The Drystones are two twenty-one year olds from Somerset playing a lively mix of their own interpretations of traditional folk tunes and original compositions. Very accomplished on violin, guitar and whistle at Glastonbury Festival 2013 they were Steve Lamacq’s “recommendation of the day”. For just two people they make a lot of sound!
Five-piece i said yes play noisy, soaring folk that has earned them spots onstage beside Florence and the Machine, Stornoway, Johnny Flynn, King Charles and Pendulum DJs, not to mention glowing praise from BBC Introducing Shows, XFM, For Folk’s Sake, Bloody Awful Poetry and the Glastonbury Festival Emerging Talent Longlist.
This event is organised by The Bell. The Bell is an award winning, historic free house and music pub on the edge of Bath city centre, owned by 518 of its customers, fans and workers.