The Gentlemen depart tomorrow morning for the Festival de Jazz de Almodovar in Almodovar, Portugal. Allow us to share a few more photos with you from our time in England. But, first a word for the British peoples…
Dear British peoples: You have welcomed The Gentlemen with open arms, open ears, and seasoned livers. For this we shall be eternally grateful. We intend to repay your kindness and good cheer with repeated visits to your fine land. A special thank you to everyone who put on TMGB shows, housed us, bought us drinks, and showed us a fine time. You know who you are! Thanks!
And now, more photos…
The Gentlemen holding hands at the Folk on the Pier festival. May 10th in Cromer, Norfolk.
(Photo by Jon Grace-Cox)
The Councilman’s shadow in Liverpool.
(Photo by Maesecouogne)
The Gents at View 2 Gallery in Liverpool, across the street from the site of the famed Cavern club, and directly adjacent to the slightly less famous John Lennon Pizzeria. Special thanks to Sidney Bailey’s No Good Punchin’ Clowns (an incarnation of Blue Demon) for bringing the good stuff (great tunes, well-dressed ladies, and hair-product tips) to the show. I loves you boys.
(Photo by Jim Fallows)
Warming up backstage at The Barbican in London before the Ralph Stanley show. It was a bit peculiar to have a backstage dressing room since our performance took place in the theater lobby. But, we made the most of it by eating food, warming up, meeting Ralph Stanley (who declared it “OK” that my banjo only has 4-strings), and styling my hair….
Andy Bean endorses Murrays Superior Hair Dressing Pomade.
The Councilman puts on his evening wear for a final drink at the hotel bar, London.
Andy Bean did NOT drink all these drinks. The glasses were already on the table. I promise.
Farewell, England! We’ll miss you.
Yours most graciously,
for The Two Man Gentlemen Band