Jefferson Duke has been confirmed for a second year at Beacon Festival, a boutique family event celebrating the longest day of summer high up on The Chiltern Hills of South Oxfordshire. He’ll be playing the Hilltop Stage on Saturday 20th June 2015. Tickets on sale here.
This competition is a massive deal for any festival loving artist (like me), and with thousands of entries every year I’m massively grateful to SBTV for putting me forward.
2015 has got off to a flying start, with several days in the studio, a handful of festival confirmations, and another awesome ‘free entry’ London gig. This time I’ll be gracing the stage at Smiths in Spitalfields, at 20:30pm. More info on venue location and other bands playing on the night can be found here.
This gallery contains 12 photos.
A few shots from the latest session at Stawhouse Studios in Oxfordshire, working with the talented producer/engineer/beard-wearing Rowland Prytherch. We’ve almost finished three tracks so far and I can’t wait for you to hear the results. The frosty Oxon countryside … Continue reading
Awesome review from the chaps at jamsphere. A little overwhelmed with the part that says ‘Five stars is not enough‘, but perhaps it’s out of 100.
Feel free to read the full review here.
Awesome review of ‘The Garden’ from the chaps at PaperWingsMedia.
“A lonely electric guitar echoing throughout the room. A primal Stomp. A close-up, heartfelt and deep vocal performance. This are the main components of Jefferson Duke’s The Garden.
This song is soothing and minimalistic, yet there is a tension that leads to a climatic progression as the song goes on. Jefferson’s whispered vocal melodies turn into a liberating howl that sends chills down my spine.
As opposed to adding layer after layer, Jefferson makes a clever and minimal use of his looper, placing different riffs into the song with taste and attention to detail. The song is available for free download. Don’t miss it!”
Read the full review here.
Jefferson Duke has been confirmed for the Phoenix Stage on Saturday 13th September at Exeter’s Acoustica Festival.
This year’s festival of alt-folk, folktronica and Americana – music of acoustic origin – takes place at six venues and across eleven stages. Tickets are available for individual nights or for Friday & Saturday combined.
More info here: http://acousticafestival.co.uk/
This gallery contains 8 photos.
A few snaps from the Main Stage and Surf Shack Stage at Glass Butter Beach in Wales. Awesome festival and awesome people.