Music from Glastonbury Town Online

I’ve hastily assembled some links to Glastonbury Town musicians for you, some of them were submitted by the artists, others are just my personal favourites. It’s by no means a comprehensive list and is generally reflective of my own musical taste, it’s also in no particular order. If you find something you like do search for more of their work, you are sure to find it, please support them by buying digital downloads when they are available. I’d love to know if you discover something new that you love on here. If you’ve got suggestions for more videos or bandcamp links to add to this list please get in touch!

Tim Hawthorn

Dragonsfly

Dora Darling

Ash the Destroyer – Poetry

Daygan Robinson

Nathan Lewis Williams & Caelia Lunniss

Kangaroo Moon

Dawn of Reality

Michael Law

Ushti Baba

Silver on the Tree

Declan Millar

Peter Longden

Matt Witt

Torbz


Meg Curl


James Rippingale

James Rippingale Classical Guitarist lives in Glastonbury and teaches Classical guitar from home via Skype or Zoom.


Shadow of the Tor

Anna Rogers  Shadow of the Tor have so many short films on their YouTube channel, all made in and around Glastonbury by our lovely locals!

Gemma Cartmell

Gemma Cartmell I’m a composer and piano teacher giving Skype lessons whilst we’re in lockdown. You can find me on my Facebook Page.


Julie Lovelock

My meditations / visualisations are now free to download from my website. 💜


Duncan Batey 

My new album Little Black Classics can be heard on all them there streaming services, including the YouTube, or at www.duncanbatey.co.uk where there are also links to reviews, and beautifully packaged olde worlde compacte disques may be ordered.


Mandy Woods & Carol McPaul


Lisa Goodwin – Bard


Pixi Morgan

Sadly Pixi is no longer with us, he’s much missed.


Gaz Austin


Tim Hawthorn, Jim Peters & Stevie P


John Cartwright & Jaki Whitren

John and Jaki played regularly in the Assembly Rooms when I first moved to Glastonbury, I miss them both very much.


Glastonbury Town Buskers Playlist from Normal For Glastonbury


Avalonian Free State Choir


Heathens All

This is a trip back in time for me – recorded on my 28th birthday in the Assembly Rooms! I miss those days. We all had more hair for a start…

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Again, apologies if I’ve left you out, especially to all my many musician friends! Putting this together has been rather emotional and nostalgic for me and if I don’t publish it now I will be adding to it for ever and no one will get to see it. I’ve had trouble deciding what links to put up for some people and have given up in frustration, so if you want to be listed please send me a link to your best recordings or videos.

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2 thoughts on “Music from Glastonbury Town Online”

    • Ummm, thanks Andrew. Another of your somewhat off piste comments. Not sure this track has any associations with Glastonbury? Also, it was about as far from my personal idea of music as you can get. Sorry.

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