tangerinetrees99 plays another gig!

Unless you’ve been reading this blog for a couple of years, you might be unaware that, on top of being a music fan, I’m actually an aspiring musician myself. So, about a month ago, I was lucky enough to be able to play a short set at a fairly well-known pub in my city! I performed a Bowie cover (‘Quicksand’) and a Courtney Barnett cover (‘Kim’s Caravan’), the latter being a duet with my guitar teacher. It was such an amazing experience – a few people even came up to me afterwards to tell me how much they enjoyed it! – and it was easily among the most thrilling and enjoyable things I’ve done. Anyway, here are a couple of clips from the gig…

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11 thoughts on “tangerinetrees99 plays another gig!

  1. Good job! That’s a lovely guitar you have. Keep it up 🙂

    That room looks a lot like the stage in a local coffee shop in my neck of the woods! My goal is to perform a set at the open mic night there by the end of the summer. You have inspired me to follow through!

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    • Thank you so much – I really appreciate your compliments!! I’d been working at ‘Quicksand’ really hard cos I wanted it to be my way of paying proper public tribute to David, so I’m so glad you liked it! I’d also never played (proper – I’ve messed around with tunings and ‘No Expectations’ before) slide guitar until a few weeks before the gig, so I’m pleased that I can now perform it properly… I definitely will keep it up! 🙂


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