Thursday 10th August 2017 Bristol International Balloon Fiesta Victorian Bandstand Stage 4pm for 45 mins
Saturday 12th August 2017 Bowie’s Beckenham Oddity/Bandstand Day Croydon Road Recreation Centre Beckenham BR3 3PR Time Onstage 4.40pm https://www.facebook.com/bowies.beckenham.oddity/ http://www.wegottickets.com/sct/WCkvZmQRvp
Tuesday 15th August 2017 Broadstairs Folk Week Crampton Museum The Broadway Broadstairs CT10 2AB Time Onstage 5.0pm 01843 871133 http://www.broadstairsfolkweek.org.uk/events/artist/keith-christmas http://www.broadstairsfolkweek.org.uk/
his finest since the ’70s “A star of Bowie’s Beckenham Arts Lab, and sporadic DB collaborator, raspy cult folkie Christmas returns with this open-tuned emotional outpouring – autobiographical, political, haunting – and it’s his finest since the ’70s” Mojo Magazine – March 2017
A powerful and impassioned album by a ’60s survivor with a bellyful of righteous fire. Hot of the presses, the latest edition of fRoots features a wondeful review of Crazy Dancing Days: “Keith Christmas first gained recognition for his guitar playing on several songs (including Letter To Hermione) on David Bowie’s 1969 Space Oddity album, … Continue reading “fRoots CDD Review -March 2017”
Crazy Dancing Days features in the moths fRoots Playlist 5* Album Choices http://www.frootsmag.com/content/issue/charts/frplaylist/ Voice and guitar burning undimmed. Plus Welcome To The End Of The World (One More Time) from the CD Crazy Dancing Days is featured on teh fRoots Radio podcast. Listen to it here: http://www.frootsmag.com/radio/playlists/17/03/ And in the same edition see the review … Continue reading “FRoots Playlist – 5 Star Album Choice”
For those that are interested in this sort of thing here is the set up for recording Crazy Dancing Days. Look at the audio buffers on that.
Keith will be appearing at this event . Do come by and say hello
The first in a tutorial series, this is How to tune to open ‘B’ and play ‘She Came to Me’ from the album, ‘Light of the Dawn‘
The Troubadour in Waterloo Street, Clifton, has been described as the most famous and influential folk club outside London.