Well that’s a wrap from us for the week dear reader. Just think, we could have a prime minister who thinks Jason Isbell is “anodyne” in a month’s time. Anyway, we’re going to be down in sunny (hopefully) Kent for the weekend for Black Deer – if you’re there, please come and say hello (I look like a much older and more haggard version of my face pic). We leave you this week with this lovely clip from 1972 of Kris Kristofferson who is playing Black Deer this weekend with his band The Strangers. Have a good one.
Gill Tee is one of the co-founders of the Black Deer Festival which takes place at Eridge Park in Kent between the 21st and 23rd of June. This year’s line up includes Band of Horses, The Shires, John Butler Trio and Kris Kristofferson. Continue reading “Interview: Gill Tee, co-founder of the Black Deer Festival”
Oh crikey, this is looking like it’s going to be an event and a half. What’s probably turning into the UK’s biggest americana and country music festival has just announced some more names to its line-up for this year, and some of them are huge, including: sister trio The Staves who toured with First Aid Kit last year; Country Music Hall of Fame inductee and global legend Kris Kristofferson who’ll be playing with the late Merle Haggard’s band The Strangers; and erstwhile New Pornographer Neko Case. You can see the new full line-up below, with more names to be announced. Continue reading “Black Deer adds Case, Kristofferson and Earle (Justin Townes) to 2019 line-up”