Monthly Archives: October 2011

Some bad news and a little something from James McMurtry

There is nothing that sells blogs like bad news.. or so they say (or something like that). So the Ironbath has returned from his little blog vacation with news that Daytrotter has finally become monetarised. Which means that (soon) you’ll have … Continue reading

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New Releases: Josh Rouse & Sonia Leigh

Two more new releases from Cayamoans. Josh Rouse – The Long Vacations – Website Cayamo is such a crazy experience that it’s possible to not just discover a great artist you’ve never heard of but to end up having breakfast with … Continue reading

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New Releases: Indigo Girls & Will Hoge

There seems to be a cycle in music that results in a splurge* in new music around October. The Ironbath would like to think that it is caused by the gravitational pull of the moon which drops new music like leaves … Continue reading

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Top 5: Male performers for Cayamo

A little while back the Ironbath championed the cause of 5 female performers who would be great on Cayamo. Today features the top 5 potential male cayamoans, in no particular order:   The Tallest Man On Earth – Website We’re starting … Continue reading

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Don’t look a Gift Horse in the mouth

Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers are undoubtedly one of the most exciting live bands around. They really know how to put on a show and have a really entertaining stage shows. They’ll pull people up on stage to sing to … Continue reading

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English Folk VI: That’s all Folks

Well, the Ironbath’s virtual English Folk festival has drawn to a finale. And like all good festivals there are some outtake videos that there wasn’t room to show. Show of Hands with the Spooky Mens Chorale (an Australian male voice … Continue reading

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