So I and we, the sweet baboo extended posse, have been pretty busy over the last couple of months. Thank you to everyone who came to see us on our tour, and all the people who helped us along the way. I think I’m allowed to say it was a total success and we, the band, didn’t fall out once.
Having said that, I start a weeks worth of solo gigs next Saturday, Full details below.
Due to a small counting error, there are a few tickets left for the London St Pancreas gig. You can get them here.
01 – Railway Institute and Club – Bangor *
02 – Looking Glass Cafe – Bristol (Tickets)
03- St Pancreas Old Church – London
04 – Toast – Falmouth (FREE) *
05 – The New Inn – Tywardreth (FREE) *
06 – The Taphouse – St. Agnus (FREE) *
07 – B Side Bunters – Truro (INFO) *
08 – Studio Bar – Penzance (FREE) *
We’re making a little road movie on the cornish part of the tour so please come and say hello.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances the gig in Totnes has had to be cancelled. We are hoping to reschedule in November as part of a bigger and louder tour. Fingers crossed.
On other news, due to popular demand Moshi Moshi have repressed the new album on limited edition coloured vinyl (as of yet I have no idea what colour ) . They will only be available at gigs I think, at least for the time being.
There’s a complete list of Festivals at the gigs page. We are gonna have a slightly bigger band over the summer and it should sound a bit like this. We hope to see you then.
This link has been removed cause it plays every time the page opens. To hear the band here’s the link
On non Sweet Baboo based news. Two records I helped make are available to buy here and here
Finally, Sweet Baboo produce and Bass player Rob Jones has a new record out under the name The Gene Dudley Group. It’s pretty dope and you can buy it here