Beard Of Destiny EXCLUSIVE interview [Video]

Dave from GiddyUpOxford.com interviewed Graham Barlow from Beard Of Destiny just before he went on stage to play at the GiddyUp Music Show @ The Wheatsheaf in Oxford, England.

You can hear Abingdon band Superloose performing “We Are The Fishermen” in the background!

 

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Beard Of Destiny Ted Ate Keith

Beard Of Destiny – “Ted Ate Keith” [Video]

GiddyUp Music Presents… Beard Of Destiny LIVE at The Wheatsheaf, Oxford, England. Beard Of Destiny played a great set last Sunday 3rd July 2016 at The Wheatsheaf. It was so good we made a video! Check out Beard Of Destiny’s “Ted Ate Keith” below! A fun song with witty lyrics. For the latest music and information, please go to: Beard Of Destiny website: http://beardofdestiny.net Continue reading Beard Of Destiny – “Ted Ate Keith” [Video]

GiddyUp Music at The Wheatsheaf Oxford

Superloose, Beard Of Destiny, Spoon Theory, Purple May, Sammy Pope and Sarah

We would like to thank all the acts that played our GiddyUp Music Show on Sunday 3rd July at The Wheatsheaf, Oxford. Lovely and entertaining sets by all! Acts featured on the day: Superloose, Beard of Destiny, Purple May, Spoon Theory, Sammy Pope and Sarah. Great to see everyone, thank you to all that could make it to the show! Continue reading Superloose, Beard Of Destiny, Spoon Theory, Purple May, Sammy Pope and Sarah

Henry Cluney Mad Larry The Corsairs GiddyUp Wheatsheaf

Henry Cluney, Mad Larry, The Corsairs at The Wheatsheaf, Oxford [Review]

Henry Cluney Mad Larry The Corsairs GiddyUp Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf – Oxford, England – Sunday June 19, 2016 review

Well, what can I say! Firstly I would like to thank all the musicians who performed and also thank everyone who came out to enjoy the eclectic mix of music played.

It was an early start on Sunday afternoon. We, Purple May, began at about 1.45pm. We played some of our original songs and a few covers, like “That’s Entertainment” (The Jam) and “Because The Night” (Bruce Springsteen/Patti Smith). We then cleared a space for Osprey, who we have down as one of the busiest musicians and promoters in Oxford. He played a varied set, I always love his take on the Johnny Cash song “Folsom Prison Blues”.

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