Sounds beautiful doesn’t it? Catching a train from a station. Traveling across a beautiful autumn landscape whilst being entertained by live musicians. Stopping off at a delightful country pub and having a bar meal and some real ale, all whilst being entertained by the same musicians; before returning home. I tried it a couple ofContinue reading “A folk train.”
I’m hardly the perfect advocate, but you know when you see those photos online of before and after? Well these are mine. It’s just over 12 months since I began my lifestyle change from an unhealthy fat potato with plantar fascitis & knee pain to become what you see on the right. It was theContinue reading “Lifestyle change is the key.”
So we played Blidfest yesterday. What a truly wonderful festival! “The pub with a view” couldn’t be more apt to describe the Bird in Hand. The view from the audience could not have been nicer! The festival ran a little late and our stage time was about an hour and a half later than projected,Continue reading “Blidfest”
As my weight loss continues I’m finding myself looking at more figure hugging clothing, in particular slimmer fit. At one time I would have seen slim fit light coloured clothes and shuddered. Now I own some! Matched with a purple shirt and my Burgundy pattern waistcoat they look rather stunning! Perfect for Ethryll stage wear,Continue reading “New Jeans”
Yesterday was a day of celebration of the life of Adrian Price (Mole); drummer with Kingfisher Blue ; who sadly left us suddenly in January. Ethryll had been invited to play as we are a fellow band in the same scene as Kingfisher Blue and have performed many gigs with the guys. The gig wasContinue reading “One Mole for the Road”
Last night we did the Local Authority gig supporting Strangefish.
Ethryll supported Kingfisher Blue at Mabon Fest. Yet another great gig although the attendance was a little thin on the font ground. Yes. I’m wearing PVC jeans… I caused a bit of a stir!
A superb gig supporting one of my favourite prog bands.
Our first gig here. Sunday afternoon so the attendance wasn’t amazing, but Rich Sayles grabbed us some amazing photos.
So yeah, the folk train was a thing we did, and I was really surprised by how good it was. Not only was the back carriage much fuller than last time (only a single band played last train) but it was a very appreciative crowd. I think it was a good call! Sadly, though, theContinue reading “Folk Train”