More tunes from Ethan and Zak this month, with Erin joining in with a couple of songs. These
sessions have not been very popular with our young musicians, as it can be quite lonely in the back room, and so this will probably be our last outing in the Oxfam shop. Around 5 people stopped to listen.
Ethan and Zak played at Oxfam again this month, there weren't many people there - only around 5 people stopped to listen throughout the 45 minute set - but all of them had very positive things to say about the music and the organisation.
Ethan, Zak and Kate played music in Oxfam for this month's session. The performance lasted roughly 45 minutes with around 10-15 people stopping to listen.
Ben Houlton performed for us once again in Oxfam. He is a regular with City Youth Music and as usual, was excellent, each performance gets better and better. About 20 people passed through and listened.
Maxine Mallon played for us again in our monthly acoustic session in the Oxfam book and music shop. She played songs by Alex Clare, Prince and Gnarls Barkley. It was later in the afternoon, so there were not so many customers around, about 20 in total.
James Harrison performed 1 hour of music from a range of genres to appeal to all. There were about 20 people passing through.
James Harrison played a collection of early folk songs including; Famous Flower of Serving Men, Dalesman’s Litany and False Knight On The Road. 1 person performed and around 30 watched.
Paris, a young singer, and James Harrison, the youth worker, and his brother,
Andrew, performed outside of the Oxfam store for 1 hour 30. We put out a guitar case and raised £30 for South Sudan. Around 60 people went past
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