February 2017 at Sutton House – Anchors Away/On The Dry Land
(Filmed by Ashley Jones. Sound by James Larcombe)
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
Hurrah, the first full band William D Drake concert of this year! They are one of the headliners at ‘Peoples Day’ festival in Mountsfield Park, SE London, on Saturday 8th July. It’s an annual FREE festival attracting 25,000 people, with music on six stages, international food, refreshment tents, children’s activities, craft, sports, fun fair…
Mr Drake and his band are greatly looking forward to playing lots of very jolly songs on The Big Top stage, in the late afternoon ….. following a day of merry larks and a scrumptious picnic!
17.30 – 18.15 The Big Top Stage
Saturday 8th July 2017. 12.00-20.00
Admission – FREE
Mountsfield Park. Brownhill Road. London SE6 1AN
Nearest rail stations Catford Bridge, Catford, Hither Green and lots of bus routes. (Parking near the festival is very difficult on the day)