We’re very pleased to be playing The Final Sunday Session of the year at The Railway Inn this coming weekend.
Join us, The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake, with David 9 Lunas and Tolly Snell as we celebrate a fine year of Sunday sessions.
It’s Bank Holiday Sunday, so that’s means it’s your national duty by Royal proclamation to “lead in extending British holidays over a longer summer period” and spend an extra afternoon in a beer garden daytime-drinking in what is guaranteed to be sunny British weather.
As well as live music, good beer and good company there will also be an all you can eat BBQ for £8! Sounds perfect.
See you down the front!
In case you missed it, here’s the link to hear our session on the BBC from this week. Thanks to Ben, Jack, Sarah and the rest of the team for making us feel so welcome.
The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake with BBC Somerset’s Ben McGrail
To get you set up for the long weekend The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake will be playing live and having a bit of a chat on BBC Somerset tomorrow morning! You can listen to our new four-piece sound on 95.5FM 1566AM, DAB or online. We’re due on from 11am.
So finally the time is upon us and we will be making our Godney debut at this very popular festival this weekend. So popular in fact, tickets have sold out except for a few in local retail outlets (Jaywalk Guitars and Chop Hairdressers may still have some…)
This weekend your favourite trio of troubadours will be playing at the The Wheatsheaves in Frome. And after our outing in Glastonbury as a twosome last week, we shall be back to full triple-snake strength.
We were gutted to have to postpone our date earlier in the year but looking forward to coming and making our Frome debut.
We’ll be playing with two other acts Dexter’s Extra Breakfast and Kirsty Clinch and tickets are only £3!. Bargain. Music starts at 7.30.
See you down the front.
Here’s a list of the live dates confirmed for 2016 – but there are more in the pipeline, so make sure you keep coming back.
If you’re interested in booking The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake for your event, please go to our ‘Contact UsSs‘ page.
Saturday 16th: Wassail! at The Lamb and Lion, Hambridge
Thursday 25th: Glastonbury FM session.
Saturday 27th: Glastonbury Calling! The Rifleman’s, Glastonbury.
Friday 4th: Hawthorns, Glastonbury.
Saturday 12th: The Lamb and Lion, Hambridge
19th – The Wheatsheafs, Frome
Saturday 2nd: CIC CIC, Taunton. CICCIC Music Festival (Headline)
Saturday 7th: The Rifleman’s Arms, Glastonbury
Saturday 14th: The New Market, Weston Super Mare.
Saturday 4th: Private Function (Wedding)
Friday 15th: Wonky Donk Festival, Nr Poole, Dorset.
Saturday 16th: Godney Gathering, Godney, Somerset
29th/30th: Farmfest, Bruton, Somerset.
Saturday 6th: Private Function (Wedding)
We were gutted to have to postpone our date at The Red Lion in West Pennard over the summer. It’s an iconic piece of rural pubbery. So much so, it featured in this year’s pre-world cup VisitEngland TV advert. And if you’ve ever walked that long trek from Glastonbury festival to Glastonbury town, you’re surely familiar with it.
But best things come to those that wait and we will be making up for lost time when we come to raise the roof this Saturday. Find out your dancing shoes and cider hat, the Snakes will entertaining the Lion this Saturday.
Well done to all who came and helped make OxJam at The King Arthur a success.
In 2014 the at Oxjam King Arthur raised £164. After adding up all the pennies, foreign coins, old lottery tickets, micro sd cards and other dodgy material. this year we smashed it by raising £274.01!
Unfortunately, on the night a last minute family emergency meant that we were down to 2 men and had to do some quick thinking but managed to get something together and helped to out part. And we doff our caps to all the other amazing musicians who donated their time and talent for free: UKID, TheEntangledband, Henry Wacey, Paul O’Reilly for sound engineering even though he was feeling unwell, The King Arthur for hosting, Phoenix Somerset, GFM and Central Somerset Gazette for their help to promote the event and everyone who came to support the event and donated to Oxfam. Especially big well-done to Missy Edwards who not only masterminded the whole event but also made a fantastic post-Missart live debut. Lots of pictures and video from the night are circulating Facebook and we’ll have some to upload here soon.
We’ll also be playing at two further OxJam Somerset events at the end of the month: Friday 30th at The White Hart in Taunton and 31st at Glastonbury Bocabar (hopefully with all 3 of us this time). To find out more about Oxjam look on www.phoenixsomerset.org.uk.
If you missed our live session on Glastonbury FM last week, you can listen again here.
We went on to promote last week’s OxJam show at The King Arthur with Missy Edwards and played 3 songs: shakeSHAKEshake, The Ballad of David Van Day and Whoowee! We’re on from about 26-50mins.
There’s loads of music from other local bands on there too. Thursday Live is a weekly showcase of local music and if you haven’t checked it out already then you should. Big thanks to Ian Liversidge for having us on and making us feel at home. We look forward to popping in again soon.
Next up on The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake’s calendar is the first leg of OxJam at the King Arthur Inn, Glastonbury on Friday October 2nd.
Grim pictures in the news recently remind us all what an important role charities like Oxfam play in the world so we are really pleased to be able to do our bit. And we always love playing down at the Arfer so what could be better?
I’ll tell you what – it ain’t just us but a stack of other acts from across the musical spectrum: Missy Edwards, Henry Wacey, Entangled Band, Duncan Batey and UK:ID. There’s got to be something there to take your fancy!
And they’ve got proper cider in the King Arthur too.
To promote the gig, we’ll be appearing on Glastonbury FM the night before to play a few songs. So tune in to 107.1 FM (or listen online) Thursday evening and hear how that goes.
Hope to see you on Friday for a proper good night out!