December 15th at the Gallery Cafe in Bethnal Green – 16 great acts over two stages, a vertiable folk music extravaganza! Expect mulled wine, mince pies, mistletoe and all that good stuff! (Rumour has it Santa might even drop off some presents, you’d be a fool to miss it!)
Music from 3pm, we are on stage at 8pm.
This event will in all likelihood sell out, so grab tickets ahead of time to avoid dissapointment: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/248799
Do the facebook shuffle here: https://www.facebook.com/events/351531084992336/
We’ll be headlining at Patch & The Giant‘s Sunday Fete at The Boogaloo -
Look here on For Folk’s Sake for a wee preview outlining all the great acts that will be playing!
We’re most excited to play Before the Gold Rush for the second time! Here’s the facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/134104886765822/
Slow Wolf are delighted to present RIDE THAT TRAIN! An afternoon and evening of fantastical folk and blues music in the cosy Boogaloo in High Gate. Proceedings will begin about 4:30, with music brought to you by the impecabble:
Ma Polaine’s Great Decline (www.mapolainesgreatdecline.com)
Rodrigo Braga (www.rodbraga.com/)
Cosmo House (http://www.youtube.com/user/CosmoHouseLive)
Danny Sherwood Triage (www.dannysherwood.com)
Oo La Lume (www.oolalume.co.uk)
and your hosts SLOW WOLF! (www.slowwolf.com)
AND ABOVE ALL: The Clay Oven Pizza Company pop up pizza trailer is on site from 4pm!! Great food, great ale, great company, great music! What more could anyone want?!?
Live music 4.30pm-9pm
312 ARCHWAY ROAD, N6 5AT
(tube: High Gate, northern line)
We’re looking forward to playing at the awesome Sunday blues and Roots session at The Boogaloo in Archway on Sunday 20th January. It promises to be a great night for all as there are will be some great bands playing with us. Not least, our pal Danny Sherwood – who will be joined by our rockin’ fiddle player!
We’ve been busy working away on our debut album over October / November / December, and we’ll have a few tracks ready for release afore long!
We’re big fans of The Old Queens Head in Angel – it’s lovely venue to play at! The only downside is that you’re staring at your own reflection in a mirror at the other side of the room, if you’re standing up,; which is a tad off-putting!