Author Archives: Mark Fry
A simple schottiche composed during a holiday in the Vendee, in the picturesque fortified village of Vouvant. Easter 2018
UPDATE 31st Jan 2018: We’ve just seen the draft programme. Looks like we’ve got 2 spots on Saturday 21st. Details are still fluid at the moment, but we’re expecting 45 minute sets in a couple of acoustic venues around the … Continue reading
There’s a new series of folk concerts being promoted at The Holywell Music Room under the banner Holywell Music & Folk. The act on Sat 8th Dec will be Emily Mae Winters, with support from Three Pressed Men.
The last time we played in the delightful Unicorn Theatre in Abingdon it was as the support act. This time, we are one half of a double-bill of Oxfordshire acts, alongside The Moonrakers.
It’s been a little while since Oxford Folk Club found a “Three Pressed Men-shaped” gap in their schedules so we’re delighted to be returning there in February 2018. We’ll include a few numbers from our recent album, Scythe, Sword and … Continue reading
At quite short notice, we’ve been asked back to The White Hart in Wolvercote (OX2 8PQ). Music starts about 8pm. Admission is free, but you won’t be allowed to leave until you’ve put some money in the jug 😉
A friend of the band brought her iPhone to our gig at Ipsden church on Sunday and has posted some video on YouTube. Thanks Millie! Marrow Bones / The Railway Just As The Tide Was Flowing Warning: includes spoons playing … Continue reading
Here it is! I’ve just been over to Oxford Duplication Centre in Kidlington and picked up 3 cartons of these little darlings. I managed to sell one before I even got home.
At long last, we’ve got our name on the back of a festival t-shirt. That’s another ambition achieved! It’s not on the top line, and not even one of the names in the largest type, but it’s a start.