Event Videos - 2011
Here you will find a number of videos that we recorded over the years in various venues across Sussex.
Just click on a year below to see the videos from that year.
Tim Kent guesting at The Amberley Acoustic Club
Well this is me doing a rare guest appearance at the music club which meets at The Black Bull, Amberley, West Sussex every Tuesday at 8pm.
I am playing a selection of songs, some my own and others from folksingers I admire and am using my Sigma and Leyanda guitars as well as my triangular French Dulcimer. John de Little was the MC…Thank you john for making me welcome!
Martin Jeremiah Sings ‘You Don’t Make A Sound’
Singer, songwriter, carer and mental health campaigner Martin Jeremiah gives us a new self-penned song with a message that it’s time to stop the stigma surrounding mental health…
And it’s time to talk about it. Check out Martin’s website at www.rgwrecords.co.uk.
Touchstone at Crawley Folk Festival
Top Sussex folk band Touchstone play The Crawley Folk Festival for the 20th consecutive time. Their music and songs are now so popular and well known and this 29 minute video captures the total essence of their music ability and craft of enteretaining as well as the atmosphere of the festival.
Thank you Touchstone and here’s to the next twenty years!
The Hat Band Sing ‘All Around My Hat’
Me and James (The Hat Band) are off to Denmark to play our music and entertain at The Victoria Café in Tønder during the festival there on 25 / 26 / 27 August this year.
Here is a track off our new cd to promote our 4th annual visit there
We say hello to all our friends and hope to see you at The Victoria Café – Skål
Adrian Palmer sings Three of his Songs
Another Sussex-based singer /songwriter gives us three new self-penned songs about life, love and personal feelings.
1. Guerilla Gardeners
3. I’m a Beachcomber
Barber & Taylor at The Open House
25 minute video of Kevin Barber and Mark Taylor, ever popular Sussex acoustic entertainers, playing a selection of their songs to a small select audience at The Open House pub in Brighton.
Martin Jeremiah sings ‘Headed Down That Road’
Sussex based singer songwriter Martin Jeremiah gives us yet another of his political views with this song which will test the coalition’s public popularity in the forthcoming local elections.
This song comes from his CD ‘Love, Peace, Justice’ – (RWG Records).
Alan Reid & Rob Van Sante at The Willows Folk Club
Playing for the first time down these parts two very fine musicians combine forces to give an exciting evening’s entertainment. This 27 minute video has 6 full songs that really show off their talent.
Sit back and enjoy some of their show.
Yard Of Ale, Scotland’s Premier Folk ‘n Fun Band
Their annual afternoon show in the courtyard of The Aberdour Hotel, Aberdour, Fife, Scotland, with special guests: Harvey’s Boys, Ian Macfarlane and Heather Henderson plus all the crazy audience lads and lasses wrapped up warm!