31/10/14….Autumn update

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Autumn’s here (my favourite season)…time to batten down the hatches, light fires, and drink red wine… but hey, don’t stay in watching dodgy TV, live music needs your support!

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After a quick break in Scotland (where I’m sure it stopped raining for at least 2 hours while we were there!), I’m fully refreshed and ready to start part two of the “Autumn Before The Winter Tour 2014” (see list of gigs below)…a couple of sold out shows (Processed Pea Folk Club near Beverley, and Liverpool’s Lantern Theatre), otherwise some tickets should still available for the other shows (ticket details… Continue reading

01/10/14 update…tour details

Here are all the tour dates for the “Autumn Before The Winter” tour…full details can be found on my Facebook artist page, or here on this website under “gigs”

Oct

2nd   London – St Pancras Old Church

3rd   Farnham, Surrey – housegig* (SOLD OUT)

4th   Worthing – The John Seldon (SOLD OUT)

10th Wollaston – Housegig (CANCELLED DUE TO ORGANIZER’S ILL HEALTH…will try and re-schedule for 2015) 

11th Huntingdon – Hartford Village Hall (SOLD OUT)

12th Coventry – housegig (on an allotment!)*

17th Preston – housegig*… Continue reading

22/09/14 update….The Autumn Before the Winter Tour 2014

Time for an update, I feel, (apologies to anyone on my mailing list who might have already received this info)

It’s been a crazy year on the road, I think I’ll have clocked up nearly 60 gigs by December. Thanks to all of you who have attended a gig, and especially those who’ve booked me for housegigs; they’ve been brilliant, and are continuing to come in at an alarming rate (5 already in for next year).

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Have to thank my regular partner-in-crime, guitarist Les Glover (aka Loved up Les™), who’s helped make the gigs so enjoyable…we are having the… Continue reading

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The difficult second album is now available to buy from the usual places.

Henry’s House Gigs

10Henry has recently started playing private house-concerts and finds these some of the most enjoyable gigs he does.

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There's no greater compliment that can be paid to the album [The Last Mad Surge of Youth] than to say quite plainly that it's a really enjoyable album, one for repeated listening and guaranteed to touch a nerve of some sort for fans of a certain age who will enjoy the ponderings and contemplations"

Mike Ainscoe, Fatea Records


Next Gig

Nov
8
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8:00 pm Burton on Trent, @ tHE mADhOUSE,
Burton on Trent, @ tHE mADhOUSE,
Nov 8 @ 8:00 pm
NEW VENUE FOR mADhOUSE Stapenhill Institute Club 23 Main St,  Burton upon Trent, DE15 9AP 01283 533351 http://www.madhouseuk.com/page_19.html

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Henry Priestman
Facebook IconOctober 31, 2014 at 6:30 pm

Happy hallowe'en, y'all...I'm cunningly avoiding all the "trick or treating" by going out to see my mate Lotte Mullan supporting Moulettes ....should be a good night.

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Facebook IconOctober 31, 2014 at 11:24 am

Anyone in Whitchurch/Wrexham area; I've been booked for a charity housegig on Sunday Nov 16th. It's in aid of Borderbrook School Library, and on at Tallarn Green Village Hall (how I love Village Hall gigs!)...there are a few tickets available to the general public...if you're interested, check poster below, or, if the writing's too small (!) try under "Events" in left hand column.

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Henry Priestman
Facebook IconOctober 29, 2014 at 8:11 am

Great review of last month's Cornucopia Festival; don't think we've ever been described as a festival "musical highlight" before...http://www.fatea-records.co.uk/magazine/2014/Cornucopia.html
Mind you, having Longcroft School's 26-strong Longcroft Gospel Choir join us on a few tracks must have helped...great pic by Viceversarobbi Fotografia from side o' stage.

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Henry Priestman
Facebook IconOctober 27, 2014 at 6:12 pm

Well, I know where I was 35 years ago tonight!

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Facebook IconOctober 26, 2014 at 9:19 pm

Brilliant few days in Scotland staying with friends in a cottage right by Loch Etive...yesterday there was a power cut for 17 (SEVENTEEN!) hours (took me right back to the 70's!), so we lit a fire by the loch, put on jumpers, sang songs, drank wine, and toasted our lack of wi-fi!...(tho' we did let out a cheer when the 'lecky was back on this morning)

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