This weekend The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake will be returning to The Riflemans Arms in Glastonbury, where we played earlier in the year as part of Glastonbury calling. It was an absolute blast with people up and dancing from the off and we’ve been looking forward to getting back there.
As a special treat, this time not only will we be playing a live set, including some new material, we will also be sharing our record collection with you as we hit the decks. Yes, we will be delivering a vinyl DJ set too. Expect an eclectic mix of rockabilly, cowpunk, ska, country, spaghetti westerns, 60s Garage Punk and a load of other stuff. It set to be a scorcher of a weekend so come and join us for a drink and a boogie!
See you down the fornt.
In case you missed it, here’s a video recapping Glastonbury Calling in February. (We appear at about 50 secs). A great little round-up of all of the acts/bands that took part. Well done again to GFM’s Ian Liversidge for making it happen. Roll on next year!
Wow! Glastonbury Calling WAS brilliant! Loads of great bands, great crowds and a great atmosphere. We had a fab time playing our first gig at The Rifleman’s Arms to a fun crowd who were dancing, singing along and joining in on percussion from the off! But better than that we got to mix with friends and see loads of other top notch acts (special mentions for Missy Edwards and John D Revelator and Idles and September Son and …the list is too long! And a heap of money was raised for Glastonbury FM. Ace.
We’re busy making plans for our diaries next year and lining up lots of live dates as well as preparing new material. You’ll hear more about this all soon. But one thing you need to know about sooner is this: Glastonbury Calling.
Taking place on Saturday 27th February the event will see 30 bands taking over 4 venues across Glastonbury town. £10 will get you a wristband that will get in across all the venues all day. As you can see, there are loads of great bands playing, including our dear friends Missy Edwards and John D Revelators. £10 to see so much great music is an absolute bargain.