February 2017 at Sutton House – Anchors Away/On The Dry Land
(Filmed by Ashley Jones. Sound by James Larcombe)
Progressive Aspect December 2017 – by Phil Lively
Onomatopoeia Records 10th Birthday celebrations, an all day event with performances from Onomatopoeia bands past and present.
‘Mr William D Drake and his full band of so called friends’ headline the event.
New Cross Inn is a modest size venue, for such an event, therefore purchasing tickets in advance is recommended.
The line-up: William D Drake : Barringtone : Stephen EvEns : A.J.Holmes : Magic Brother : cassettes : Sculpture (Dan Hayhurst solo) : DJ sets from The Gasman and Horton Jupiter
Saturday 16th September 2017 – doors open 3pm
Tickets £5 buy See Tickets here
New Cross Inn, 323 New Cross Road, London SE14 6AS
‘The Black Blooded Clam’ performed at Sutton House(London) in February, by Mr William D Drake, Miss Nicola Baigent and Mr James Larcombe.
(Filmed by Ashley Jones, Sound recorded by James Larcommbe).
24 hours to go until William D Drake and his band grace the Big Top Stage (5.30pm) at Peoples Day free festival in SE London. A rare full band show!
‘Peoples Day’. Mountsfield Park. London SE6 1AN
Less than 2 weeks until ‘Peoples Day’ FREE festival in Lewisham, South East London. Look how happy Mr Drake is to be one of the the headliners!
*Re-scheduled show – Please note this is an afternoon event 14.30-18.00*
William D Drake will perform a selection of his tunes at the pianoforte in St Anne and St Agnes Church – a Sir Christopher Wren (1680) church in the City of London; he will be accompanied by Miss Baigent on clarinet and Mr James Larcombe with his hurdy-gurdy. Mr Drake is supporting the estimable North Sea Radio Orchestra presenting music from their new album ‘Dronne’.
Gresham Centre – St Anne and St Agnes Church, Gresham Street. London Ec2V 7BX
Tickets £10 + £1 booking fee buy here We Got Tickets
Sunday 26th November 2017