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 was held in a small marquee at The Brothers Arms in Heeley, Sheffield. A pub with a beer garden featuring magnificent views over the valley. Such a poignant location as it was also Mole’s local.
It was a stunning gig and was also the first full 5 piece Ethryll gig with all the band together including new guitarist Jake.
It was also a perfect day to play our song Burning Blue which is about a perfect Summer day. As the festival continued we were treated to a magnificent sunset.
Quite a few pictures were taken – the gallery is below.
I suspect more photos will come in over the next few days so keep checking back!
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, the next gig on Tuesday next week is not happening any more due to a mix up, but we’ve just managed to pull a support with a known band later in October so all is good really!