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Wednesday 30th November 2022 14:16:00

Blues New From Portsmouth - December 2022 - Walker Broad Crowd Funder At Indiegogo

Hello all,

** A Day For Crows Crowd Funder **

It's been a quieter time for gigs for us this autumn but we have been using
that time to plan Walker Broads next CD. Over the last ten years we've
written a heap of material, some blues based, some jazz and some folk, (in
fact our usual melange of genres!)

To kickstart the recording process we've created a fund raiser at Indiegogo.
This allows you to join us in working towards the goal of the new CD by
purchasing various "perks", from a digital copy of our first CD "A Walk
Abroad" up to your very own Walker Broad house concert.

Take a look at our page

The campaign runs until December 30th and we are looking forward to booking
the studio in the new year.

Also if you can't contribute financialy you can still help by sharing the
link on your social media etc with anyone you think mght be interested.

** Recent Youtube Videos **

Earlier in the summer Walker Broad had a lot of fun at the "Music In A
Field" private festival at a "secret location" in Oxfordshire.

Here are a couple of videos from that event.

Live version of the title track of the aformentioned CD
"A Day For Crows"

Another number we'll put on the CD, this one a little more folky
Shadowed Land

From a solo gig at Summer Of Love party in Kent here is my take on DR Ross's
song the last time, with the harmonoca melody transcribed onto slide

** Auckland Jam **

The first Sunday of the month is coming up this weekend (December 4th) so if
course we will be amming at The Auckland Arms, Netley Road Southsea, PO5
2NH. Music starts at about 1pm get there for 12:30 if you want to set up
and play. All are welcome as ever whether it be to play listen or dance.

Also the first Sunday of 2023 will be New Years Day, so we are planning to
Jam then, so come on down and ease those New Years Eve hangovers with some
mellow blues then maybe move down the road to The Barley Mow for Shep
Woolleys charoty spectacular...

Booking in gigs for next year with some welcome returns to old venues and
festivals so have great finish to this year and please do have read of our
fundraiser page...

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