For the second year in a row, i’ve had the pleasure to be invited to play at “Rock The Boat”, a very special appointment for me: it’s a small local festival held in Brundall, in the outskirts of Norwich, where every year the primary school puts up a weekend of Live music and fun for its pupils and families.
Their harmonies are some of the best i’ve heard from a local act and the bassis still play a very old school form of bass guitar, made of a string tied to a wooden stick and a bucket, in the real old blues tradition.
They often busk around the city, and they have that rough energy and stage presence that only street performers can achieve.you can listen to some of their stuff @ https://www.facebook.com/thehehews
After the show, i met some of the young friends and sold some cd’s to their parents, plus i had the chance to give them a small souvenir from the island of Gili Meno,: they could pick one of their favourites from a little box full of colourful tropical seashells !
I hope to be back next year too! the festival seems to be gaining popularity very quickly, and it’s great to see the small community of brundall getting so united and efficient.You’re never too old to join in and have some fun !!! See you last year Brundall School, the school of rock, the school who rocks !