clyne-kind-of-orange
Rest easy, Nick. We’ll catch you later on – set the gear up and get the drinks in X
Tim has been working with Nick Burbridge on their album ‘Gathered’ which is out soon.
Click here for all the details.