Garry Blakeley

www.garryblakeley.co.uk
www.beautifulbowsandviolins.com



SPECIAL EVENT:
BLAKELEY & SON IN CONCERT
THE MANOR BARN BEXHILL FRIDAY 14th JUNE

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Garry Blakeley has been involved with music since the age of seven. He studied the violin and piano through his school years eventually going on to college, Dartington College of Arts. He was a regular in folk clubs from as early as 1971 playing with The Mariners and The Telham Tinkers. He toured Europe often with the Celtic band, Brian Boru, has supported such artists as Christy Moore and Steeleye Span, has worked and recorded with the legendary Barry Dransfield and has recorded numerous albums which are available on this website. He is very comfortable with the folk rock genre having spent many years playing with Better Days and The Tabs and is now a member of the celebrated Feast of Fiddles where he is working with Phil BeerChris LesliePeter KnightTom LearyBrian McNeillIan CutlerHugh CrabtreeDave MattacksMartin Vincent and Dave Harding.

Blakeley & Son  -  The Long Way Home 
The locally renowned father and son duo have released their debut collaboration CD - a fiddle album ranging from pure traditional through to world and improvised jazz. Included are some exciting new fiddle tunes, by esteemed fiddler Garry Blakeley, and some all-new arrangements of classic traditional tracks arranged in the duo’s unique fashion. Their musical talents have combined to produce a top class, joyous album and, with some special guest appearances, create a listening experience that is very much a reflection of their live gigs. Blakeley & Son at their finest has finally arrived.
The album can be purchased from: click here  -  you can also listen to the first track of the album on this link. 



You can view various videos on the Music & CD's page !

HASTINGS ONLINE TIMES -  Garry's interview with Sean O' Shea - CLICK HERE




CD NOW AVAILABLE - The Wheel of the Year
Click this link for details and full CD collection - complete CD catalogue

Photo of Garry by Whitewheel Photography