Live from the Lounge #5 is out there and it's another set of originals this time. We've had a few surprises with some of the suggestions, but it's been fun rising to the challenge.
We open this set up with Hark the Blackbird's Singing, a song we've never performed live before (don't know why) but we're pleased we have now, it will do doubt come out again in the future.
Other requests saw lead to us singing Watermelon Karen and Tell my Mother I'll not be Gone Long. We've not done either of those in many years.
Please keep them coming.
Another in our series of lockdown gigs. This week we've performed covers by the likes of Townes Van Zandt, Clive Gregson, Libby Titus, George Harrison and many more.
Keep the requests coming, next weeks show will be all originals.
Thanks for watching.
Dave & Kip
Thanks very much for all of the song suggestions, you've kept us very busy and given us an excuse to leave the gardening for an afternoon, and we've had a lot of fun in the process.
We will be posting another set next week which will be made up of our own songs and then we'll probably do another covers set the following week.
So please keep the suggestions coming.
As Coronavirus has put paid to our gigs for the next few months, we've been finding other ways to keep occupied.
The garden has never looked so good, we've spoken to the neighbours (they're very nice) and we've got paint in the garage ready for the stairs and hallway.
But apart from that we'll be putting up a few videos onto YouTube, Instagram and Facebook etc, the first one being a set of covers requested by folks via Facebook.
Have a look, let us know what you think and keep the suggestions coming, let's keep in touch.
We were out and about playing a few gigs recently and called in on Les Ray at Cambridge 105 Radio.
We played live, selected a few of our own favourite songs and have a chat with Les on his Strummers and Dreamers show.
Wishing everyone a Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year.
Thanks for all of the support throughout 2019, we'd be stuffed without you.
The final edition of Canadablog.
The penultimate instalment.
They’re coming thick and fast now folks, can you cope with the pace?
Oops! The cabin fell over.