Category Archives: Three Pressed Men
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.
John Barleycorn Cold Haily Windy Night The Grey Funnel Line The Half Century A Song for Cyril Only Remembered As the Sun Was Setting The Agincourt Carol The Rose of No Man’s Land Night Piece / Mad Dick John Ball … Continue reading
I’ve made a simple photo montage to go with the first track on the album, John Barleycorn, and posted it on YouTube. You can watch it here: John Barleycorn – Three Pressed Men It’s not going to give Godley and … Continue reading
Here it is, the wonderful cover illustration that Tom Bower has created for Scythe, Sword and Anchor. Compare it to the back-cover photo posted last month – see what we did there? Also, here are excerpts from three of the … Continue reading
Naming an album is a tricky thing. It needs to be snappy, memorable, unique, relavant to the group and the material on the album. Designing a cover illustration to go with it is just as important…
This is one of a monthly series of “Afternoon Tea Recitals” held in a pretty little church on the edge of the Chilterns. As the name suggests, tea is served afterwards. There’s only a limited number of seats in the … Continue reading
We’re back for a third performance at this friendly venue with its excellent acoustic. As before, our advice is to book in advance and get there early. On both previous occasions the church was full, including the gallery!
17 years after we released Plain English, and 12 years since we started working on it, our “difficult” third album is nearly ready.
Three Pressed Men have been invited to take our music to the seaside in the first weekend of June. We’ll be playing on Saturday 3rd, in the afternoon for about 45-50 minutes. UPDATE: our slot starts at 3pm. How appropriate! … Continue reading
Three Pressed Men will be performing a few songs during the interval of May’s Oxfolk Ceilidh. The dance band that night is Out of Hand, with caller Rhianwen Davies.