In January 2012 I received an email from Lee Perry. My first thought was ‘surely not’, but it wasn’t – this was the other Lee Perry, not Scratch but Wolverhampton’s very own Peza.
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Got a busy busy summer of festival appearances coming up. My 2016 schedule actually kicked off in the desert of Nevada at Further Future on April 30th, the centrepiece of my US tour, and has since been followed-up back home with a main stage appearance at Liverpool’s Sound City, and an in the woods set at Lost Village in Lincolnshire. Festivals are a mainstay of what I do, and as these first 3 of the year illustrate, I’m fortunate to get some wonderful slots in some stunning spaces. Anyhow here’s the full list:
Festival season 2015 kicks off for me this Saturday in Lincolnshire at the fledgling Lost Village Festival. I’ve also had the final dates I’ve been waiting on, so can now announce the following festival appearances during the summer months:
Where am I?
In The Village.
What do you want?
Who are you?
The new No.2.
Who is No.1?
You are No.6.
The summer officially ended for me last Saturday with my final UK festival appearance of 2013 at Festival No.6, named after Patrick McGoohan’s character in the cult ’60s TV series ‘The Prisoner’, filmed largely in Portmeirion (aka ‘The Village’), the truly wondrous Italian fantasy creation of architect Clough Williams-Ellis, who designed and built it over a 50 year period (1925 and 1975).
The sun is shining and festival season 2013 is almost upon us. I’ve just finalised my schedule for the coming months, so hope to see you at one, or more, of the following: