Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Fifestock Music Festival

Dates for Fifestock's Music Festival have been set for Feb 19th 2010 until March 13th 2010 (dates may vary according to the completed lineup).
Last Year was a huge success with artists including Denny Laine, Coalporters, String Driven Thing, Benny Gallagher, John Jorgenson, Henry McCullough, Andrea Glass, Paul Rose and Hugh Cornwell
Sadly the death of John Martyn, who was to have headlined for 3 nights cast an air of sadness over the Festival but the Big man has left a Big shadow.

The lineup for 2010 should be finalised by the end of the year and there will be some surprises! Can you recommend anyone who would "be that bit special?" - All suggestions will be considered.
Contact us via the Mundell Music website
Early booking at the Inn at Lathones means special discounts for the early birds

Thursday, 7 May 2009

Slaid Cleaves and Mundell Music

We should be able to bring Slaid Cleaves to the Inn during October. As he says himself....Slaid Cleaves. Grew up in Maine. Lives in Texas. Writes songs. Makes records. Travels around. Tries to be good!
So have a look at our site and check on the date. I dont know when it will be as yet but it should be up during the next few weeks.
Someone else who interests me is Geraint Watkins & Robbie McIntosh. That would be a great GIG. Only trouble being the time of year.....August!
Let me know what you all think.
We have had a great run of gigs recently....Chris Difford, Maggie Bell, Gurf Morlix and Deborah Bonham
We also have put an advert in the List magazine which as brought us some added ticket sales. We are also about to start advertising in the Mojo & Guitarist Magazine with information on our various Workshops.

Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Deborah Bonham Band - Led Zeppelin - Robbie Blunt

Really looking forward to having the Deborah Bonham Band at The Inn at Lathones on Friday and Saturday (8th/9th May). They will be joined on stage by Robbie Blunt - he was the guitarist on "Big Log" with Robert Palmer and he was in Robert Plant's band for some time. There is talk of Paul Rodgers son Steve possibly hitching a lift on the tour bus if there is enough space - you never know!!!!
Deborah's rendition of "The Old Hyde" - (singing about her late dad and brothers) is one of the most emotive songs I have witnessed - Hankies are really in order!

Over the years we have had the priviledge to have met Deborah's mum (she even had her 80th birthday bash with us) and sister-in-law Pat (widow of John Bonham and Drummer with Led Zeppelin).


You could do a lot worse than spend a night in the company of the Deborah Bonham Band. Bring along a friend and go home with loads of happy endorphins coursing through your body!!!!
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