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Frustrated musician moonlighting as an I.T. geek seeks shithot likeminded acoustic musicians in the storming Irish trad/Bluegrass genres to turn the UK festival circuit on its head. Apply here..

Hurrah! Festival season is upon us.
I'm now ready for a summer of festival and musical debauchery.
Got the quality sound and picture recording portion of my life sorted out finally, the worlds best festival tent, a whole f*cktonne of enthusiasm and limitless alcohol.

Bring it on and maybe see some of you down the line (or in casualty getting our stomachs pumped) ^_^

All images submitted are copyright me. If for some strange reason you did want to use any of them please contact me and i'm sure we can work something out.

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Spiderbaby says:

I like these. I can't think why bottles need hats, I guess they'd make good egg cosies once the bottle didn't need them anymore. Who are they made by?

12th Dec 2008, 00:49

hildegard says:

They're made by people all over the country who send them to Innocent. Innocent then pop them on bottles sold in Sainsburys. For every bottle sold, Sainsbury & Innocent stump up 50p for Help the Aged. The campaign highlights fuel poverty among the elderly.

This is a gem;

12th Dec 2008, 01:27

hildegard says:

They make great egg cosies if you're careful with your size choice. :)

12th Dec 2008, 01:32

izzylou says:

very nice idea

12th Dec 2008, 05:21

Wendle says:

I'm off to sainsburys...

12th Dec 2008, 09:12

sslovetub says:

They also make great monkey hats, all will be revealed...

12th Dec 2008, 09:45

SLG says:

sorry but somehow this would not tempt me to buy!

12th Dec 2008, 12:45

hildegard says:

Why not, SLG? Seems a completely positive endeavour to me...

12th Dec 2008, 13:54

Spiderbaby says:

Ah. That sounds like a great idea :)

12th Dec 2008, 23:35

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