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Another year, more fun .....

Posted: 2 January 2020

2020 ..... and still gigging! Lots of lovely return bookings and some new venues as well to keep the musical juices flowing.




Half-way through 2018

Posted: 5 August 2018

Into August Now .... extra gigs still coming in, 52 to date. We are so lucky to have so many venues that like what we do. 


Posted: 26 December 2017

Another busy year .... we continue to get invited to play at some lovely venues, new to us and some regulat old favourites. Looking back over the last seven gig diaries we have played all over the place! Gigs for 2018 are coming in steadily.




Keystone in 2016 .......

Posted: 1 January 2016

2015 was another busy year for us - 80 gigs in pubs, folk clubs and at festivals, restaurants, beer/music festivals and our debut singing at a wedding.

We appeared on Coronation Street singing one of Pam's songs and as a result of that got 'supporting artist' work in a BBC film and 'voice-overs' for a advertisement.

2016 looks set to be equally as busy as last year. We hope to record another CD.

Our thanks to everyone who supports us - we really value your friendship and encouragement - see you 'further down the road'.


Posted: 10 May 2015

This year just keeps getting better and better ...... starting off with support gigs for Red Dirt Skinners and Ewan McLennan, our 3rd appearance at BAMfest and in August in concert with Edwina Hayes, Iain Matthews and The Acoustic Strawbs.

2014 draws to a close .....

Posted: 5 December 2014

As Keystone looks forward to 2015 with many gigs already booked, including support for Red Dirt Skinners and Ewan MacLennan I'm looking back over the past years .... Pam and I have played some lovely venues - cafes, micro-breweries, folk clubs and outdoor festivals. The pubs we play really enjoy acoustic music. We continue to meet lots of great people and meet up with many old friends at return gigs. Next year will be our third appearance at BAMfest in Bedale with new festivals to look forward to as well. I'll be celebrating my 60th birthday in May but see no reason to slow down! In fact I'm likely to be busier than ever!

To see Keystone's name in Tykes News, Folk Roundabout and Stirrings gives me great pleasure and reading the reviews of 'Blah, Blah, Blah' - our CD of Pam's original songs fills me with pride.


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