september NEWS from the enid
WHERE WE HAVE GOT TO THIS YEAR
The Enid are not the best band on the planet - not even one of the best, but we are different from anything else out there.
LIVESTREAMS & DVD/BLU-RAY RECORDINGS
The Bijou Theatre concerts streamed earlier this year provided a lifeline for the band.
The DVD & Blu-ray recordings of those shows have finally arrived from the pressing plant and are being sent to all those who have been patiently waiting for it as we speak.
THE ENID ONLINE SHOP
All orders received before 12 noon are now being processed and posted the same day.
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This is the first time The Enid have headlined at HRH. I hope we did both them and our audience proud.
A NEW DAY FESTIVAL
Thanks for inviting us and making it such a good day for all concerned. Nice to see Arthur Brown and his wife chatting with RJG about old times.
LAST FESTIVAL OF THE YEAR FOR THE ENID
Summers End Festival, The Drill Hall, Chepstow Saturday, Oct 2nd – Tickets
The Enid round off the festival season as the headline act for this wonderful little festival on the Welsh borders.
THEATRE SHOWS IN NOVEMBER
NEW PRESSINGS OF U
The initial pressings of U sold out a while ago. Jason Ducker and Robert John Godfrey are putting the finishing touches to an updated version with drums and percussion played by Karl Thompson, our locally grown wunderkind drummer. Most composers make revisions of their work, and RJG is no exception.
Physical Formats: Stereo CD
Digital Downloads: MP3, FLAC, WAV @ 96K, 5.1
WINTER LIVE STREAMS
Livestreams from The Bijou Theatre start again in January.
THE NEXT STUDIO ALBUM FROM THE ENID
"SOON" is a tone poem based on the visionary dream which restarted RJG's life in 2006.
Alongside the music, a substantial artwork project is underway. When will it be finished? All we have now is the plan. We will need to wait patiently for the music to appear.
1) a young expressive guitarist to play alongside Jason Ducker in order to give authentic performances of the band’s early repertoire.
2) a serious pianist/composer between 25 and 35 with a classical background and a love for 19th early 20th century music to work alongside RJG in his remaining years. Misfits and the unconventional preferred. No Jazz.
The band could not function properly without the special support we get from The Enidi. Thanks to all those who made it to our party in August. We must do it again in the spring.
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