Devils and Doxies debut CD released.

Well, here we go, our little project is now open to the world.

All the manufacturing has been done. We have all the CDs (boxes and boxes of them) and we’re dealing with the distribution ourselves.

You can buy them here on our website, or at any gig where we’re playing. If you know or recognise members of the band in the street they may have a supply; you never know, we might be that organised :-D

We recorded at Blue Moon studios who were brilliant. Mark Lee dealt with all our foibles and mistakes with patient professionalism, and it was a joy to watch his hands skip across the audio editing keyboard, managing the whole recording process. He has a great knowledge of the type of music and the instruments we play, which counts for a lot. Thankyou Mark, we couldn’t have done this without you.

More thanks to Jeremy Paul Carroll for mixing and mastering the tracks, so many tracks and instruments the mind boggles, and to Solly Mohamed and Adam Gajic for artwork and sleeve layout.

Oh, yeah, and there’s some music on there too!

Nine tracks of Greenman Rising, it’s real (no over-production) it’s basically us (ie. what you’ll hear from stage when it’s mixed right) and we hope you’ll like it.

Line-up announcement for Ragged Bear Festival 3, Oct 27th 2018

Ratcliffe Highway played on James Fagan's "Thank Goodness its Folk" radio show

“reminds me of kind a bit of a folky Joe Cocker, and I think you’ll know what I mean”

NOTE: James Fagan is a great folk musician and singer, often to be found playing and singing with Nancy Kerr (and with The James Brothers, Melrose Quartet, Glorystrokes). If you haven’t seen them then you are due a treat.

Check them out on Youtube, buy CDs, and remember, music is even better live!