|They're a record label, with lots of releases, they run a major festival every summer, they also run a studio and some clubs. The band 'Goldrush' are part of the setup, gigging only slightly less often than Bob Dylan (and sometimes sound a bit like him). Busy guys.|
|Liz on stage at Truck|
Mark on stage at Truck
|Pete on stage at Truck|
Alan and Trudy on stage at Truck
|Tim on stage at Truck|
the mystery 'other' person
who was on stage with us that day
(you may have to load this twice
to get it to work ... don't know why).
Here's what Paul Carrera said in his review for Nightshift:
Four words you won't see together are 'blue kite on tour', as this is their second, and last gig, they said, in nearly ten years. It's the first time I've seen them, so naturally I'm taken aback to find the cool quavering falsetto that weaves through their 'aleatoric' CD, that I've loved all this time, is not one of the band's two female members, but one Pete Lock; all silver shades and plaited hair, with his precious voice destined to be kept secret. It's a solid band though, with a family collective air about it, like The Mamas and Papas with a Ronnie Scott residency. Best song, 'Crossing Charlotte Street' has that deadpan Nico feel to it that is their special mark, and then they are ... gone.