We keep a busy diary with around forty gigs a year – recently including both Banbury and Bicester Folk Festivals, Hanfest, concert venue The Stables, Swanbourne Festival (UK), Ferrara Buskers Festival (Italy), dozens of clubs and local events plus a regular run of barn dances for which we both play and call.
Based in Buckingham, we regularly host Buckingham Acoustic Club on a Thursday and are part of the team for the annual Music in the Market in the town centre.

We have a varied repertoire, of music we enjoy and play; based upon original songs including folk song and tunes, right through to jump’n’jive. We tailor our material for each event in line with our audiences, our recent focus being on original material: catchy songs covering topics from dancing, imagining a great future, optimism & pessimism, gap-year travel, things not ‘built to last’, cyber-girls; to the whole industrial revolution (in just four verses and three choruses!). We’re pleased to have received great feedback on our songs from bookers, reviewers and other artists, and have released two CDs with a third on the way early 2019.

The story starts in Leicester, June 1957 with Bob Cort skiffle group's LP recording of "Your feet's too big"; later ‘liberated’ from Burbidge's boarded up record shop on the Uppingham Road... If you're curious, click on the links on the blackboard below for the journey so far.