We had our second Close to the Equinox mini indoor music festival at the Cottenham Community Centre last week, I’d spent pretty much most of my time since the last one organising this one, recruiting musicians, building the roster and then delegating all the jobs on the day so that I ended up more stressed with nothing to do but wait for my band’s allocated slot at the end, hahah. Anyway, here’s a couple of spliced video clips Mrs Sciencebase recorded sync’ed with pro quality sound recorded by Calvin and Jason.
We once again raised the roof to raise funds at the Cottenham Community Centre at our second mini indoor music festival. Lots of great local musical talent made for an enchanting and community-spirited evening, with Jane Hackshaw, Steve Poole and their team serving refreshments to keep everyone well watered.
More about the show wot I organised here.
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For every man who fights on foreign shorelines
It matters not to him the flag that he dies under
And if the colour of his skin matters on foreign shorelines
Well, do you see right through it?
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