The release of the new Dandelion Charm single 'Stephanie' is being marked with a special acoustic gig in one of the majestic domes of The Observatory, Herstmonceux, Hailsham BN27 1RN. Clare and John Fowler will be performing with Bob Burke and joined by Milton Hide who will open the evening.
The single 'Stephanie' provides the first taste of what Dandelion Charm's new material has in store for fans and will be released as a download on Monday 8th April 2019.
Dandelion Charm’s debut album ‘Tiny Drop’ was released in 2015. This was followed by a five-track EP ‘Riding The Flood’ in February 2018. A second full-length album 'Maybe Dreamers' is scheduled for release in late 2019.
Husband and wife team, Jim and Josie Tipler, simply write and perform songs about what they see around them and songs from their imagination. Sometimes personal, sometimes amusing, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes making a point - but always memorable, strong in melody and full of hooks. Storytellers, many of their songs are grounded in traditional English song, whilst others are rooted in other folk traditions, such as Appalachian, Klezmer and popular music.
Info about the venue
Access: The telescope domes are historic buildings and were designed for a specific purpose, some of the stairs are steep and they don’t have wheelchair access. Assistance dogs are welcome.
Location: The Observatory is situated on Wartling Road, about 2 miles from Herstmonceux, and 0.75 miles from Wartling. It is adjacent to the gardens and grounds of Herstmonceux Castle.
Finding it: The address is Wartling Road, Hurstmonceux, East Sussex, BN27 1RN, if using a SatNav please use Wartling Road not the postcode.
Parking: Lots of free parking, come to the staff car park at the rear of the building where we will be waiting to welcome you in.