Here is a little snippet of “Hold On” taken at our recent performance at the Duffield Arts Festival.
Another thank you! To those of you who turned up to watch our recent shows at the Duffield Arts Festival and at The Flowerpot in Derby. We appreciate your continued support.
However, we would like to apologise to those of you who hung around for our second, acoustic performance in Duffield. Unfortunately, we only found out 10 minutes before the slot, that we wouldn’t be playing! Not great organisation there but hey ho, you live and learn. We did get to play a full band show at the Festival, on a rather lovely big stage…
We have a couple of great Festival gigs coming up.
On Saturday 17th September, we have a full band show at this years inaugural Duffield Arts Festival. We are playing at 12 noon at Ecclesbourne School.
www.duffieldartsfestival.com for more information.
Then on Friday 14th October, we are delighted to be playing at the Nottingham Beer Festival. We have a slot at 6.30pm, on the band stand, within the grounds of Nottingham Castle.
Visit the Nottingham Beer Festival website for more information
We are delighted to be a late addition to this year’s Deerstock Festival, taking place at Newton Cross Country Course in Nottinghamshire.
We are playing this coming Sunday (24th) at 3.20pm
Thanks to everyone who came out to watch us last weekend, at Spanky Van Dykes in Nottingham. We appreciate the support and the fact that so many of you turned out. Thank you also to our friends These Skies for organising the night and being nice lads!
Here are details of our Nottingham show, which is happening at Spanky Van Dykes this coming Saturday June 4th.
…will be in Nottingham, along with These Skies and Whisky Stain. Saturday June 4th is the date and it will be free entry with doors at 7.30pm.
We just wanted to say a quick thank you to those who came out to our gig at The Tap in Derby, last Friday. Unfortunately, our support act had to pull out at the last minute so we had to do a little acoustic set, before the full band set. It went pretty well!
It was great for the three of us to re-connect with our drummer Dave Tizard and, saying that we only had two practises before the show, we played very well. It was quite an emotional moment to play some of the older 3 Ring Circus tracks in our original form. Without sounding too cheesy, it felt like a home coming of sorts. We hope to play some more shows as a full band over the next few months, so stay tuned for updates.
In the meantime, head over to our gigs page, to see what we have coming up soon…
Just a little update for you, on our next show at The Tap in Derby.
We’re hoping to have a couple of surprises lined up for this one. We can’t say too much, but it may involve a blast from the past…