More from Stroud Fringe 2015

Posted on 12. Oct, 2015 by in Featured, Music

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“100 Personalities” performed by Wildflowers, who are: Siddy, Kit, James & Kendal, performing live on The Canal Stage at Stroud Fringe Festival 2015. See also ‘Friends’ and ‘Tell Them I’m Your Woman’:

Click on ‘Fringe Festival’ tag below for more films – and below are more links of Matt Archibald’s films of the Fringe.

Big thanks Matt for films and words below (do let us know if you have more info re music and bands you would like us to share):

Stroud’s Thee Ones on the Canal Stage:

Country buskers playing outside an old Shoe Shop in Stroud during the Fringe Festival on a human-powered rig! Singing a song entitled: Cocaine about this dangerous narcotic:

Country-Folk duo: Seth Bye and Katie Griffin performing truly acoustically (after the generator breakdown) live on the Canal Stage at Stroud Fringe Festival 2015:  and another from the duo “Whisky Before Breakfast”: and

Two young men playing a Django Reinhardt number outside the old shoe shop on Kings Street in Stroud on the Saturday of the Stroud Fringe Festival 2015, amplified by courtesy of volunteer peddle-pushers in a renewable energy stylee:

Senegalese musician/Kora player: Diabel Cisshouko and band closing The Cornhill Stage:

A fire juggler/ eater etc. entertains on The High Street:

Rob Lear, Ukulele, and his percussive/backing vocals assistant, live on The Canal Stage on Saturday of The Stroud Fringe Festival 2015, perform a truly acoustic set (due to generator failure):

The JP Allstars Silver Band, with their “new” guest conductor, playing The Floral Dance, live at The Queen Victoria public house, on Gloucester Street:

Two young ladies on The Emerging Talent Stage outside The Subscription Rooms: and this one:

An early morning club-night at Fred’s Bar, in The Old Town Hall:

DJ Daddy Pun (AKA Tom Lowery), spinnnin some fat toons, on the Block Party stage at Stroud Fringe:

3 piece Psychobilly combo, with some punk-rock attitude: The Corsairs, live at Stroud Fringe Festival, featuring some strong language and interesting antics, performing cover versions, of British Ska artists at The Queen Victoria, public house, on Gloucester Street, Stroud: and another noisy one: and here performing a cover of A “Stray Cats” song, entitled: “Little Miss Pussy”: and ‘Rock and Roll’:

Dub Reggae, proclaiming that Jah Rastafari will keep them on the straight and narrow, live at The Crown and Sceptre. Apologies for the distortion: (unfortunately beyond my control…):

Electronic Dance Music Stage:

Dancing to a reggae tune: Sexual Healing, by Bob Marley, late at night, on The “Block Party” Stage:

DJ spinning Collie Buddz’ “Come Around” to a lively audience at The Block Party Stage at Stroud Fringe Festival 2015 followed by Major Lazer’s “We All Need Someone To Lean On”:

Lucy entertaining kids, in the Library Tent at The Stroud Fringe Festival. See:

The last 30 seconds of Ramses funky set at The Stroud Fringe Festival;


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