Archived Saturday 2nd July 2016 GIGS IN THE GARDEN 3 - at The Bull inn

Fundraiser for Pilgrims Hospice

Here's some info on just some of the bands playing:

Opening the event at 2pm will be the new :
An insight into the rehearsals of the band "Happy Trails" as they prepare for the Broadstairs Folk Festival. Filmed, Edited and Produced by Dominic Sandiford.


"Narratones, describes us really - a bit narrow minded when it comes to music. 
We started out in 2012, with similar influences and different stories."

James - Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Nathan - Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar
Matt - Drums
Darren - Bass Guitar

PiF: probably one of the best bands playing in Faversham


"Northern Beauty write songs for people to listen to"

Members: Peter Hill vocals Dave Griffith guitars Kev Tucker Bass Paul Harris Drums Jason Mannion guitars 2

PiF: Take the time to listen to this Canterbury band's  Soundcloud recordings - I think they are very good!


"Captain Patch are a group of scurvy sea dogs who (according to a man in a pub in Sandwich) bring 'balls' to folk music in Kent and surrounding areas. Upbeat, toe tapping, feet stomping and, if we can persuade people - dance! Music is what Captain Patch are about."


The band you see before you solidified in 2013 when four talented musicians came together to play some rock music.

Prior to 2013, when charismatic vocalist (and classical pianist) Jess Link partnered up with distortion-loving and skilful guitarist Paul Watts, the band was conceived. Alongside them came the deep baritone vocals of bassist Mark Christian and the strong beat from the fresh-faced George ‘The King’ Spencer.

Almost at once, they clicked and the band thrived in harmony; as if they had been together for years when it had been a mere few months. The name ‘Creek’ was coined after the waterway in their hometown of Faversham, Kent.

Since their formation they have been performing locally in pubs and have delighted many during the famous Shepherd Neame ‘Hop Fest’ in Faversham. They soon gained prominence for their energising stage work and have played county-wide.

Creek are currently working hard on original tracks in the studio, preparing to release their new album. In addition, you will still find them performing their electrifying gigs regularly. Don’t waste any more time, go and give them a listen, you’re bound to love it!

The Band Are

Jess Link (Vocals)

Paul Watts (Guitar)

Mark Christian (Bass)

George Spencer (Drums)

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