Our band recently played at a really interesting event in the village of Ruddington. It turns out that a survivor of the famous battle of Rorke’s Drift is buried in Ruddington and our band were called in to supply the music for a memorial service for those lost in the battle against the Zulus. We…… Continue reading Almost famous
A few months ago I took over the job of Public Relations from my old mate Ray at band. I took the decision to take the opportunity to update the band website and I’m close to getting the site how I’d want it. It’s temporarily on a new domain while we get the old one…… Continue reading Band website
It seems that I’m in the process of combining two of my favourite activities: brass banding and farting about on the internet. After some sterling work over the years by our old PR man Ray, it is now my responsibility to maintain the Carlton Brass website. Since its inception the website has been lovingly hand-crafted…… Continue reading Updating the band site
I’ve just spent Sunday evening down at the church, and I really enjoyed myself. My band Carlton Brass were playing at Carlton Pentecostal Church, which is an establishment that has had some visits from our band before. Tonight’s event was a kind of celebration of St. George’s day (two days later) and general worship type…… Continue reading Faith!