Touch the Earth Concert in Deal on 6th September - Pass it on!!
Touch the Earth - The Sacred Wheel
Touch the Earth perform their new album - The Sacred Wheel Tickets 7 in advance and 9 on the door
06 Sep 2008, 20:00 High St, Deal Town, London and South East CT14 6BB
Touch the Earth make music to touch the soul and free the spirit.
Beautiful ballads to wild dance with Native American flutes, didgeridoo, drums, fiddle and guitar.
Amazing sounds all weaving into the web of life.
To book your tickets simply contact:
Or Pete Maxey on 01953 887 940
One year in the making it is called 'The Sacred Wheel' and is a musical journey through the seasons. To get a taster of what to expect musically go to http://www.myspace.com/touchtheearth to hear samples from the album.
Touch the earth (www.touchtearth.co.uk)were formed 3 years ago and are based in Kent. They have played festivals in the UK and Europe, a recent concert was filmed for broadcast on the web based Holistic Channel : http://www.holisticchannel.org.uk/8.html
Lynn Gosney - Lead vocals, Native American Flute, Drums
Lee Hunt - Guitar, Vocals, Native American flute, Didge, Drums
Pete Maxey - Fiddle, Vocals, Drums
Gillian Hunt - Drums & more Drums
All band members play various instruments from the acoustic guitars, the fiddle and vocals, blended with the didgeridoo, Native American flutes and drums to bring music that touches the heart and frees the spirit.
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