Hi Guys. I'll be playing another track from your superb Still Waters album on this Sundays (8 July) PROG MILL on Progzilla Radio. The show starts at 10pm UK with your track just after the start. Greetings from the Devon coast.
The Prog Mill – New and classic progressive rock every Sunday between 10pm and midnight UK time (2100-2300 UTC/GMT or 11pm to 1am in Europe, on Progzilla Radio. The UK’s only dedicated 24/7 progressive rock network. Hear the show online at www.progzilla.com/listen or via the tune-in app and on internet radio platforms.
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Just a shout out to Dorkfest. We have played there the last couple of years and some of us are playing there again, but in various other different bands. Should be a great fun filled day....we hope to be back playing there next year! ... See MoreSee Less
Live Music Eclectix, The Collective, Paige Potterton, The Unblessed, Going South, Emnibis, Troubled Minds, Oliver Hall, Bryony Dunn Band, Kate Flanders and more TBA Find Out More Food and Drink Licensed bar, BBQ, Beer Tent, Ice Cream, Fish & Chips, Doughnuts, and many other stalls. Bring a picnic! F...
Merchandise Our new album “Still Water” now available to buy on vinyl (limited offer – comes with free CD inside) Price includes packaging and postage (UK only)(If you want to have an album posted outside the UK send us an request on our contact form)
It is with great sadness that we have to announce that Terry passed away on Friday.
Those of you on our mailing list know that he had been living with cancer for some time. Unfortunately, despite various treatments, his condition deteriorated rapidly in the time since our show in Redhill, three weeks ago.
His phenomenal performances at recent shows are testament to his enormous commitment to the band and determination not to let you, the audience, down. All of us in G2 would like to express our gratitude for the overwhelmingly positive response from audiences at our recent shows, and in particular from those of you who came to The Stables. Terry was always his own harshest critic, but we all knew (because you kept telling us) that he was singing better than ever.
We have one more show left before the summer break. It will be at The Half Moon in Putney next Friday. Terry, in typical style, insisted that the show must go on. We are pleased to announce that Dave Whitehouse, of No Jacket Required and, previously, Invisible Touch will be with us on stage. Dave has been working with us and Terry for a while to be ready to step in as a dep if needed. He comes with the Terry stamp of approval and his talent and humanity will help us perform at a show that will be more than a little tinged with sadness. It will be a celebration of the music that Terry loved.
It has been an honour and a privilege to have served with our Tel for so many years. He had huge talent and fabulous humour. We loved him like a brother and shall miss him deeply.