Well, what a day that was! Skinner & T'witch had a fantastic Pick 'n Mix We Shall Overcome Acoustic Roots Solidarity Festival at The Grove Inn in Leeds! £471 was raised for Leeds' Foodbanks! A mighty 'thank you' to all! You can still donate (until 5.11)
Sunday, October 7, 2018 by T'witch Filed in: Festival | Fundraising | Live | Live Streaming
Well, what a day that was!
A humongous ‘thank you’ to everyone who came along to/watched online/donated to/played at The Grove Inn in Leeds yesterday for Skinner & T’witch’s 15th Pick n’ Mix We Shall Overcome Acoustic Roots Solidarity Festival, in support of Leeds’ Food-banks! We raised £471!
You can still donate (for the next month) via (the link below):
Steve and I had an amazing day! It was a very great privilege for us to be able to listen to so many hours of wall-to-wall talent, in a warm and supportive environment, with people with shared values. Well done to Joe Solo for igniting the We Shall Overcome spark, so that we can fan the flames, and for his powerful set (as ever!): www.joesolomusic.com
Well done also to:
Iona Lane: www.ionalane.com
Harry Skully: www.harryskully.bandcamp.com
Monologue John Bartley: www.monologuejohnbartley.bandcamp.com
Jon Palmer and Wendy Ross: www.jonpalmeracousticband.com
Mather Robinson: www.mather-robinson.com
Scott Wainwright and Chris Martin: www.facebook.com/chrismartinandscottwainwright
Marek Dusil: www.reverbnation.com/marekdusilblend
Yan Tan Tether (Lynne O'Malley, Tess Leslie, Rosie Knighton): www.yantantether.bandcamp.com/releases
Steve Suffet: www.stevesuffet.com
Den Miller: www.denmiller.com
Naghma (Satnam Rathore): www.soundcloud.com/naghma-band
David Swann: www.davidswann.weebly.com
Rum Doodle: www.rumdoodle.bandcamp.com
Miranda Arieh: www.mirandaarieh.com
Hassan Erraji and Oriental Craze: www.konimusic.co.uk/portfolio/hassanerraji
The Captain of The Lost Waves (Shaun T Hunter): www.captainofthelostwaves.com
You can check out videos from the day for each artist via:
‘Thank you’ so much to Wendy Doyle and Leeds Food-bank volunteers who helped out, and who do such an amazing job week in, week out, supporting people in crisis in Leeds.
A big ‘thank you’ to Yorkshire’s very own Daz in the Hat, BCB Radio presenter and big supporter of independent music, who did a sterling job as guest MC during the evening of the Festival: www.dazinthehat.com
Another big 'thank you' to our amazing Sound Engineer and pal, Carl Rosamond, for 12 hours of sound and video!
A big ‘thank you’ too to Dave Knowlson and everyone at the oh-so-special Grove Inn in Leeds for being so marvellously chilled and helpful and supportive and welcoming.