Blondes With Beards live at The Queen Victoria

Posted on 01. Oct, 2013 by in Featured, Music

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Stroud filmmaker, Matt Archibald writes: “A slow song: The Lake Isle of Innisfree, (originally a poem by WB Yeats), first put to music by “Cherish The Ladies”, here performed by: “Blondes With Beards”, followed by a song about bonnie wee Jeannie Mccaul, at the competition for the support slot of Spiers and Boden at The Stroud Folk Festival 2013, (held at The Subscription Rooms on 21st September 2013), with the final words by the manager of The Subs: Mr. Paul Mclaughlin at The Queen Victoria Public House on Gloucester Street, Stroud, UK, with the last joke from the pub manager: Rob.”

Another of Blondes With Beards from Matt – performing an old Iris Dement song: “Let The Mystery Be” – see:

And another rendition of Innisfree:

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